(Jacksonville, Fl) – Ordinary gloves may protect your hands, but they don’t kill germs until GloDea made it happen with the launch of Antimicrobial plus with d2p technology.
Antimicrobial gloves with d2p technology protect your hands and kill mold, bacteria, yeast, algae, mildew, and fungi on contact. The d2p technology gives these gloves a germ-killing power integrated within the material that doesn’t wear off.
These gloves will keep hands clean and protect against the growth of over 50 pathogens.
Ordinary gloves used in food and medical services and other industries are susceptible to fungal and microbial colonization. The d2p in the gloves is a proprietary process to integrate antimicrobial into the gloves. The active ingredient in d2p is registered with the US Environmental Protection Agency for a variety of uses as an antimicrobial additive in plastic materials, including those that encounter food and drinking water. d2p has been successfully tested against a wide range of microorganisms including MRSA, E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Pseudomonas, Candida, Corynebacterium, Klebsiella, etc.
The d2p technology is safe for its intended use. The d2p remains active for the full life of the glove.
d2p is integrated into the material during the manufacturing process. It works by penetrating the microorganisms’ cells, stopping the microorganisms from multiplying, and kills them by stopping the proton pumps. Once this occurs, the microorganism breaks down and ceases to function.
These antimicrobial gloves have been scientifically tested and proven to kill various pathogens that come in contact with the gloves, which prevents microbial contamination. These tests were conducted by three independent ISO certified laboratories. In these tests, there was a 99.99999% minimum reduction against S. aureus, a 99.99999% minimum reduction against E.coli, no mold growth after 28-day exposure to a mixture of fungi, and no algal growth after 21-day exposure to algae.
Along with food production, processing preparation and service, and medical industries, these gloves are suitable for all general purposes for non-sterile applications, including (subject to country regulations), veterinary environments, clinics, dentists, tattoo parlors, nail salons, or anywhere germs can be spread on contact.
According to the commercial team behind the antimicrobial d2p technology, historically, there has been little or no innovation in this market sector. The team recognized that there was an opportunity in the market for this type of glove and tasked the technical team of experts to produce a quality product leading to antimicrobial glove plus solution.
These disposable gloves are available in high-density polyethylene plastic (HDPE), nitrile, and vinyl. They are powder-free, latex-free, allergy-free, and come in sizes S, M, L, and XL.
A full line of caps, gowns, shoe covers, masks, etc are on the near horizon.
GloDea is a company known for working with innovators across the globe. GloDea is a Jacksonville, Florida-based company that empowers independent designers and inventors to bring their creations and unique products to fruition and into the marketplace.
GloDea has exclusivity in North America and South America for Antimicrobial Plus. The company says these gloves will be seen in restaurants, retail stores, doctors and dentist offices across the country and for people to use in their homes as the best solution available to protect against mold, fungi, algae, bacteria, and other pathogens.