About

Coating Specialists, L.L.C. is one of the world’s largest providers of safe, affordable and long-lasting antimicrobial products that are easily applied to any surface or fabric. Water-based, non-toxic antimicrobial products are used to minimize the presence of harmful microbial contaminants in a variety of industries, such as health care, sports, education, hospitality, education and military.
Our antimicrobial products have a long history of successful use on virtually any high-touch surface or fabric imaginable. Coating Specialists products have been used to create antimicrobial barriers everywhere from the dugouts of Yankee Stadium to the napping mats at hundreds of pre-schools across America. Coating Specialists counts the U.S. Military, New York Yankees and University of Notre Dame among its thousands of satisfied customers. To date its antimicrobial products and services have been applied to over 50 million square feet of surfaces and millions of pounds of laundry.
Coating Specialists evolved from a small commercial coatings company to a global provider of safe, affordable and long lasting antimicrobial products after its working relationship with the National Football League triggered a demand for a coating that would combat the growth of bacteria, mold and fungi on surfaces ranging from synthetic turf to weight room equipment. Its research and development team created a family of antimicrobial products that inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, mold, and fungi for months before another application is needed. The unique treatments were the first of their kind to be specifically designed for use on specific substrates, such as washable fabrics and synthetic turf systems. Today the family of antimicrobial products includes: SurfaceAide® XL (for general surfaces), FabricAide® (for washable fabrics) and TurfD® (for synthetic turf systems).
Using the unique family of antimicrobial products, Coating Specialists created a comprehensive process called the Surface Antimicrobial System™ or SAS. The system grabbed headlines in May 2006, when it was called upon to combat rising concerns about staph and MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) in the sports community. Since then it has been incorporated into health care facilities, entertainment venues and a multitude of schools, hotels and homes across America.