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Detroit Science Center Becomes Germ Free on WXYZ Detroit


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Surface Antimicrobial System on WXYZ-TV ABC Detroit


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ESPN – Outside the Lines – MRSA The Invisible Threat


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Quantum Services Of Michigan Gets The Antimicrobial Treatment


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Metro Detroit Medical Facility Adds Precautions to Minimize Presence of H1N1 and Harmful Bacteria in High-Touch Areas

Performance Orthopedics, a state-of-the-art physical therapy center in Bingham Farms, Michigan and Coating Specialists today announced the installation of the Surface Antimicrobial System (SAS) will transform 4,000 square feet of high-touch areas throughout the facility into surfaces that work non-stop to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria for up to three years. Additionally, the comprehensive system is effective against H1N1 Flu Virus, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), and many other illness-causing microbial contaminants.

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University of Notre Dame “RecSports” Delivers Leading Edge Bacteria Fighting Technology for Students

The University of Notre Dame and Coating Specialists, the nation’s leading provider of antimicrobial products and services, today announced the university’s Bengal Bouts recreational boxing program has treated its equipment with SurfaceAide 1000. The leading-edge, bacteria-fighting product creates an environmentally friendly and non-toxic antimicrobial coating on surfaces and equipment that works non-stop for one year to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, fungi, and mold. Additionally, Bengal Bouts equipment was treated with SurfaceClean, a cleaner disinfectant that is effective against H1N1 Flu Virus, MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and 99.9% of germs and bacteria.

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New York’s Goshow Architects Will Feature SurfaceAide Technology in New Healthy Design Office

Goshow Architects, the New York based firm founded on the belief that architects have a social responsibility to design healthy and sustainable environments, is showcasing the Surface Antimicrobial System in its newly renovated Manhattan office.

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U.S. Army’s Fort Richardson Incorporates Proactive Solution to Bacteria

Coating Specialists and the United States Army’s Fort Richardson in Alaska today announced the installation’s sports and fitness center will be treated with the SurfaceAide XL. SurfaceAide XL
gives Fort Richardson the ability to transform high volume touch points like aerobic mats and weight training equipment into surfaces that proactively fight the growth of harmful bacteria 24/7 for up to 90 days.

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Michigan Movie Theatre is America’s First to Integrate Leading Edge Bacteria-Fighting Technology

Coating Specialists today announced Michigan’s Emagine Theatre has become the first movie theatre in America to use the SurfaceAide XL to proactively and continuously minimize the presence of bacteria, germs, and several other microbial contaminants. Applied to theatre seats, restrooms, concessions, and public benches at Emagine’s Canton and Novi locations, SurfaceAide XL creates an antimicrobial barrier on surfaces that inhibits the growth of bacteria, mold and fungi for up 90 days on surfaces.

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Clovis Unified fights back against bacterial outbreaks in sports programs with first of its kind district-wide use of antimicrobial product

Clovis Unified is on a campaign to wipe out a potential threat to student athletes that can hide on athletic mats and equipment: illness-causing microbial contaminants such as MRSA, staph and ringworm. The District is the first K-12 public school system in the nation to apply a long-lasting antimicrobial treatment to its wrestling mats, fitness equipment and weight equipment in an effort to avoid common and often serious skin infections among student athletes.

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