Antimicrobial Treatments

Mechanical Process

Brytalife antimicrobial treatments function by penetrating and terminally destroying the delicate cell membrane of bacterial and fungal organisms. This is effectively achieved by mechanically setting a series of molecular "road spikes" on a surface, which attract and destroy pathogens through a process known as lysis.

The pathogen cell is drawn onto the molecular spike through simple magnetic attraction and ruptures the cell wall. As the cell wall is unable to control its own hydrostatic pressure, this results in both immediate and terminal disintegration of the cell.

Bonding Proof

This video demonstrates the simple process of applying the Lock and Bond treatment onto any fabric. A blue dye is introduced into the solution to highlight the bonding effect.

It can be applied to textiles by spray, pad bath or exhaust methods. The solution is invisible when applied, and will not impact or change the hand, color or appearance of the textile.

Powerful bacterial, fungal, mould, mildew and odour protection

The active ingredient in Brytalife has been tested, and shown to be highly effective in deactivating more than 50 different types of microorganisms or pathogens

Long term "lock and bond" durability

 

Brytalife locks and bonds to the surfaces on which it is applied. Durability of the bond is demonstrated by a 99. 7% reduction in bacteria, after 50 industrial wash/ dry cycles.

Easy application

Brytalife can be applied by pad bath, micro spray, exhaust application or by master batch. A three minute coating validation test is available to confirm coating density and distribution.

A clear point of marketing difference

Brytalife is not a product, but a technology platform for global brands, delivering a clear point of competitive marketing differentiation in chosen markets. The Brytalife brand says it all!

Non-leaching and non-depleting

Unlike conventional biocides, Brytalife does not leach from the surface on which it has been applied. It does not deplete in efficacy or contribute to microbial resistance.

Continuous
microbial protection

 

Brytalife is not consumed by the disinfection process therefore it continues to protect and defend the surface on which it is applied. Its mode of action is mechanical lysis,

Environmental safety & sustainability

In final life Brytalife breaks down to form harmless nitrogen, carbon, oxygen and sand. It will not bio accumulate or persist in the environment.