Vizient contracted supplier Antimicrobial Agion Coated Stainless Steel Casework

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Reduce Infections with Antimicrobial Agion Coated Stainless Steel Casework

When you work in healthcare, whether it’s in a hospital, clinic, laboratory, sterile core, pharmacy, or morgue, every decision about how to spend your funds affects your ability to provide the best services for your patients. Also, with the increased attention given to preventing Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) each department is looking for ways to maintain the best cleanliness standards possible. Stainless Steel Casework with Antimicrobial Agion Coating is a cost-effective built-in furniture alternative that will aid in reducing the spread of harmful contaminates that cause infections. We provide Antimicrobial Agion Coated Stainless Steel Casework to all types of healthcare facilities. (view images of Stainless Steel Casework)

Stainless Steel Casework is Easy to Clean and Designed to Last

healthcare facility using modular stainless steel casework on medassets ms02790Stainless Steel Casework will help maintain the best hygiene standards possible because it is non-porous. This means that germs, viruses, and bacteria cannot seep into the casework. The casework can also stand up to being sanitized frequently and doesn’t retain moisture. In addition, the casework can be reconfigured and relocated any time you need to make a change. Over time Stainless Steel Casework won’t fall out of favor in your healthcare setting because it is designed to last. Click here to learn more about stainless steel furniture for clean rooms.

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What is Antimicrobial Agion and How is It Applied?

Agion is a silver impregnated compound in paint that is used as an antimicrobial finish to prevent the spread of bacteria and germs. Before the development of antibiotics, silver was used in drugs to keep wounds from getting infected. Today, there are many strains of bacteria (like MRSA) that are resistant to antibiotics, so we’re back to using silver to help prevent against bacterial growth. Agion coated surfaces are safe for humans but deadly for bacteria and mold. Stainless Steel Casework treated with Antimicrobial Agion keep protecting against microbes year after year. Agion paint isn’t a substitute for sanitizing, but it can be a fantastic second level of defense.

The Agion coating is applied by electro-static spraying of charged resin particles onto steel casework components. After the components are sprayed, the casework is assembled using rivet construction similar to the process used in the airplane industry. Rivet construction provides flexibility to change components while ensuring all edges are coated with paint. The Agion paint is then baked on so that it bonds directly to the metal.

Antimicrobial Agion Coated Stainless Steel Casework Limits Off Gassingantimicrobial agion coated stainless steel casework medassets MS02790

Particularly nasty VOCs like formaldehyde are commonly used in a variety of casework finishes. These substances are considered carcinogenic and can also cause acute symptoms such as headaches, nausea, and breathing difficulty in sensitive individuals. Antimicrobial Agion Stainless Steel Casework limits off gassing of VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) to keep your building’s indoor air quality high. That’s especially important in medical facilities and long-term health care facilities where patients with breathing problems need the cleanest air possible.

Contact Us for Antimicrobial Agion Coated Stainless Steel Casework

We offer design, planning, and installation services for Antimicrobial Agion Coated Stainless Steel Casework to all types of healthcare facilities on Vizient contract CE2900. Contact us at 1-800-803-1083 or send us a message for more information or to have one of our experienced specialists survey your needs.


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