Antimicrobial Agion Stainless Steel Casework Medical Facilities in Baltimore
Stainless Steel Casework helps maintain cleanliness standards because it is non-porous, which means moisture and and bacteria cannot penetrate into the furniture work surfaces. Also, Stainless Steel Casework can withstand frequent sanitization. Adding Antimicrobial Agion Coated paint to Stainless Steel Casework further reduces the spread of bacteria on the cabinets and work surfaces. We provide Stainless Steel Casework to medical facilities and surgical suites in Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington Metropolitan Area, and throughout the state of Maryland.
Reduce Bacteria and Germs with Antimicrobial Agion Coated Paint
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 cabinets treated with antimicrobial Agion products keep protecting against microbes year after year. Agion paint isn’t a substitute for sanitizing casework cabinets and work surfaces, but it’s a good backup system.
Agion Coated Cabinets Limits Off Gassing
Agion powder coating is applied by electro-static spraying of charged resin particles onto a steel cabinet components. After the cabinet components are sprayed, the cabinet is assembled using rivet construction similar to the process used in the airplane industry. Rivet construction provides flexibility to change cabinet components while ensuring all edges are coated with paint. The Agion paint is then baked onto the cabinet so the Agion powder coating bonds directly to the cabinet’s metal. Electro-static Antimicrobial Agion Stainless Steel Casework limits off gassing of VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) keeping your building’s indoor air quality high. Particularly nasty VOCs like formaldehyde are commonly used in a variety of casework furniture finishes. These substances are considered carcinogenic and can also cause acute symptoms such as headaches, nausea, and breathing difficulty in sensitive individuals. That’s especially important in medical facilities and long-term health care facilities where patients with breathing problems need the cleanest air possible.
Designing and Installing Stainless Steel Casework in Baltimore
We offer design, planning, and installation services for morgues, labs, and medical facilities in Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington DC, and throughout the state of Maryland. Contact us at 1-800-803-1083 or send us a message for more information or to have one of our experienced Stainless Steel Casework specialists survey your needs.