FAQs

How does the AEGIS Microbe Shield® technology work?
What is the purpose of the silane portion of the molecule?
Are the AEGIS Microbe Shield products quaternary compounds?
What is the difference between the AEGIS Microbe Shield products and other antimicrobials?
Against what types of bacteria is the AEGIS Microbe Shield technology effective?
Will this technology adversely affect the skin or environment?
What biocide is used?
Does the biocide use a heavy metal?
Do the AEGIS products give off gases after application?
How is the treatment applied?
How long does the treatment last?
Is there a test method to determine if the AEGIS polymer is present?
What tests show that the growth of bacteria has been prevented?
Why are the AEGIS antimicrobial products so durable?
Will its use result in 'super bacteria'?
Does ÆGIS Antimicrobial give off gases during or after application?
Is ÆGIS Antimicrobial permeable to moisture?
How long will the treatment last?
Is there regrowth after treatment?
What should the moisture content of walls be when preparing to apply treatment?
Will ÆGIS Antimicrobial affect the cooling capacity of AC coils?
What preparation is necessary for treating AHU's and coils?
What is the difference between ÆGIS and other antimicrobials?
How does the chemical work?
Do the applicators receive any special kind of training?
What preparation is necessary prior to applying the treatment?
What does the application process entail?
Are there any safety concerns after application is complete?
How does ÆGIS Antimicrobial react with Oriental Rugs?
How does ÆGIS Antimicrobial react to carpet cleaning agents?
How does ÆGIS antimicrobial react to commercial and residential carpets?
How should a contaminated surface be treated?
Should heating coils be treated with ÆGIS Antimicrobial?
Is there a test method to determine if ÆGIS Antimicrobial is present?