Immobilized Antimicrobial Agents

Immobilized Antimicrobial Agents technology is a new class of antimicrobial protection technologies that, when polymerized to a surface, provide prolonged protection against damaging microbes such as bacteria, mold, mildew and fungi. This technology takes remediation one step further and helps in reaching higher levels of hygiene.  IAMAs make a durable and long-lasting bond to most surfaces, both porous and non-porous and textiles.

IAMAs molecules are made up of several sections. One end of the molecule forms a strong bond to the surface it is applied on or into.  The surface can be either porous or non-porous.
The other end of the molecule forms a microscopic bed of nails that stand straight up from the surface. This nano bed of nails disrupts the microbe's membrane resulting in its demise.   All of this takes place without the use of heavy metals poisons. Because Microbiostatic Antimicrobial Coating’s methodology mechanically disrupts the membrane of the microbe, no microbial resistance"superbugs" are ever created from the treatment.

The IAMAS technology is entirely unique to all other antimicrobial products. This is a nano surface protectant that inhibits microbial growth on all applied surfaces.