Henry Wurst, Inc. Incorporates BioLam Film Laminate in Product Portfolio
Press release from the issuing company
Kansas City, MO (February 8, 2007) – A new germ preventative thermal film laminate, BioLam is now featured at Henry Wurst, Inc. Its antimicrobial surface reduces and controls the growth of bacteria on laminated print documents.
With cold and flu season in full swing, BioLam film will help prevent the spread of bacteria, mold, mildew, fungi, and damaging microbes. The antimicrobial laminate is perfect for frequently handled items, such as menus, book covers, charts, counter mats, and other printed documents. Markets such as restaurants, hospitals, day care centers and schools can benefit greatly from this offering.
BioLam film incorporates the natural protection of Silver. Silver is a powerful antimicrobial ion that attacks microbes to prevent them from growing to a destructive population. This surface protection will not wash off or wear down, even after repeated use.
“We are excited by the prospect of bringing an offering to our customers that can immediately impact their ability to better serve the public. It allows Henry Wurst, Inc. to expand an already robust print marketing solutions portfolio even further," says Amy Wurst, Vice President and Director of National Accounts.
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