Why Use Anti-Bacterial ACP Sheets?


Why Use Anti-Bacterial ACP Sheets?

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It is needless to mention that we spend most of our time outdoors than indoors, where we come in contact with bacteria, germs, and microbes that cannot be seen with naked eyes. Microbes multiply themselves every 20 minutes and this can be responsible for the development of stains, unpleasant odors, illness and affects the durability and hygiene of a product.

While we spend most of our time outdoors and when we return home, those bacterias and germs are also unknowingly welcomed in the house. There are some bacteria and fungi with which we come in contact every day which can potentially infect us with various diseases like skin infection, food poisoning, throat infection, pneumonia, etc. This is even more harmful to those who have a weak immunity system, have diabetes, renal or heart disease, pregnant women, and children.

So is there any way to keep the bacteria at bay?

Yes, at Viva, we have introduced anti-bacterial/anti-microbial ACP sheets in our product range. It is a giant step by us which we have taken intending to provide relief to people by offering them a permanent solution to keep their indoors free from bacteria. Viva’s anti-microbial/anti-bacterial ACP sheets repel the microbes, kills them on contact or close to the surface by releasing a biocide. Our anti-bacterial ACPs are ideal for interiors that are prone to bacteria and microbes like Hospitals and Healthcare centers, Gym, Kitchen, etc.

Viva, being one of the leading ACP manufacturers in India, our products are ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and CE certified. We are also known for using Lead-free paint certified by the IGBC which poses no threat to the environment. Our in-house finished product testing labs ensure the highest quality & precise specification.

With our 18 years of experience in the industry, we have been able to rank as one of the best ACP manufacturers in India. We also have an excellent network of distributors and dealers across India, South East Asia, Middle East, and Africa.