PureShield Inc. is presenting an investment opportunity to acquire an innovative technology in the antimicrobial industry. PureShield is seeking additional partners to assure PureShield attains a leadership position in the antimicrobial products industry. To achieve this vision, additional financial and business resources are necessary.
PureShield is the owner of four EPA registrations for a highly unique antimicrobial technology. Product Sales produce GM % of 70%. The technology utilized is completely dissimilar to that found in other conventional antimicrobial products now available for use in the market place.
Distinctively Unique Technology
The technology employed by PureShield products is entirely unique to all other antimicrobial products and disinfectants. PureShield products mode of action is to remain “bound” to the applied surface. They work as a surface protectant, inhibiting microbial growth on the applied surface without the use of poisons or heavy metals. The concept is analogous to how ScotchGard® protects fabrics from dirt and moisture or Clear Coat protects today’s car paint from environmental damage. Our surface protectants shield surfaces from microbial activity. Due to the products being bound surface protectants, the benefits are never depleted, thereby providing long-term residual protection. All other antimicrobial/disinfectant products currently available employ an “unbound” leaching technology, meaning that they are not bound to the applied surface and therefore the benefits of the product diminish over time. In addition, the EPA allows it to be applied to almost any porous and non-porous substrates.
Products / Services
Antimicrobial surface protection/textiles
PureShield’s products offer a simple solution for a complex problem and have been tested extensively for many years and by the EPA with no known health concerns. The products are effective at eliminating a wide array of microbes by modifying a surface substrate through an environmentally-benign surface finish. Microbes will not colonize on treated surfaces without the use of poisons or heavy metals by disrupting the membrane of a microbe.