BAMB® is a new generation ” Antimicrobial surface protector ” that is environmentally friendly with its innovative technology and unique features, and effective, water-based structure.
It “physically” destroys all kinds of viruses and bacteria, including the hospital microbe, the disease-causing microorganism.
It prevents the formation of mold, fungus and algae.
BAMB® can be applied to almost any surface such as textile products, ceramics, glass, wood, plastic, concrete. It provides effective and long-term antimicrobial protection on the applied surfaces..
BAMB® is an “Antimicrobial surface protector” product which has been proved by tests carried out by independent laboratories and licensed by the Ministry of Health.
Silane ground (trimethoxylil) is the mainstay of BAMB®. It forms permanent covalent bonds on any surface such as glass, textile, wood, ceramics.
The second part of the molecule in the center is positively charged nitrogen. The cell membranes of microbes are negatively charged. This section absorbs and destroys microbes.
The third part is the long molecular chain that works like a sword. Compiles and fragments cell membranes of microbes.
It is possible to easily test the presence of BAMB®Antimicrobial Surface Protector on the applied surface with Bromofenol Blue Test Method (BTM 01-07242009) in a few minutes. Bromophenol Blue Test Method (BTM 01-07242009)
MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR TEST:
Container or glass for bromophenol blue 0.1% 50- 150 ml. in liquid volume.
Dilute bromophenol blue in a 1 to 10 ratio. Put the material you will test into the test container and pour the diluted bromophenol blue in the amount that will cover the material. Leave for 10-20 minutes. Then remove the test material and rinse with plenty of water.
The quaternary ammonium contained in the BAMB® solution fixes the stain left by the bromophenol blue to the material with its functionality and does not come out in rinses with water. Depending on whether the stain is dark or light blue, the validity of the application can be determined.