Sinomax Chooses Microban Antimicrobial Technology for Hospital Mattress Protection

June 10, 2020

​ Microban® International, the global leader in antimicrobial and odor control and prevention solutions, announced its partnership with Sinomax USA, Inc., leading manufacturer and distributor of polyurethane comfort products, specializing in memory foam. Sinomax recently launched its 4-Inch Wave Support Memory Foam Antimicrobial Mattress Topper with Walmart, and recently began producing medical-grade foam mattresses for hospitals. Both new offerings provide the reliable antimicrobial product protection of Microban’s ZPTECH® technology.

Microban ZPTECH is a dual-action antimicrobial that reduces the growth of the bacteria and fungi that cause the deterioration and unpleasant odor in a textile or foam. While reducing 99.9% of the growth of odor-causing bacteria, ZPTECH also lengthens the life of the product.

Microban continues to work to revolutionize product performance with protection that lives on. Its portfolio of textile-specific solutions also includes AEGIS® and SilverShield® for antimicrobial product protection, and Scenty and Scentry Revive for odor control. As part of its commitment to sustainable manufacturing processes Microban products are bluesign® and Oeko-Tex® approved. For more information, please visit www.Microban.com.

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