DocuFense Anti-microbial paper unveiled
Paper repels nonpathogenic bacteria and helps prevent the spread of bacteria via documents.
Jun 9th, 2014
ROANOKE, Virginia--Burris Computer Forms has announced DocuFense Anti-microbial paper. The paper repels nonpathogenic bacteria and helps prevent the spread of bacteria via documents. This anti-microbial paper provides antibacterial and antifungal protection in environments where proactive health measures are paramount. Burris DocuFense is intended for use in hospitals, clinics, doctor offices, dental offices, long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, and food service settings. The multipurpose paper has been treated with Biomaster silver ion technology to protect the paper against nonpathogenic bacteria. The Biomaster range has been successfully tested against 50 common organisms such as MRSA, E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Pseudomonas, and Aspergillus Niger. Burris DocuFense paper is available in two forms: - DocuFense 8½-inch x 11-inch recycled paper, 92 bright, standard - DocuFense 8½-inch x 11-inch recycled paper, 92 bright, five-hole punch top According to Biomaster, the supplier of the EPA-registered anti-microbial silver technology used in the paper, “Silver is an element found naturally in the environment and has long been regarded as a versatile anti-microbial agent … when bacteria come into contact with a Biomaster protected surface, silver ion technology prevents them from growing producing energy and replicating; so they die.”Burris DocuFense™ Bacteria Resistance * The U.K. based Biomaster company stated that its paper treatment is effective in fighting health care associated infection. * Burris DocuFense paper repels bacteria and helps prevent the spread of micro-organisms via documents in restaurants, food service facilities, schools, and health-care environments. For more information, visit www.pcforms.com. To comment on this product, go to http://community.pennwelldentalgroup.com.