Anti-Microbial allows for a Healthier Community & and many more benefits!!

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Published on November 13, 2013

Author: ChrisBeckman

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Anti-Microbial is easily applied between unit turns. Resulting in a healthier tenant, which leads to a working tenant.
Also can be applied in your Fitness Room, Offices, around the pool area which extends the life of the concrete and eliminates wet surfaces (less slip and fall) and mold.

Anti-Microbial For the Health of your Community Multi-Family 2014 Email: Chris.Beckman@WilkinsSolutions.com / Skype: c.beckman1 LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chris-beckman/3b/799/907/ Twitter: @SeeBeckman HTTP://www.WilkinsSolutions.com HTTP://www.facebook.com/WilkinsSolutionsTennessee Chris Beckman Nashville, TN / (615) 669-FIT1 (3481) “Tennessee based Sales, Service and Accountability”

Providing Affordable, Environmentally Safe, “GREEN”, Non-Toxic Antimicrobial Smart Coatings and Long-Lasting Hand & Clothing Sanitation Options Leading Edge Preventative Germ & Bacteria Solutions for: Multi-Family Housing

Topic Agenda Affiliations & Resources Infection Prevention (4 Layers) Layer by Layer Recomendations Surface Options Detail Long Term Durability and Ancillary Benefits How the Products are Applied & Tested More Resources

Affiliations & Resources Surface Recontamination Shield (SRS) Certifier Healing Hands are Clean Hands A Quiet Battle S.I.C.K. Team

It’s Delivery System NEW Technology Enables this Anti-Microbial to be applied via a Electro Static System that is TRULY Remarkable NANO Technology Mark Shaw ‘s Demonstration at TED Forum in Long Beach CA February 2013 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pn0J05v1Jzk WARNING: This Video my inspire thoughts of the multitude of ways this product can be used…

4 Infection Prevention Layers 1. 2. 3. 4. Hand Sanitization / Continuous Protection Clothing Disinfection / Protection Surface Cleaning / Disinfection Surface Continuous Protection o Antifouling and anti-adhesive coatings o Zwitterionic polymer biomimetic surfaces o Antimicrobial coatings and surface technologies

CLEANING PROTOCOLS • Antimicrobials are designed to enhance cleaning protocols not replace them. • The technology allows for protection between cleanings. • Environmentally safe providing a ―GREEN‖ application and removing the need for chemical cleaning. (soap and water) • Cost effective, reduces the need to buy expensive chemicals and decreased cleaning time for staff (as much as 66%).

Hand Sanitization / Protection

Why not Alcohol Based?

Hand Sanitization / Protection • Seek an Alcohol-free sanitizer safe for your hands and effective in providing you, employees, and customers proactive security from germs that can make you sick. • Look for one that when applied creates a hydrogen bond to skin cells where applied. This bond locks the protection to the skin cell until its natural shed period of 24-60 hours is reached. (or until the skin cells have been shed through excessive hand washings. i.e. 10 washings)

Hand Sanitization / Protection

Not all Non-Alcohol based sanitizers are the same… The Active Ingredient in many other Non-Alcohol based sanitizers is Triclosan which is rated as a level 7 high hazard in the Safety Database Triclosan has been shown to accumulate biosolids in the environment, one of the top seven organic contaminants in waste water according to the National Toxicology Program. Triclosan leads to various problems with natural biological systems. Triclosan, when combined with chlorine e.g. from tap water, produces dioxins, a probable carcinogen in humans. Triclosan is currently under review by the FDA due to possible health hazards.

Why switch? • In today's world, its about cost effective protection, to keep everyone healthy. With budgets deciding how many employees it takes to perform a job, being healthy and able to work is more important then ever. The health risks that face educational staff is greater then ever. • This is the most cutting edge technology in personal health protection….be it in a school, a fitness gym, an office, anywhere. 1. NON-TOXIC if swallowed, does not require poison control reporting. 2. NON-FLAMMABLE does not pose a safety risk 3. LONGEST LASTING sanitizer on the market 4. NON-DRYING of the skin, promotes healthy skin care 5. MOST COST EFFECTIVE alternative available

4 Infection Prevention Layers 1. 2. 3. 4. Hand Sanitization / Continuous Protection Clothing Disinfection / Protection Surface Cleaning / Disinfection Surface Continuous Protection o Antifouling and anti-adhesive coatings o Zwitterionic polymer biomimetic surfaces o Antimicrobial coatings and surface technologies

Clothing Disinfection/Protection • Similar technology can be easily applied through the wash, as a side benefit it continually and proactively prevents odor, staining and deterioration. • Application must be done separately from normal washing. Do not mix with regular detergent or bleach. New model washing machines have the capacity to integrate solutions. • Invisible, hypoallergenic and non-toxic antimicrobial coating on fabrics that laundry detergents just can’t offer. • Will not create adaptive organisms or “super bugs”.

Small Sample of Protection List Organisms: Bacillus sp (vegetative cell), Corynebacterium diptheriae, Micrococcus lutea, Micrococcus sp., Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Mycobacterium smegmatis, Propionbacterium acnes, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Streptococcus faecalis, Streptococcus mutans, Streptococcus pneumonia, Streptococcus pyogenes, Acinetobacter calcoaceticus, Aeromanas hydrophilia, Citrobacter deversus, Citrobacterfreundi, Enterobacter aerogenes, Enterobacter aglomerans, Enterbacter cloacae, Enterococcus, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella oxytoca, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Klebsiella terrienca, Legionella pneumophila, Mrganella morganii, Proteus mirabilis, Proteus vulgaris, Pseudomanas aeruginosa. Germs: Pseudomonas fluorscens, Salmonella cholera suis, Salmonella typhimurium, Serratia liguifaciens, Serratia marcescens, Xanthomonas campestris. Viruses: Adenovirus Type II & IV, Bovine Adenovirus Type I & IV, Feline pneumonitis, Herpes Simplex Type I. Herpes Simplex Type II, HIV-1 (AIDS), Influenza A2 (Aichi), Influenza A2 (Asian), Influenza B, Mumps, Parinfluenza (Sendai), Rous Sarcoma, reovirus Type I, Dimian Virus, Vaccinia.

Clothing Disinfection/Protection • Creates an environmentally-friendly, non-toxic and hypoallergenic antimicrobial barrier on fabrics. • Continually fights the growth of fabric bacteria, fungi and mold on washable fabrics. • High-performance, non-leaching antimicrobial characteristics allow for proactive and constant prevention of odor, staining, and deterioration. • One application lasts 90 days. • Invisible and odorless, should not affect the appearance of fabrics

4 Infection Prevention Layers 1. 2. 3. 4. Hand Sanitization / Continuous Protection Clothing Disinfection / Protection Surface Cleaning / Disinfection Surface Continuous Protection o Antifouling and anti-adhesive coatings o Zwitterionic polymer biomimetic surfaces o Antimicrobial coatings and surface technologies

Surface Cleaning / Disinfection Should be used prior to the application of long-lasting antimicrobial products. Use a hospital-grade cleaner disinfectant that kills at least 99.9999% of germs and bacteria on surfaces. Pre-cleaning enhances the effectiveness of antimicrobial coatings by properly preparing surfaces for antimicrobial treatment. • • • • OSHA blood borne pathogen standard for HIV, HBV and HCV. Tuberculocidal Virucidal Mildewstat / Fungicidal It is also recommended for regular maintenance cleaning.

Surface Cleaning / Disinfection • Disinfectant cleaner, at a minimum, should be effective against these commonly known illness-causing microorganisms across three categories: 1. Antibiotic-Resistant Bactericidal Activity 2. Bactericidal Activity 3. Virucidal Activity

Surface Cleaning / Disinfection Antibiotic-Resistant Bactericidal Activity: Community Associated Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA) (NRS 123) Genotype USA 400 (NRS384) Genotype USA 300, Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), (ATCC 33593), Vancomycin resistant Enterococcus faecalis (VRE), (ATCC 51575), Vancomycin intermediate resistant Staphylococcus aureus (VISA), (CDC Isolate 99287), Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus epidermidis (MRSE), (ATCC 51625) Bactericidal Activity: Staphylococcus aureus, (ATCC 6538), Pseudomonas aeruginosa, (ATCC 15442), Salmonella choleraesuis, (ATCC 10708), Escherichia coli, (ATCC 11229), Escherichia coli O157:H7, (ATCC 43895), Listeria monocytogenes, (ATCC 35152), Salmonella typhi, (ATCC 6539), Streptococcus pyogenes (Necrotizing Fasciitis-Group A) (V.A. Medical Center Isolate 04001), Yersinia enterocolitica, (ATCC 23715), Enterococcus francium, (ATCC 6569), Corynebacterium ammoniagenes, (ATCC 6871) Virucidal Activity: Avian Influenza A Virus (H3N2), (Avian Reassortant) (ATCC VR-2072), Avian Influenza Virus Type A (Turkey/WIS/66), (H9N2), SARS Associated Corona virus (ZeptoMetrix), Paramyxovirus (Mumps) (ATCC VR-1438), Hepatitis A Virus (HAV), Rhinovirus Type 39 (ATCC VR-340), Rotavirus

Disinfectants are Temporary! Surface Recontamination can occur immediately after a thorough cleaning. Some Disinfectants even is the residual kill time of What require a “dwell time” to disinfectants? most reach the log reduction advertised.

4 Infection Prevention Layers 1. 2. 3. 4. Hand Sanitization / Continuous Protection Clothing Disinfection / Protection Surface Cleaning / Disinfection Surface Continuous Protection o Antifouling and anti-adhesive coatings o Zwitterionic polymer biomimetic surfaces o Antimicrobial coatings and surface technologies

Surface Continuous Protection • Historical Evolution o Antifouling and anti-adhesive coatings o Zwitterionic polymer biomimetic surfaces (both positive & negative charged molecules) o Antimicrobial coatings and surface technologies

DID YOU KNOW? Americans touch an average of 300 infected surfaces every 30 minutes. One cell of staph can multiply into 17 million in just 48 hours. A Study conducted at the University of Arizona found that the most germ-infected objects were: 1. Cell phones 2. Desktops 3. Water fountain handles 4. Computer keyboards 5. Computer mice

Common practices for reducing the exposure to pathogens on surfaces? • “Perceived Cleanliness” • Spot Cleaning when visible fluid or dirt appears • Temporarily Disinfecting the surfaces based on protocol What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants? Toxic Shields – frequently reapplied •

4 Infection Prevention Layers 1. 2. 3. 4. Hand Sanitization / Continuous Protection Clothing Disinfection / Protection Surface Cleaning / Disinfection Surface Continuous Protection o Antifouling and anti-adhesive coatings o Zwitterionic polymer biomimetic surfaces o Antimicrobial coatings and surface technologies

Antifouling and anti-adhesive surface coatings • • • • Poly(ethylene glycol) coatings (PEG) Self-Assembled Monolayer (SAM) Diamond-like carbon (DLC) films Easy clean surfaces • • Pilkington Active <10 degrees contact angle Pilkington Hydrotech >130 degrees contact angle • BUT: It merely moves them elsewhere, where they will have to be dealt with by other microbicidal techniques.

Zwitterionic polymer biomimetic surfaces • Mimic properties found in the lipid bilayers of biological membranes • Zwitterionic surfaces are biocompatible and non-thrombogenic discouraging adhesion of cells, both mammalian and microbial • BUT: Still do not fully address the problem of microbial contamination as they have no antimicrobial functionality.

Antimicrobial coatings and surface technologies The 6 core technologies are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Microbicide-releasing surfaces Silver and silver-containing surfaces Copper and copper alloy surfaces Bacteriophage-modified surfaces Polycationic antimicrobial surfaces Light Activated Antimicrobial Agents (LAAAs)

1. Microbicide-releasing surfaces • The most well known is Microban • Microban incorporates Triclosan (chlorodichlorophenoxy-phenol) a broad spectrum phenolic antimicrobial. • BUT: It is only active against Bacteria, not virus, spores, or Volitile Organic Compounds (VOCs). It is toxic in aquatic systems and is an endocrine disruptor. Most concerning is that it degrades to Dioxin which is extremely hazardous to man.

2. Silver and silver-containing surfaces • To date, few organisms have developed resistance towards the silver ion as an antimicrobial. • BUT besides ―expense‖ there are a couple of drawbacks: 1. They are non-permanent (leaching), relying on diffusible antimicrobials to which microbes can develop resistance. 2. Possible Ag ion cytotoxicity towards mammalian cells

3. Copper and copper alloy surfaces • Brass is less effective than pure copper but still exhibits antimicrobial activity • Alloys have improved aesthetic and mechanical properties and may be more suited to real world applications • Door plates, handles and other surfaces could employ copper alloys, but it’s a relatively expensive solution

4. Bacteriophage-modified surfaces • Bacteriophages are viruses that infect prokaryotic cells. • Phages usually target individual species of bacteria, bind to their surface, inject their genetic material and replicate within the bacterial host. • BUT they are not practical in general settings where specific targets may not be few enough and viruses, spores etc. are not addressed at all. Also of concern is Phage resistant strains.

5. Polyatomic Antimicrobial Surfaces • Polyethyleneimines (PEIs) • A positively charged moiety is required—this keeps the hydrophobic chains separated and erect from the surface, and also electrostatically attracts microbes, due to the net negative charge on their surface. • BUT, their mechanical stability and longevity have not been described and it is still yet to be seen how well they might respond to the rigors of use and indeed cleaning in a clinical setting.

6. Light Activated Antimicrobial Agents (LAAAs) • Photosensitiser (PDT Refinement) • PDT is a form of indirect phototherapy, in which light is used as a means of activating the curative agent. • Titanium Dioxide Photocatalysis • • • • (Effective with UV or visible spectrum though doping. eg. With Nitrogen or Tungsten oxide) Shown to be benign to the environment and humans, animals, birds, and aquatic systems. (No Toxicity) Highest binding, permanent, unless removed through abrasion Active against: Bacteria, Viruses, Spores (i.e. mold, mildew), VOCs and odors!

WSE Available Alternatives Manufacturers Applicators • • • • Silver: Agion Triclosan : Microban Quanternary Ammonium: Aegis Photocatalyst: EcoActive What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants? • Bio Protect • Coating Specialist • SRS (OxiTitan)

Antimicrobial Surface Coatings Comparison Coating Class Surface Photocatalyst Quaternary Ammonium Silver Triclosan Active Component(s) Mode of Action Effective Against: Bacteria Viruses Zinc, Titanium Dioxide Contact Photo-Oxidation Ammonium Chloride Silver Ions Phenoxy Phenols (PCPP) Contact Dilute Chloride Salts Leaching Heavy Metal in H2O Leaching Poison Active Bactericide Active Virucide Spores VOCs Odors Toxicity Risks To: Humans Animals & Birds Aquatic Systems Active Sporicide All All Bacteriostatic Ineffective Against Nonenveloped Viruses Fungistatic No Bacterial only No No No High Toxicity to Skin and Eyes High Toxicity to Skin and Eyes High Toxic, Zero Discharge Allowed Environmental Fate Risk None 5-Year Degradation Time Resistant Bacteria Promotion No No UV Damage Protection 95% No Metal Corrosion Protection Yes Corrosive Hydrophilic Self-Cleaning Yes No Application Method Water based spray Spray Treatable Surfaces All Substrates and Textiles Hard Surface or Textile New or Existing Durability Very High Binding Removed by Surfactants (Detergents or Soap) Service Interval 6 mo. - 3 Years 1-3 months unless cleaned Regulatory Guidance US EPA FIFRA 25B US EPA FIFRA Minimum Risk Pesticide Registered Exempt From Registration Bactericide Virucide Bactericide No Sporicide No Bacterial Only No No Bacterial Only Bio-Accumulative Bio-Accumulative Highly Toxic, Bio-Accumulative Very High Yes No No No Epoxy Paint Paintable Endocrine Disruptor Endocrine Disruptor Toxic Incorporated Incorporated at Manufacture Repaint US EPA Registered Currently Restricted for Review Item Replacement US EPA Registered Under Regulatory Review EU banned Degrades to Dioxin Yes No No No Incorporated at Manufacture Incorporated at Manufacture

The best combinative surface solution available Surface Recontamination Shield (SRS) A Professionally applied antimicrobial smart coating for continuous protection against bacteria, viruses, mold and fungi for a cleaner, healthier environment. What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants? This coating is an energetic trap for microbes and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) at a molecular level, completing their destruction through photocatalytic oxidation (PCO).

US Independent Lab Testing The tests were designed to determine the efficacy of the antimicrobial coatings in the most adverse conditions by giving the bacteria the optimal growth environment. ALL LAB TESTS USED ONLY TYPICAL ARTIFICIAL ROOM LIGHTING. The presence of natural light or greater artificial lighting will increase the efficacy of the coating in bacterial, virus and VOC reduction. What is the residual kill time of Tests by leading US laboratories show strong, persistent and protective most disinfectants? cleaning power in real world conditions: 98% reduction of deadly VRE bacteria in 15 minutes; prolonged virus reduction of 89% over 24 hours and strong reductions of MRSA and Staph; 91% reduction of C. difficile spores over 24 hours and 99% reduction of hydrogen sulfide over 24 hours.

SRS’s Multiple Attributes • Antimicrobial---Continuously kill all microbes contacting the surface • Superhydrophilic---Clean the surface continuously • 95% UV Protection---Protects any surface from sun damage What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants? • Anti-Corrosive---Protect metals against corrosion • VOC Elimination---Destroys Pollutants and Odors • Lowest Comprehensive Cost - Economically Effective

Antimicrobial SRS deactivates ALL dangerous microbes and restrains proliferation by damaging their components through radical oxidation. This broad spectrum photo-mineralization of pathogens is continuous and permanent. Does not cause resistant strains of microbes becauseWhat is the residual kill time of its killing mechanism is strictly oxidative, not disinfectants? most enzymic or antibiotic. Antimicrobial coatings are protectants not disinfectants…they work in between cleanings.

SRS is Superhydrophilic What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants?

Self-Cleaning What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants?

SRS’s UV Protection • The damaging rays of Ultraviolet (UV) light cause billions of dollars of damage to paints, plastics and textiles exposed What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants? to sunlight. • The SRS works as sunscreen on surfaces

Oxy-Titan is Anti-Corrosive What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants?

VOC & Odor Reduction  SRS removes odors and breaks down dangerous VOCs and pollutants in the air.  This safe, persistent cleansing of the air occurs using both natural sunlight and, most importantly, visible light indoors.?

SRS….How long will it last?  The coating can only be removed by taking part of the substrate off through high friction polishing or abrasions.  One treatment will last up to 1 year. What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants? surface is dry the  Once the coating becomes one with the substrate and cannot be removed without removing the substrate

SRS….How to prove the product is still working PCO™ Verification Ink • A quick and easy visible quality check! • Safe, water soluble, reaction dye • The ink will changeWhat is the minutes or less in a few residual kill time of from blue to pink most disinfectants? • Color change is proof that the SRS is protecting the surface, killing bacteria and viruses and breaking down VOCs (the odor reduction is self evident)

Messaging for your facility… Display the SAFE STAMP in your facilities to instantly communicate that additional precautions have been taken to ensure a healthy environment. What is the residual kill time of most disinfectants?

How the SRS is applied Original Sphere Electrostatics OFF Electrostatics ON  Professional Electrostatic Spray System  Ensures efficacy of coverage  70 Times more coverage than conventional What is the residual kill time of sprayers. most disinfectants?  Treated surface dries in less than 30 seconds  40 Times greater than the force of gravity

Click pictures to view Videos Training and Assisted Living Facility Project Example Electrostatic Spraying Diamond Building Electrostatic Spraying What is Electrostatic Spraying?

Application Methods Self Application: 800 sq/ft per gallon. HVLP Application: 1200-1500 sq/ft per gallon ESS Application: 3300-3600 sq/ft per gallon Due to the droplet size each application process administers, the amount of coverage has considerable cost variance and volume of product use.

Comparative Cost for ESS Protection • Triclosan (MicroBan) – EU Banned and under Regulatory Review in the U.S. • Silver (Agion, HeiQ) > $1.50/sq. ft. (plus application fee) • Quaternary Ammonium (Aegis, and 45 other registrants) Highly Toxic to skin and eyes and all aquatic systems [zero discharge allowed] > 2 cents/sq. ft. (plus application fee) • Surface Photocatalyst (EcoActive and several private labels) < 5 cents/sq. ft. (plus application fee)

How we do a Project • Determine the IC needs including persons surfaces and areas to be treated. • Assess hand, clothing and surface usage. What is the residual kill time of • Measure SQFT of most disinfectants? footprint, walls, equipment, counters, desks, and other surfaces.

More Information on Selecting Antimicrobials: Household Cleaning - University of Nebraska- Lincoln Selecting an Appropriate Sanitizer or Disinfectant National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education Cleaning Up Antimicrobial Hand Soaps - Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Disinfection and Remediation Guidelines for Pools and Spas - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Healthy Swimming - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Cleaning, Sanitizing, and Disinfecting in Child Care Settings - National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education

Surfaces and antimicrobial surface coatings in the epidemiology of HAIs *Hospital Acquired Infections - HAIs)

1. Hospital Grade Cleansing/Disinfectant 2. Non-Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizer/Protectant 3. Disinfection/Antimicrobial Clothing Protection 4. Continuous Antimicrobial Surface Protection Solution Analysis & Design Negotiation & Procurement Service Installation Accountability For More INFORMATION in how OXYTITAN can be of benefit to your Community Chris.Beckman@WilkinsSolutions.com / 888-460-4050 / www.wilkinssolutions.com

Chris.Beckman@WilkinsSolutions.com 615-669-3481 www.wilkinssolutions.com www.facebook/WilkinsSolutionsTennessee 59 59

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