Anti-Microbial Range Incorporates A Silver Complex Additive To Inhibit Bacteria

Despite being a Urea Moulding Powder being mature product, it has been around for more than 90 years, BIP continue to develop sales into new markets

by David Baker | Sunday 24 July 2016

Having recently established sales into the Russian and Belarussian sanitary markets, we believe it is an opportune moment to announce that we have developed a range of materials called AMX.

This is an anti-microbial range incorporating a silver complex additive, which is capable of inhibiting such bacteria as:

Acinetobacter Bumanii , Bacillus subtilis, Candida albicans, Enterococcus faecalis, E coli, Klebsielloa pneomoniae, Salmomella cholerasius, Salmonella ententidis,, Serratia marcesens, Staphyllococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes

There has been much publicity about numerous additives capable of imparting anti-microbial properties. This has resulted in the launch of many new products and materials, which unlike urea moulding material do not have the same built-in property and therefore need the addition of additives. These products even include new grades of urea moulding powder.

However as standard urea has similar benefits, why launch these new materials? There are many marketing benefits from announcing new materials, which highlight particular properties and abilities that are currently receiving publicity

BIP’s approach is that for those customers who wish to market products with antimicrobial properties, we are happy to not only offer products based upon silver, or indeed any of the many other antibacterial and antimicrobial additives, but also to continue to extol, amplify and publicise the properties and virtues of the long available standard grades of BIP’s amino moulding powders.

Our strategy is clear “ Tell us what you want and we can supply it”


David Baker
BIP (Oldbury) Ltd
+44 121 543 2030

Sunday 24 July 2016 / file under Construction