THE GOLDSHIELD FORMULA

How the Goldshield Technology works

According to Goldshield Technologies, through a variety of domestic and international regulatory testing protocols, the products have been shown to possess unique characteristics.

Goldshield 5 & 75

The Goldshield products "possess a surface penetrating compound that provides better coverage and thus better efficacy, 1A, there is the “silane base.” This is the compound that anchors and triggers the covalent bonding functionality which allows Goldshield 5 and 75 to adhere to surfaces and textiles and remain durable for up to 90 days. Goldshield’s 5 and 75 resultant durability means Goldshield is not fugitive, i.e., does not leach or become mobile. Goldshield actually becomes part of the surface to which it is applied.

In nature, many microbes are negatively charged. The “nitrogen” molecule, in Goldshield, is positively charged therefore, the nitrogen molecules in Goldshield “attract” the negatively charged microbes toward them until contact.

Another part of Goldshield is a long carbon chain that releases an ionic charge that disrupts the microbe’s cell membrane upon contact mechanically inactivating the microbe. At the same time, the quaternary compound component of Goldshield denatures the microbe’s proteins."

 
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Why Electrostatic Spray?

We, use Electrostatic Spray for the best coverage. Electrostatic Spray delivers charged droplets that are actively attracted to surfaces, including the backsides and crevices of surfaces regardless of the direction of spray for complete wrap-around disinfection coverage. The design and benefits of Electrostatic Spray work directly with Goldshield’s engineered patented formula, which has surface penetrating advantages for complete and effective coverage. The small porous and fissure-like crevices, where Biofilm continues to dwell, are no match for these two technologies together.


Misters and fogging systems deliver very small droplets that passively deposit on surfaces based on the direction of spray and the effect of gravity, which may result in uneven coverage.