Case Study of BACTOSTAT® Application

An ATP test indicates inner surface of a (PP) plastic cup without using
BACTOSTAT® bacteria repellent solution having RLU in 1,370 (=1,370,000CFU/ml) after using 7days
Issues without BACTOSTAT® bacteria-repellent-solution
  • Microbes potentially absorbing and colonizing onto outside and inside surface of the product
  • User may have high risk getting infection of digestive tract
  • Drinks may be potentially contaminated
  • Mold would easily grow on inside and outside surface of the product

BACTOSTAT bacteria repellent solution having RLU in 178 (=178,000CFU/ml)
Benefits with BACTOSTAT® bacteria-repellent-solution
  • Bacteria Repellent
  • Reduce risk of cross infection in use
  • Reduce risk of drinks contamination
  • Reduce risk of stomach upset and disease to users
  • Biocides free
  • Metals particles free
  • Nanoparticles free
  • Food contact safe
  • No leaching

  References :

 Wikipedia : ATP is a molecule found in and around living cells, and as such it gives a direct measure of biological concentration and health. ATP is quantified by measuring the light produced through its reaction with the naturally occurring firefly enzyme luciferase using a luminometer. The amount of light produced is directly proportional to the amount of ATP present in the sample.

Wikipedia : RLU may refer to: Rectified linear unit, a neuron activation function used in neural networks, usually referred to as an ReLU. Relative light unit, a unit for measuring cleanliness by measuring the levels of Adenosine Triphosphate.