How does Siqura work?

SIQURA combines two common substances that we use on a daily basis to prevent bacteria and fungal growth on surfaces.  The active ingredient in SIQURA is an antimicrobial derived from coconut oil that is grafted onto a molecular adhesive.  It's this adhesive that keeps the antimicrobial in place, helping to protect surfaces for much longer periods of time.

SIQURA is a liquid that can be applied to most dry surfaces by either directly spraying the surface, or applying it in the form of foam.  Allowing it to dry after application will coat the surface with a microscopic protective layer for continuous antimicrobial protection.

After applying SIQURA, it remains active; physically bonding to create a long-term, durable self-sanitising surface from 24 hours up until 30 days! Most surface antimicrobials are only effective for five minutes or less, leaving surfaces exposed to immediate recontamination.​ 

After applying SIQURA, it remains active; physically bonding to create a long-term, durable self-sanitising surface from 24 hours up until 30 days! Most surface antimicrobials are only effective for five minutes or less, leaving surfaces exposed to immediate recontamination.​ 

 

HOW IT KILLS THE GERMS

JUST LIKE POPPING A BALLOON!

The antimicrobial component of SIQURA is like a tiny electrical spear.  When a microbe comes in to contact with the spear, a very small electrical interaction occurs.  Unlike some antimicrobials that poison the microbe, it's this electrical interaction that kills the microbe, rather like a pin popping a balloon.  No poison, no alcohol, just a simple electrical charge that remains on the surface, keeping it protected for longer. 

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