Anti-microbial trunking

Marshall-Tufflex

Marshall-Tufflex has released a product brochure on its anti-microbial trunking systems.

It outlines the main reasons for considering an anti-microbial system when designing or installing PVC-u cable-management systems for hospitals, nursing and care homes, medical units, surgeries schools and, even, sports centres.

A silver-based agent mixed into the PVC-u is proven to be 99.9% effective against a number of harmful bacteria — including MRSA, salmonella and E-Coli.

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