Sirius Technologies launches COVID-19 killer certified to last a minimum of 28-days on taxi surfaces


A UK company, Sirius Technologies, based in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne has launched a new concentrated antibacterial product range: StereX multi-stage disinfectant and BioBarrier system.


The system claims to work in synergy to offer long-lasting protection against 99.999% contact-transmission bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19, tested to BS EN 14476:2013+A22019.  

StereX Multi-Surface BioBarrier works hand-in-hand with StereX Multi-Surface Sanitiser and StereX Water-Based Toilet Disinfectant, ensuring a range of hard and soft surfaces are offered BioBarrier protection for a minimum period of 3 months when implemented into a normal cleaning regime.


Mark Childs, Director said: “We have been making cleaning solutions for a number of

years, but the new formula we obtained is a groundbreaking solution to the problems that have affected us and our children, during this COVID-19 Pandemic.”

These products are water soluble, chlorine free and non-toxic, and aimed for public transport like buses, taxis and private hire. They can be used on upholstery, floors, buttons, handles and rails as well as applied to air conditioning units to filter viral microbes and eliminate the spread of bacteria with an impenetrable bio-barrier. With each purchase, stickers are provided to be displayed in vehicles to ensure customer peace of mind.

Available for domestic and commercial use, SterexBioBarrier is applied in a fine mist on surfaces and can also be used to fully disinfect air conditioning units.

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