Kusaba Engineers introduces state of the art Wall Coverings from M/s Rohde KG. Germany. The Wall Coverings are made out of Natural Quartz with Nano technology silver based paint.
Hygienic & Sterile Wall Coating is ideal for Operation Theater (OT), ICU & Clean Rooms. this is anti bacterial & anti fungal anti viral.
We introduce special wall covering system from Rohde KG for clean room and sterile environment. The system comprises of special Primer coating, textile wall coverings and special wall paints. Salient feature of the system is it’s total inertness towards bacterial, fungal and viral growth. In fact, Finish which is based on nano-technology, consists of silver-ionized-paint, which destroys bacterial and other infectious organisms by protein starvation. The surface is inert to various cleansing agents normally used in Pharmaceutical and hospital environment. It has been extensively tested and certified.
Because of it’s inertness, it is very easy to clean and results in lesser consumption of detergent which is an environmental hazard.
This system is already widely used in the stringent European environment and has been used in hospitals, pharmaceutical industries and establishments working in Biological Warfare Research. A detailed specification and test results are available on request.
The inherent strength of the Wall Covering gives a smooth; crack free surface that is warm to touch and textured finish, which soothes the eyes apart from Being Hygenic.
With ease of applicability on various sub-stratas such as walls, partitions and false ceiling, it gives ideal uniform finish both in residential and office buildings. With variety of colors available, the Wall Covering is an ideal solution for all types of interior walls coverings. Salient feature of these Wall Coverings are strong wear resistant properties.
Glass being an inert material, it does not support propagations of bacterial and fungal growth.
We are also proud to be associated with the prominent Green Certified Corporate building of Vestas (NEG Micon) and Grundfos, probably the first operational Green Certified buildings in India.