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HealthGuard AMIC gets EPA approval

Recently, HealthGuard received United States (US) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approval for its market leading nonheavy metal base anti-microbial treatment, HeathGuard AMIC.

HeathGuard AMIC gets EPA approval
Figure: HealthGuard AMIC EPA approval allows for treated article export to the US, boasting over 70 approved site applications.

Earlir this year, Fineotex Chemical Limited had entered into a joint venture with HealthGuard® Australia to become the exclusive global marketing and sales Channel Partner with joint operations from Malaysia.

Basically, HG AMIC is a product effective against odour and stain causing bacteria to be used in the manufacturing processes, and incorporated into materials during the manufacturing process to the final manufactured products.

It conquers the growth of algae, mould, mildew, fungi, and bacteria that cause unpleasant odours, discoloration, staining, deterioration, or corrosion.

With this EPA approval, it is the right time to respond to countless market request by opening doors to the US market with premium HG AMIC, which has been successfully commercialized globally for over 25 years to none safety record.

HealthGuard AMIC EPA approval allows for treated article export to the US, boasting over 70 approved site applications.

Arindam Choudhuri, Chief Executive Officer, Fineotex Chemical Limited said, “After countless market requests, we are excited to open our doors to the US market with premium HealthGuard AMIC, which has been successfully commercialised globally for over 25 years. With such a wide range of applications, HG AMIC has to be one of the most versatile products in the anti-microbial market today.

On the other hand, the EPA’s approval enables us to expand our global outreach and responding the demand with 70 approved site applications instilling confidence among users for our product, he added.

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