While Polser’s AMB paneling is only recommended for use on walls and ceilings, it also has a positive effect on the hygiene of other items in the room as well, even those without a treated surface. Because AMB is so effective at killing pathogens on contact, there are fewer active pathogens nearby in both the air and on the floor. Pathogens move between surfaces and also to the air, where they can settle on another surface. It’s just a fact of life.
Walls and ceilings can be a prime breeding ground for pathogens, but Polser’s AMB technology removes this sizable surface from the equation, preventing a source of logarithmic growth. A growth that, left unchecked, would spread and contaminate these other surfaces.
AMB’s carbon nano-needle technology also uses a positive charge to draw in pathogens, including from the nearby air. This effectively acts as a type of air filter for a room. Floors are exposed to fewer pathogens from this increased sanitation as a secondary effect. Walls alone can have a significant hygiene impact, as shown in the closed system test figures below.