Copper Component Suppliers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The PDF link above provides a listing of component manufacturers supplying standard products made from antimicrobial copper.  The categories of components include:

  • Countertops

  • Door and Cabinet hardware

  • Railings and Grab Bars

  • Push Plates

  • Sinks and Fixtures

  • Plumbing Fixtures

  • Electrical Switch Plates and Outlets

  • Computer Accessories-mice, keyboards

  • Physical Fitness Equipment

You may need a specialty component that is not listed above.  Contact Us (cu.microbes@gmail.com) and describe what you are looking for.  We will work with you to find a manufacturer that could help meet your needs.

 

The antimicrobial copper alloy surfaces of the above components have been shown to kill bacteria.*  A directory of equipment manufacturers offering finished products made from EPA-registered antimicrobial copper alloys can be downloaded.

Patient Transfer Stretcher: 

In addition to those manufacturer listed in the of directory, Pedigo, a medical equipment manufacturer offers The Guardian Series 7500 Patient Transfer Stretcher, with side rails made of antimicrobial copper. The side rails alone are also available for retrofitting.  For more information, go to the link below or phone 800-822-3510

 

https://pedigo-usa.com/products/stretchers/7500-series-stretchers/guardian/

 Antimicrobial Copper Touch Surfaces for Building Projects U.S. Product Directory

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The Antimicrobial Copper Action Network - Location is in the United States, and serving the Globe:

Contact us at:  cu.microbes@gmail.com

*EPA required statement:  Laboratory testing shows that, when cleaned regularly, antimicrobial copper surfaces kill greater than 99.9% of the following bacteria within 2 hours of exposure: MRSA, VRE, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterobacter aerogenes, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and E. coli O157:H7. Antimicrobial copper surfaces are a supplement to and not a substitute for standard infection control practices and have been shown to reduce microbial contamination, but do not necessarily prevent cross contamination or infections; users must continue to follow all current infection control practices.

 

All EPA related statements on this website apply to the U.S. market and audiences only.​ 

For locations outside of the U.S., local regulatory guidelines should be consulted and followed.