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Global Anti-Microbial Coatings Industry
Date:5/16/2012

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1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Outlook II-1

A Peek Into What's In-store for the Future II-1

Microbial Growth & Contamination: A Clear & Present Danger II-1

The Battle Against Microbes Continues II-2

The Environmentally Aware Consumer Base II-3

Indoor Air Quality: A Prime Issue II-3

Indoor Air Pollution: Moves Up the Anxiety Chart II-3

A Peek Into the Gravity of the Problem II-4

Role of Anti-Microbial Coatings in Elevating Sick Building

Syndrome II-4

Plagued by Microbes: Put On the Coat II-5

Silver to the Rescue II-5

Mold Remediation Offers a Banquet of Opportunities for Anti-

Microbial Coatings II-5

Anti-Microbial Coatings in Air Handling Systems: Scoring in

Style II-6

Ductworks: A Common Target for Microbes II-6

The New Era of Bioremedial Construction II-7

Tightening of Regulatory Handcuffs: A Mixed Bag of

Opportunity & Challenges II-7

An Insight into the Standards Set up by ASHRAE for IAQ

Producers II-8

Dire Need to Curb Hospital Acquired Infections Gets the

Adrenalin Flowing II-8

Wound Care Market Illuminated by the Creative Incandescence

of AMC II-9

A Case Study On the Efficiency of Anti-Microbial Coatings II-9

Proliferation of Microbes Studied Under the Experiment II-10

Table 1: Findings On the Counts of E. Coli Present on the

Samples During Inoculation & After 24 Hours (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10

 

Table 2: Findings On the Counts of Listeria Present on the

Samples During Inoculation & After 24 Hours (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10

 

Table 3: Findings On the Counts of Pseudomonas Present on

the Samples During Inoculation & At Various Time Intervals

After Inoculation - 3, 6, 24 & 48 Hours (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart)
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