Dateline: October 8, 2012… Shelby, NC
Contact Name: Jonathan Dunagin
Contact Phone: (800) 766-9057
Contact Fax: (704) 487-0877
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Contact Web: http://www.cleanac.com
Shelby, NC – Controlled Release Technologies, an HVAC and IAQ maintenance product manufacturer, is celebrating ten years of selling BioFlex. The EPA-registered coating was originally developed in 2002, and began production that October.
BioFlex was created to inhibit the future growth of mold on interior surfaces of homes and buildings. As many building owners are not covered by mold insurance, easily-applied BioFlex offers a solution to protect property from mold’s damaging effects.
“BioFlex stops the growth of mold on interior walls and other surfaces,” said Lynn Burkhart, President of Controlled Release Technologies. “Microbes cannot migrate through BioFlex offering a new level of protection for the consumer.”
EPA-registered BioFlex integrates both effective microbial control and other high tech features, providing a product designed to meet the requirements of business and residential areas, health facilities, and today’s air-quality conscious consumer.
Mold growth ruins building materials and building contents. Specifying and using BioFlex on walls, wood studs, fiberglass, rubber insulation, and other building materials, such as concrete and masonry walls, effectively stops the growth of molds before they occur.
BioFlex is supplied as a non-flammable, water-based liquid that is easy to use, easy to clean up and is virtually odor free. BioFlex surpasses all Federal and State Fire Codes, and is ASTM certified to have a zero flame spread, the best value possible. BioFlex offers added fire safety value to occupants of any building.
Finally, part of the Federal EPA’s registration program requires Toxicological Data to be provided on the product being registered. The EPA awarded BioFlex a Category IV rating, the best rating possible.
Since 1985, Controlled Release Technologies, Inc. has helped contractors and facility engineers solve problems associated with HVAC system maintenance. They are dedicated to not only manufacturing innovative products, but also continuous HVAC education. Their numerous maintenance and indoor-air-quality products include BioFlex, PanGuard and Pancrete. For more information, contact CRT at 1-800-766-9057 or visit www.cleanac.com.