New tableware catalogue showcases Biomaster protection

Harfield Tableware has published a new catalogue featuring an antimicrobial range of tableware.

The new 2017 catalogue by the Stockport-based company highlights a selection of products with Biomaster silver ion technology. 

Harfield’s antimicrobial products are used throughout the education, hospitality and healthcare sectors, where it is important to inhibit the growth of bacteria on the products surface reducing the opportunity for cross contamination.

The range, which is in high demand particularly within the healthcare sector, consists of 14 products including bowls, trays and cutlery.

Harfield has also recently launched two seasonal brochures, which showcase the practical products in their suggested environments. The brochures give an insight into the functional use of the tableware and many of the items are available with Biomaster technology to provide antimicrobial properties.  One such example within the summer catalogue is the serving platter, which is available as part of the antimicrobial range in different colours.

Paul Morris, founder and CEO of Addmaster, said; “Biomaster ensures effective antimicrobial protection for the effective lifetime of the product, helping to keep surfaces clean and hygienic, and reducing the threat of cross-contamination. Biomaster pioneered the development of permanent antimicrobial product protection into new substrates, which in this case has been applied to the re-use of highly durable polycarbonate tableware.”

Carol Moodie, marketing manager for Harfield, said: “As a leading manufacturer and distributor of reusable and virtually unbreakable polycarbonate tableware, the partnership with Biomaster is a fantastic opportunity to enhance the reusability of our products.

Our new catalogues showcase the huge range of products available from Harfield including those with antimicrobial properties.” 

*Please note that Addmaster was acquired by the Polygiene Group AB in January 2021, so all news articles prior to that date will still be branded as Addmaster.