Kastus® are excited to announce our upcoming appearance on CNBC’s @AdvancementTV with Ted Danson series. The episode will explore our game-changing surface technology through breakthroughs in touch screen protection technology. Along with how Kastus’ antimicrobial performance is delivered via the patented Kastus® Intelligent Surface Technology™. This is scheduled to broadcast Q4 of 2019.
Featuring state-of-the-art solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and business professionals, Advancements with Ted Danson focuses on cutting-edge developments, and brings this information to the public with the vision to enlighten about how technology and innovation. A perfect fit for our game-changing range of surface coatings.
“Our patented Kastus® Intelligent Surface Technology™ is unique in terms of its antimicrobial performance and range of extended benefits across our range of surface coatings. Kastus coatings are cost-efficient and simple to integrate into existing manufacturing lines.
We believe our 24/7 germ-free coating can offer businesses, service providers, and individuals who rely on (touch) screens, a smarter way to help better protect against the spread of infectious germs. We are very excited to be featured on AdvancementsTV with Ted Danson and to have the opportunity to showcase the very relevant lifestyle benefits of our innovative antimicrobial coating technology,”
-John Browne, Kastus® CEO & Founder.
About Advancements and DMG Productions:
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