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Touchscreen Protector Brochure

Commercial Touchscreens Up to 34" Brochure

Personal Device Touchscreen Brochure

Interior Glass Brochure

Architectural Glass Brochure

Home Appliance Brochure

Sanitary Ware Brochure

Ceramic Tiles Brochure

Vending Brochure

Home Appliance Survey

Smartphone Survey

ISO Results

Kastus® Brand Video

How Kastus Works

Kastus Antiviral and Antibacterial Screen Protectors for Kiosks

Kastus Antiviral and Antibacterial Coating Technology for Mobile/Personal Devices

Kastus Antiviral and Antibacterial Screen Protector Installation Guide

How Quickly Kastus Starts to Work Against Bacteria and Viruses

Kastus Featured on Sky News

Kastus Featured On The Advancements TV Series With Ted Danson

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The screen protector glass, although thin, is extremely durable. The screen protector glass is tempered and has a 9H hardness. As long as the screen protector remains intact (not cracked due to misuse) then there is no need to change it.

Kastus screen protectors are made with anti-shatter technology, which means that they will not break into glass pieces when hit with force. After impact, any broken glass is held together in a film that is attached to the backside of the screen protector.

Our screens protectors are easy to apply and come with a complete application kit. Watch our installation video below to learn more. 

Our screen protectors are 100% customizable to fit our customers’ needs.

Yes, the crystal-clear glass provides greater screen visibility and brightness compared with plastic screen protectors.

Our screen protectors are made of tempered Aluminosilicate glass.

Yes, through commercial recycling.

Besides protecting the touchscreen from the action of harsh chemical and repeated cleaning cycles, the Kastus screen protectors are made of tempered glass. Glass is a cleaning-friendly material that will not deteriorate over time, unlike polymer-based surfaces which are likely to get yellowish and have a reduced lifetime cycle.

Yes, Kastus screen protectors are proven to kill Human Coronavirus on treated surfaces as well as other viruses such as Influenza A, Hepatitis and others.

  • Antibacterial technologies are effective against harmful surface bacteria.
  • Antiviral technologies are effective against surface viruses.
  • Antimicrobial technologies are effective against surface mold, fungi, bacteria and/or viruses.

Yes, Kastus currently holds 44 global patents between granted and pending.

Unlike other technologies, Kastus offers 3-in-1 protection against human coronavirus, traditional viruses and harmful surface bacteria with a >99% kill rate. 

The primary fuel source of our antimicrobial activation is light and air, this is delivered via a process called photocatalysis. Our coating also includes a patented ingredient which ‘kills’ bacteria and viruses in the dark too. Resulting in enhanced continuous self-sanitising surfaces.

The Kastus coating technology is ‘always on,’ it starts working immediately against viruses and bacteria on first contact, with significant results after only 2 minutes. 
This short animation shows lab-validated Human Coronavirus kill rates over time for a Kastus-coated surface vs. a non-coated surface.

Our coating lasts for the lifetime of the substrate and it has proven its durability performance through abrasion resistance testing.

Our technology is certified to ISO and ASTM standards in leading global laboratories.

Yes, unlike silver our technology does not leach. 

Yes, the Kastus bacteria fighting process is photophysical, it physically bashes the Bacteria DNA and Bacteria can’t develop an immunity to our technology.

No, our coating has no impact on aesthetics. It is durable, transparent and does not leach or wear off. 

Photocatalysis is the acceleration of a photoreaction in the presence of a catalyst. The photocatalytic activity creates Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), also known as free radicals. The ROS act as oxidizing agents that break down the bacteria cell wall until it is eliminated. 

Contact our sales team today for commercial and partner enquires.