Armor your surfaces.

Not just one, but two

Tactigard contains both silver and copper nanoparticles throughout its layers, which release ions to destroy harmful microorganisms.

advantages of Cu + Ag

While other antimicrobial films on the market contain only a single metal—either copper or silver—Tactigard employs a combination of both for unparalleled protective properties.

Silver has been proven to kill microbes in just 2 hours. However, high amounts of silver can be harmful to humans, and its effectiveness may also be reduced in low-humidity environments.

That’s where copper comes in. Studies have shown that copper films eliminate microbes in about 4 hours, compared to a maximum of 3 days on unprotected surfaces. And, unlike silver, the antimicrobial properties of copper are more likely to remain stable regardless of its environment.

So, silver or copper? We chose both—and with the perfect ratio, Tactigard boasts unmatched practicality and protection.

endless applications

Buttons, rails, handles. 
Light switches, keypads, desktops. 

Tables, chairs, cabinets. 

With Tactigard, there’s always more.

how cu + ag works

Unlike conventional protective films, which include antimicrobial agents only in their top coatings, Tactigard contains large amounts of both copper and silver throughout its layers. These metals constantly release ions that destroy the membranes and genetic material of harmful microorganisms, keeping your surfaces germ-free.


Protection for all

To best fit each unique application, Tactigard comes in both sheet and roll form, as well as in a convenient antimicrobial case.

A4 Sheet
Roll (30 m, 200 m)
Clean Contact Case

why tactigard?

Highly effective in a wider range of environments
More eco-friendly compared to silver films
Practical and cost-effective


Scratches? Not a problem. With its 3H hardness, Tactigard boasts exceptional resistance compared to other antimicrobial films on the market.

 Metal Scratch Test Results

Tactigard (3H)

No scratches

Competitor PP film (↓H)

Competitor PVC film (↓H)

Competitor PE film (↓H)


Unlike other films, Tactigard was designed to resist fingerprints and other undesirable marks. This keeps surfaces clean, even with frequent contact.

 Fingerprint Test Results


No fingerprints

Competitor PET film

Competitor PP film


Tactigard boasts excellent resistance to ethyl acetate and other sources of chemical damage.

 Chemical Test Results


No damage

Competitor PP/PE film

Competitor PVC film

1 drop of ethyl acetate solvent was applied for about 20 seconds on the films before removal.


Tactigard is composed of PVC—a material that is easily moldable with heat on any surface. Additionally, the air-free structure of Tactigard’s adhesive provides greater ease of application.

Easy to mold with minimal heat