Founded by entrepreneur Tony Edwards, the 79-year-old has invested over a decade’s worth of research and development into creating the new StatClear spray.
The firm, which also offers anti-static floor paint, Electroguard®, supplies household names across the world including Dell, Sony, Dyson, Google and Lidl.
Mr Edwards said: “The complex and important issues caused by static in the electronic and printing industries have long been recognised and it’s been a journey to find a cost-effective solution that removes static safely.
“StatClear can be sprayed easily onto any surface, and is perfect for coating static-generating bins, trays, shelving, benches, screens, glass, walls and packaging for static-sensitive materials.”
Thanks to a ‘secret formula’, Mr Edwards says it is nothing like any other product on the market.
StatClear is water-based and doesn’t contain any solvents or dangerous chemicals making it safe to use and fully biodegradable.
Day-to-day the firm is ran by Tony’s daughter, Susan Woods, and her husband, Neil, however they expect to be joined by a new team member to assist with the production and distribution of the new anti-static spray.
Managing director Neil said: “Statclear will give us an opening into new markets, including the packaging industry, across the world.
“We’ve already closed our first deal with a company based in New Zealand and are looking forward to becoming known as anti-static leaders across the world!”
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