Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) are funded by Innovate UK and other public sector partners, with the aim of helping businesses access knowledge and expertise within UK universities and colleges. The KTP Business Impact award recognises continuing outstanding commercial impact in the years following the KTP.
Quadralene has won this award in recognition of the success of Biocleanse Ultra, a highly effective, pH neutral, alcohol-free cleaner and disinfectant, originally developed through a KTP with the University of Nottingham. Since its launch, Biocleanse Ultra has had a significant impact on decontamination procedures within dental practices, thanks to its ability to remove proteins from surfaces and clean and disinfect in a single process.
The award was presented to Quadralene’s managing director, Andy Corley, and commercial director, Bob Newsome, by Maggie Philbin at the ‘Best of British 2014’ ceremony in London, held on 4 November.
Bob said: ‘We are delighted to have won this prestigious award in recognition of Biocleanse Ultra and would like to thank everyone involved in its development and subsequent commercial success. It is a great honour to once again receive external third party validation of the efficacy of this product.’
To mark this award, Dentisan, in conjunction with Henry Schein Dental, is offering a discount on all purchases of Biocleanse Ultra until 12 December 2014. For more information, visit www.dentisan.co.uk.