The Fantex Story



All in One Medical pioneered the manufacture and supply of disposable curtains and blinds, coated and impregnated with a biocide to quickly kill a broad range of bacteria and viruses. Various coatings were used with differing levels of success. This led us to investigate, design and develop a new generation of biocides.


How does it work?

  • Fantex imitates the mechanism of natural human immunity by mimicking actions of host defence proteins.
  • It exploits a method of bacterial cell killing that significantly reduces the risk of bacterial mutation.
  • It selectively targets the cells’ membranes with a biophysical mechanism which directly causes them to disrupt, side stepping the bacteria’s own defence mechanisms.
  • It antagonises electrical potential that develops across the inner membrane of microorganisms, generating a negative reaction to proton-motive force and drives proteins back into the cell through a suitable channel.

  • The African Clawed Frog

    The African Clawed Frog is an amphibian that is permanently covered with a mucous membrane that is extremely effective against microorganisms.
    Using this knowledge we synthesised a biological mimic that also creates a resilient shield, that not only efficiently and effectively destroys microorganisms, but also creates a barrier to defend against further infection.


    Thanks to the biological mimic that creates the resilient shield, we have been able to create a barrier that can kill 99.999% of bacteria in under 1 minute. This is known as Log 5.

    In numeric terms, Log 5 refers to the reduction by the power of 100,000 hence 1 million bacteria will be reduced down to only 10 bacteria in less than a minute.


    Fantex Product Partnerships


    The versatility of our Master batch allows it to be cross-pollinated into a number of different plastics. The chemical active ingredient is the main core additive for inclusion into existing established commercial products.

    In its plastic form, Fantex can be added into products such as:

  • Linen
  • Workwear
  • Sportswear
  • Cleaning liquids
  • Shampoos and conditioners
  • Carpets
  • Medical products
  • Hospitality products
  • Retail products


    In its liquid state, Fantex can be added to many products across multiple markets at the manufacture stage to provide innovative bacteria management.
    Fantex can be added into many products such as:

  • Linen products (including workwear, sportswear and underwear)
  • Fabric conditioner, household and industrial applications
  • Antimicrobial spray for clothes
  • Hand sanitisers
  • Multi-surface cleaners
  • Animal hygiene (equine/canine/bovine) applications
  • Polishes
  • Antiviral air sanitisers
  • Absorbent spill powders