Below is our recent interview with Paul Howlett, Managing director and founder at Sudelac Limited:
Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to your company?
A: Sudelac is based in Aberdeen Scotland and was established in 2010 primarily to supply the upstream oil and gas industry with self-developed and patented products. During 2020 the company created a sanitising division called Sudelac Sanitising Services (S3) to help existing and new clients in the fight against Covid19. The Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental processes established in the oil and gas industry made the transition into sanitising services on third party client premises straight-forward. The oil and gas division has continued to trade through-out the pandemic and the sanitising division has grown it customer base and product-line significantly in 2021. Sudelac has always prided itself in creating novel products and services to bring to the oil and gas business and it has adopted the same philosophy in sanitising by seeking out and developing additional services or accessing technologies that can help suppress the pandemic.
Q: Any highlights on your recent announcement?
A: During June 2021 Sudelac established contact with Curran Biotech in Houston USA and quickly discovered the huge benefits of the unique product that had been developed by them called Capture Coating. The two parties promptly agreed that Sudelac would help roll out the significant development in the fight against Covid19 that is Capture Coating. Sudelac has become Curran Biotech’s’ exclusive master distributor for Capture Coating in the UK (Scotland, England and Wales). Product shipped from Houston to Aberdeen in August ready for immediate deployment. The use of Capture Coating
Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?
A: Capture Coating is a water based liquid nano-technology developed in conjunction with the University of Houston and spun-out as Curran Biotech. The product is low cost and easy to apply. Capture Coating does not negatively affect the life or performance of the filters nor the underlying HVAC system, meaning it does not require costly up-grading nor is the energy consumption increased to deal with Covid19. Buildings with recirculating HVAC ventilation systems can easily coat their replaceable air filters in the systems with Capture Coating and essentially it turns the HVAC unit into a Covid19 killing system. Air is recirculated across the coated filters and the virus is prevented from passing through and promptly dies. Capture Coating works on liquid-based contaminants like Covid19/SARS-CoV-2, influenzas-even rhinoviruses. All indoor buildings in all sectors can benefit from applying Capture Coating to their HVAC filters to reduce the risk of airborne transmissions alongside other recommended measures and protocols. Capture Coating will work just as effectively on all the current and future variants of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2
Q: What can we expect from your company in next 6 months?
A: Sudelac expects to roll out Capture Coating across numerous indoor settings in the UK during the third quarter and remainder of 2021 through direct sales and by appointing suitable authorised resellers and sub-distributors within certain sectors. Sudelac hopes to become recognised as one of the companies in the UK that helped to suppress the pandemic through the distribution of Capture Coating.
Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?
A: Sudelac has been established since 2010 and has remained a customer focused company during that whole period with and eye for detail that has meant not a single client has complained about or rejected a single product or service in over 10 years of trading.