Hand Cleaners & Sanitisers

The following are the types of hand hygiene:

  • Routine handwash.Use of water and non-antimicrobial soap for the purpose of removing soil and transient microorganisms.
  • Antiseptic handwash.Use of water and antimicrobial soap (e.g., chlorhexidine, iodine and iodophors, chloroxylenol [PCMX], triclosan) for the purpose of removing or destroying transient microorganisms and reduce resident flora.
  • Antiseptic handrub.Use of alcohol-based handrub.

Surgical antisepsis. Use of water and antimicrobial soap (e.g., chlorhexidine, iodine and iodophors, chloroxylenol [PCMX], triclosan) for the purpose of removing or destroying transient microorganisms and reduce resident flora. Recommended duration is 2-6 minutes.

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HEALTHCARE & MEDICAL

You would expect to find infections in hospitals!,Hospital acquired infections can be prevented with simple effective hand and surface hygiene solutions. Providing accessible hygiene products for hospital staff, patients and visitors can prevent cross infection. Our Hand Cleaners act against everyday soils, fats, grease, oil, ink etc. with a high foam rate it leaves your hands clean and fresh.

  • Detergents (plain soaps) with water to physically remove transient contaminants.
  • Antimicrobial agents, eg. chlorhexidine.
  • Antiseptic surgical scrubs, eg. bethadine.

Microorganisms that are capable of causing infectious diseases are all around us. They can even be found on things and places we think are the cleanest. If our immune system drops, these pathogens may enter our system and may cause serious illnesses. However, transmission of these harmful microbes can be prevented through handwashing.