The difference between hand soaps and hand sanitisers, hand washing can effectively remove dirt, microbes and chemicals on hands whereas hand sanitiser is more precise at killing bacteria and most viruses. All elements of hand washing are key, you need friction for removing debris, soap to emulsify dirt and running water to rinse afterwards. Sylvester Keal manufactures their own alcohol-based terminal hand disinfection and this sanitising product comes complete with a safety data sheet for safety. It is hospital grade, for use within the food and catering industries for preventing the spread of bacteria. Sylvester Keal modular wall mounted (complete with wall fixings) alcohol hand sanitiser dispenser suitable for dispensing our very own 8C Alcohol Hand Sanitiser also available.
DEB hand sanitisers also available, Cutan foam hand sanitiser, highly effective, broad spectrum, alcohol-based hand sanitiser. This foam formula rapidly and easily rubs across hands, providing the user with complete control of the product, preventing the dripping and splashing associated with using liquid alcohol sanitisers. This contains moisturiser that helps prevent skin dryness and leaves the skin feeling soft and refreshed after use. The perfume free and dye free formula has extremely low potential for skin irritation, making it perfect for the Healthcare Sector, including Care Homes, Medical Centres, Surgeries, General Practitioners, Dentists & Emergency Services. Unlike alcohol gel sanitisers, the Deb Cutan Foam Hand Sanitiser does not contain gelling agents that leave the hands feeling sticky, particularly after multiple use.