Anotec Hand and Bench Sanitiser Why Develop this Q version ?

  • Lab Notes :// Summary points for development of product QHB

Those who are sensitive to harsh solvents
Children and elderly friendly
Those allergic to ethanol
Can be used many times a day, ethanol overuse is not a good idea.
Is a liquid , can be used on all surfaces and door knobs  , rails
elevator buttons.

handy 5 litre size to share around

Elsevier

American Journal of Infection Control

Available online 25 October 2019
 
American Journal of Infection Control

 

Highlights

•A benzalkonium hand sanitizer significantly reduced S. aureusversus an ethanol sanitizer.
•The effectiveness of the benzalkonium chloride may be due to its skin persistence.

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ALSO.

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