There have been many products tried and tested in the realm of hospital and healthcare in the quest to discover the most effective cleaner in an industry where hygiene is paramount.
Adam Duxbury, new product development chemist at specialist chemical company, Airedale Chemical, explains why there is a new hero product emerging that is ticking all
The Giselle system from De Nora Next produces a sodium hypochlorite sanitising solution called Soleva on site and on demand using only salt, tap water and electricity.
The company claims the system enables a wide range of locations and objects to be hygienically cleaned.
Giselle has also undergone operational testing to demonstrate the
Vikan says its new DampDry 31 microfibre-based mop is a two-in-one product that enables customers to save on overall mop costs, storage space and procurement and stock management costs.
The key to the DampDry 31’s ability to handle both damp and dry mopping is its cleaning surface, claims the company. The microfibre edges generate static
Colour-coded squeegees from Moerman have been developed in line with HACCP requirements, to minimise the risk of cross-contamination.
The company’s hygienic squeegee is a heavy one that stays solid on the ground, requiring less force for effective cleaning. The body and the green natural rubber are made of FDA-approved components and the
For optimum hand hygiene in healthcare applications Hyprom’s no-touch dispenser Autosoap can be refilled with the company’s hydroalcoholic gel Sanigel or with antiseptic soap.
Both refills are bactericide, fungicide and virucide according to the EU standards. The user simply holds a hand under the sensor on the dispenser and a measure
Specialising in the production of hygiene brushes and tools is Brosserie Thomas. Its products comply with HACCP requirements and can be autoclaved - they are also claimed to be lightweight, easy to handle, durable, rust- and rot-proof.
Brushes and squeegees are supplied individually wrapped and feature polypropylene backs for durability and