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XtraSAN Alcohol Free Anti-Virus Hand and Surface Sanitiser

£6.41£15,580.00

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All prices exclude VAT, unless otherwise stated.

The ultimate anti-virus hand and surface sanitiser. Whilst washing hands with soap and water is clearly still the preferred and recommended protective measure, it is not always convenient or possible to get to a hand wash facility and this is where XtraSan comes to the fore.

Up until now the next best option to hand washing, was to use a hand sanitiser with minimum 60% alcohol content, because alcohol is known to damage the virus casing, thereby weakening it. However prolonged use of alcohol hand sanitisers will dry your skin and can cause dermatitis. Also once it has dried, alcohol sanitisers cease to be effective against re-contamination.

XtraSAN, however, is proven to be both non harmful to you or your hands and has the major advantage that it leaves a dry protective film on your hands, retaining moisture and continuing to keep you safe for longer. You also therefore do not need to use so much or apply so frequently.

Available in 5l or 1000l containers with 20l, 200l, and 1000l quantity discounts. Please discuss any other requirements with us.

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Description

At last we have a certified alcohol-free Hand and Surface Sanitiser which is effective against COVID-19!

Let us examine the personal hygiene options for defeating this virus:

1.Preferred and recommended: Hand washing with soap and water.

2.Next best option (up until now): Hand Sanitiser with minimum 60% alcohol content.

3.Best option from now on: Hand Sanitiser with no alcohol contenth.

Reasons:

1.Soap and water are not always readily available, especially when you are on the go.

2.Alcohol is a fire hazard and prolonged use will dry your skin and can cause dermatitis.

3.Safe alcohol-free chemistry which leaves a dry protective film on surfaces.

Properties

XtraSAN, is a complex polymeric biocide and virucide that is applied to the hands or surfaces for the purpose of removing common pathogens (disease-causing organisms) and viruses including COVID-19.

Non-hazardous

  • Contains NO Alcohol but kills 99.99% of bacteria in a broader spectrum and over a much longer time than alcohol gels
  • Does not dry skin, in fact it moisturizes
  • Leaves a highly active residual dry film on skin and surfaces.
  • Any excess liquid from decontamination is harmless for drainage.

Product Testing & Compliance

Product has been tested and certified to BSEN1276 and  BSEN13697 against bacteria and to BSEN14476 against Virus.

The American Environmental Protection Agency website states ‘once an outbreak has been identified and the identity of the virus is confirmed by the CDC, approved products are temporarily permitted to distribute information about using the product for the emerging pathogen. The claim is to appear in a standard format’

The active ingredients contained in XtraSAN attack protein and lipid structures, including those encapsulating envelope viruses such as COVID-19 XtraSAN has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to SARS-CoV-2 (which is the virus that causes COVID-19) on hard, nonporous surfaces. Therefore, XtraSAN can be used against SARS-CoV-2 when used in accordance with the directions for use.

“The active ingredients in XtraSAN are listed on the United States Environmental Protection Agency website as being effective against Human Coronavirus”.

Product conforms to the requirements of Biocidal Products Regulation. The consolidated version of the Regulation (EU) No 528/2012

Additional information

Size/Type

100ml Bottle @£7.47/bottle, Carton of 28 x 100ml bottles @ £6.23/bottle, Carton of 4 x 5l @ £20.63/litre, 10 cartons of 4 x 5l @ £17.23/litre, 1 pallet (50 cartons) of 4 x 5l @ £15.58/litre, Pump dispenser for 5l, IBC 1000l @ £13.00/litre

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