Stay Healthy, Stay Safe With Our Range Of Personal Protective Equipment

We offer a wide selection of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). Protect your home, family & workforce with our range of PPE, which includes KN95 Respirator Masks, 3 Ply Surgical Masks, Disposable Gloves, Disposable Face Masks, Infrared Thermometers and more. We also offer 75% alcohol-based Hand Sanitizers and Hand Soaps ideal for ensuring thorough disinfection.



Hand sanitizer effectiveness

Hand Sanitizer kills 99.9% of germs instantly, without water. Use anytime, anywhere: while in a car, office, handbag, picnics, nappy change, travel, sports, etc. Leaves your hands refreshed. Use as often as required. Squeeze thumbnail size amount in your palm then briskly rub hands together until dry. These Hand Sanitizers are rinsed Free & non-sticky

FAQ

Dispense an adequate amount of hand sanitizer in your palm to cover all surfaces of the hands thoroughly. Then, rub your hands together until dry. Be sure to include the back of hands, in between fingers, and around fingernails.

Hand sanitizer products utilize ethanol (alcohol) as an active ingredient. The ethanol provides, and instant germ kills without persistent activity. There is no evidence in the research literature that organisms adapt and become immune to the alcohol-based hand sanitizers.

The answer to this question depends entirely upon the size of the hands. An adequate amount should be applied such that all surfaces of the hands are completely covered and remain wet for at least 15 seconds.

Yes, hands sanitizers are safe for children to use; however, sanitizers should be kept out of reach of children.

In general, most PPE cleared by the FDA is intended to be used only one time and by one person. Sharing PPE is not advised. The protective capabilities of single-use PPE cannot be assured when it is reused by the same person or used by more than one person. Sharing PPE that is intended for single-use may expose another person to infectious materials. PPE should be removed promptly after use and disposed of properly.

PPE is designed to be used with other infection control practices such as hand-washing, using alcohol-based hand sanitizers, and covering coughs and sneezes to minimize the spread of infection from one person to another.

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