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  • Spirigel chosen by the NHS to fight MRSA and HAI's

  • Spirigel Complete Alcohol Hand Gel is a clear, colourless gel

  • Small bottles for personal use

  • Clip can be attached to clothing so is always at hand

  • Clip is retractable so Spirigel can be used without unclipping

  • Excellent for nurses, social workers or anyone who needs to regularly disinfect their hands

  • Containing 70% w/w Denatured Ethanol and 1% Glycerol BP as an emollient

  • Spirigel Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) available on request

  • Pack Size: 24

  • Ecolab: 3056190

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A. We have Material Safety Data Sheets for the products we supply, which we can forward to you. Please email info@cleanroomshop.com confirming the product and your email address.
A. "Here is the Manufacturer's response: 'Yes. The virus responsible for bird flu is known as an ""enveloped"" virus, in other words each virus particle is surrounded by a fatty coat. Spirigel has been tested against Bovine virus diarrhoea virus (BVDV) and vaccinia virus, viruses which are internationally recognised as being suitable surrogate viruses to represent all enveloped viruses. Spirigel showed efficacy against the surrogate viruses within a 30 second contact time. Spirigel is therefore proven to be effective against all enveloped viruses, which includes amongst others those responsible for bird flu, human flu, hepatitis B, HIV, herpes, measles, mumps, rubella and rabies.'"
A. "Swine flu (H1N1) is a respiratory disease that infects pigs, caused by an influenza virus. It does not normally infect humans, but this occasionally does occur. The Health Protection Agency (HPA) says the new swine flu virus is contagious and is spreading from person to person. It spreads in the same way as ordinary colds and flu. The virus is spread through the droplets that come out of the nose or mouth when someone coughs or sneezes. It is recommended that you always use a tissue when coughing or sneezing and that great care should be taken when disposing of this. We would recommend using an Alcohol hand wash in your daily routine. Take extra care with babies, children and people with a weaker immune system. For more advice please see the links below. http://www.who.int/csr/disease/swineflu/frequently_asked_questions/en/"
A. One of the ways in which the E.coli bacteria can be passed from one person to another, is through poor hand hygiene (e.g. if someone hasn’t washed their hands properly when preparing food or after going to the toilet). The following cleanroom consumable products can help reduce the risk of passing on the bacteria: Spirigel Alcohol Hand Gel (HH2, HH10) Azospray IPA Disinfectant Spray (AZW4) Azowipe Hard Surface Disinfectant Wipe (AZW1, AZW2) Azowipe Catering (Blue Strentex) Wipe (AZW3) Azowipe Equipment Disinfectant Wipe (AZW5) Azowipe Multi-Surface Decontamination Wipes (AZW6)
A. All our hand gels are denatured. To distinguish ethanol from alcoholic drinks the government insist that alcoholic formulations for cleaning or industrial use should be blended with an additive to render them unfit for human consumption. The most common additive used in our alcohol is Bitrex. It is the addition of these additives, called 'denaturants', that make the alcohol unpalatable. Under new regulations issued in 2004, denatured ethanol B (known in the trade as DEB) is now classified as Trade Specific Denatured Alcohol (TSDA).
A. Hand sanitisers are considered as ‘leave on’ products which can be used in the absence of water. Dependent on the segment and the protocols in place - they are complementary to hand cleansing and drying.

In less stringent segments hand sanitisers offer the convenience of sanitised hands in the absence of water. The sanitiser is dispensed on the hands and the product rapidly kills bacteria and microorganisms that are present. They do not clean hands. They are used to prevent cross-contamination of physically clean hands.

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