Die-Pat covers all hand sanitising with new launch

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A wall-mounted hand sanitiser dispenser is part of Die-Pat’s new hygiene range.

Catering equipment component specialist Die-Pat has launched a range of products to offer a complete solution for hygienic hand sanitising.

Developed and manufactured in the UK by sister company RBT, Protectus Viridis hand sanitiser and disinfectant are said to have effective microbicidal efficacy on a broad spectrum of viruses, bacteria and yeasts – including coronavirus Covid-19.

The products are water-based, organic and biodegradable, claimed to be harmless to the environment, plants, animals and humans, and unlike alcohol-based sanitisers and disinfectants they are said to not cause skin dryness or evaporate quickly on surfaces (lasting up to 4 hours on hands and 24 hours on hard surfaces).

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Protectus Viridis has reportedly been tested against the highest EN standards in the UK/EU (including EN14476 and many others – Die-Pat says results can be provided on request), and registered under German BAuA. The products are claimed to be 99.999% antiviral – effective against coronaviruses, norovirus, H1N1 etc and 99.9999% antibacterial – effective against bacteria such as MRSA, E.coli, listeria etc.

The hand sanitiser is available in 50ml, 600ml and 5litre options and the disinfectant in either a 750ml trigger spray or a 5litre concentrate, as well as wipes in a 200 pack, and all options are available ex-stock from Die-Pat’s UK warehouse.

Alongside these products Die-Pat has responded to increased demand and added a range of dispensers and holders to its portfolio. This includes standard and touch-free wall mounted units – available in plastic or stainless steel options, a foot operated floor standing unit suitable for 1, 3 or 5litre bulk fill containers and a vehicle holder for their 600ml hand sanitiser (which is water based and therefore should be non-flammable and carried safely in any vehicles).

Die-Pat also offers a large range of wash hand basins, taps and soap dispensers as part of its hand hygiene package.

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