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Deb Group launches new range of hand sanitisers

22 February 2016

A new range of alcohol-based foam hand sanitiser that is fully virucidal, bacericidal and yeasticidal has been launched by Deb Group. 

Deb InstantFOAM Complete, kills 99.999% of many common germs in just 15 seconds and its non-specific biocidal action ensures there is no risk of antimicrobial resistance. 

The product meets the highest levels of European microbiological standards for bactericidal (EN1500), virucidal (EN14476), yeasticidal (EN1650) and mycobactericidal (EN14348) activity.

“Our hands are one of the main routes for transmitting pathogens that can be harmful to health and yet it is an issue that is often overlooked,” said  Paul Jakeway, Marketing Director at Deb UK.

“By incorporating hand hygiene best practices into the workplace, supported by the unique efficacy, safety and preference of Deb InstantFOAM Complete, organisations can now provide an unprecedented level of protection from these pathogens, whether that be for patients, colleagues or customers.”


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