Hand Sanitiser Products
Full range of hand sanitisers and refills
Stop the spread of germs with Purell hand sanitiser. As a Purell distributor, Astral Hygiene are able to offer the entire range of PURELL ADVANCED refills, dispensers, and accessories at competitive prices. MSDS info can be download from our Purell product pages using an appropriate link box at the bottom of every page.
Hand Sanitising Dispenser Point - 1 litre Capacity. Comes with the back board, easy to follow instructions and clear graphics. Fill up from the top, great solution for any premises.
Our 5ltr Hysan hand sanitiser is a powerful hand gel which kills a wide range of bacteria, viruses and spores without the need for water. We also sell this hand sanitiser in smaller sizes. Virucidal efficacy has been demonstrated in the presence of many enveloped viruses including Hepatitis B and HIV. SARS, MERS and COVID-19 are other examples of enveloped viruses.
In stock and ready to ship. Our 120ml Hand sanitiser is a powerful hand gel which kills a wide range of bacteria, viruses and spores without the need for water. Viricidal efficacy has been demonstrated in the presence of many enveloped viruses including Hepatitis B and HIV. SARS, MERS and COVID-19 are other examples of enveloped viruses.
Salvesan - The BEST biocide available. The most effective biocide known, occurs naturally in the human body, and kills a wide range of bacteria and viruses. BS EN 1276, BS EN 14476 among others.
Sterile 450ml Hand Sanitiser. Total alcohol content 73%. Our hand sanitiser is manufactured to the highest standards possible and is also certified via our reputable manufacturer Selden.
Sterile 5ltr Hand Sanitiser. Total alcohol content 73%. Our 5ltr hand sanitiser is manufactured to the highest standards possible and is also certified via our reputable manufacturer Selden.
Purell 1000ml Dispenser Refill For NXT Dispensers. When soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Apply enough product to thoroughly wet hands, then rub hands together briskly until dry. Need it quickly? Buy it online for delivery tomorrow!
Out of stock. Ideal for a wide range of areas, the Purell 100ml bottle can be placed or taken anywhere and is ideal for people on the go. Personal Pocket Size. Next day delivery available in UK Mainland.
Out of stock. Use purell 1200ml TFX when soap and water are not available, apply enough product to thoroughly wet hands, then rub hands together briskly until dry. Use Purell anytime, anyplace, without water or towels. The TFX system automatically dispenses the perfect amount of Purell needed for hand sanitizing in one shot. Nothing for the user to touch, eliminating cross-contamination.
Out of Stock. Purell 1200ml TFX is a Touch-free, trouble free dispensing system. The TFX dispenser automatically dispenses the perfect amount of Purell needed for hand sanitizing in one shot. Nothing for the user to touch, eliminating cross-contamination.
Purell 300ml is Ideal for a wide range of areas, the 300ml pump dispenser can be placed or taken anywhere, making it ideal for people on the go. Use Purell 300ml anytime, anyplace, without water or towels.
Out of stock. This kit comprises a wall mounted dispenser which simply sticks on, and a 1200ml Refill to go in it. Sanitise your hands to maintain excellent hand hygiene with alcohol hand rub. THIS PRODUCT IS OUT OF STOCK.
FAQs - Hand Sanitising Products
We've answered some commonly asked questions about Hand Sanitising.
Put PURELL inside the washroom and at the exit to help create a healthier environment for your staff and customers.
How to use PURELL Hand Sanitiser:
- Use PURELL on hands that are visibly clean.
- Apply as much PURELL as is needed to cover the hands (about 3 ml).
- Apply all over the hands, between fingers, and under the fingernails for at least 30 seconds.
- Allow PURELL to evaporate.
- Re-apply after any contamination, provided that hands are not soiled.
- No rinsing required
- Leaves hands feeling soft and refreshed.
- Non-toxic, hypo-allergenic formula.
- No added fragrance
Purell is Ideal for use in:
- Kitchens and Restaurants
- Supermarkets & Butchers
- Hotels and Cruise Liners
- Day-care Centers
- Public Buildings
- Fitness Gyms
- Food Processing and Catering
Is PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser active against Swine Flu?
While no hand sanitiser is indicated to prevent Swine Flu, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one of the ways you can help protect yourself from Swine Flu is by practicing good hand hygiene. Specific CDC recommendations include keeping your hands clean by washing with soap and water, or using an alcohol-based hand sanitiser when soap and water may not be available, such as when you're on the go.
How do most infectious diseases spread?
According to the International Scientific Forum on Home Hygiene (IFH), the hands are one of the most frequent transmission routes for many types of infections as they come into direct contact with known portals of entry for pathogens (mouth, nose, conjunctiva of the eyes). Therefore, practicing proper hand hygiene is the easiest way to help reduce infections. Another way that some infections can spread is through the air, which is why it is important to cover your mouth with a tissue when you sneeze.
What is the proper way to practice hand hygiene?
Use soap and water, especially when hands are visibly dirty. Wash hands with soap and water for 15 to 20 seconds.
When soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Apply enough product to thoroughly wet hands, then rub hands together briskly until dry.
Is PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser active against MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus)?
While no hand sanitiser is indicated to prevent methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one of the ways you can help protect yourself from MRSA is by practicing good hand hygiene. Specific CDC recommendations include keeping your hands clean by washing with soap and water, or using an alcohol-based hand sanitiser.
\"What has the CDC said about alcohol-based hand sanitizers? Are they useful for children?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended the use of alcohol-based hand sanitisers when soap and water are not available and hands are not visibly dirty. CDC recommends that children in school may use alcohol-based hand rubs as an alternative to hand washing.*
What types of germs does PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser kill?
PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser kills common germs that may cause illness. Germ kill has been demonstrated in laboratory tests of common bacteria, viruses and fungi. FDA does not currently allow makers of instant hand sanitisers to make claims against specific types of germs due to its concern that consumers will take away a message that the particular illness caused by these germs will be completely prevented through use of the product. Because germs can be spread in a number of ways and one's chances of actually developing an illness depends on a number of factors, no maker of these products can make that kind of guarantee. However, proper hand hygiene is one of the most important tools to prevent the spread of illness. This is why the CDC and various other organizations recommend hand-washing or use of an alcohol-based instant hand sanitiser, like Purell®, when soap and water are not available.
How does PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser fare in effectiveness against transient germs versus resident germs?
TheGerms live all around us. Our bodies are covered with germs that help us stay healthy and are referred to as resident germs. In addition to the good germs, we are also exposed to transient germs from contact with other people or objects. It is these germs that are often responsible for making you sick. Similar to washing your hands with soap and water, PURELL® products reduce some of your resident germs while killing the transient germs. However, in both cases, your body quickly regenerates your resident germs which are generally harmless and actually important for healthy skin.
Why do you need alcohol?
The alcohol content in PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser is at a level which safely and effectively reduces the level on hands of the most common germs that may cause illness. Using alcohol based instant hand sanitisers, when soap and water are not available, is one of the Centers for Disease Control recommendations. Unlike some other instant hand sanitisers and anti-bacterial soaps, laboratory testing has never shown alcohol-based hand sanitisers lead to bacterial resistance.
How effective are alcohol-based hand sanitisers, like PURELL®?
Since PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser was introduced 10 years ago to consumers, it has helped millions of children and adults stay healthy and well by reducing bacteria on the skin. PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitiser kills 99.99 percent of the most common germs that may cause illness.
Do alcohol-based hand sanitisers like PURELL® lead to resistant bacteria?
Unlike the active ingredients in some other instant hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial soaps, laboratory testing has never shown alcohol-based hand sanitisers like PURELL® to lead to bacterial resistance. There is no evidence that organisms adapt and become immune to the active ingredient in PURELL® products. Many sources indicate that for organisms to become resistant, low levels of the chemical must remain on the hands for the organisms to adapt. The alcohol in PURELL® does not remain on the hands for long. Once your hands are rubbed dry after application of PURELL®, the alcohol has evaporated completely. PURELL® leaves no harmful residue. A small bit of emollient (skin conditioning agent) is left on the hands after use to leave your hands feeling soft and refreshed.
When is it especially important to practice good hand hygiene?
Practicing good hand hygiene is especially important:
- After using the bathroom
- Before eating or drinking anything
- Before and after handling raw foods, fish, poultry, or eggs
- After using a public phone
- After riding public transportation
- In schools and day care centers
- After changing diapers
- When one is sick
- After shaking hands
- After sneezing or coughing
- After touching an ATM, elevator buttons, escalator handrails