• A product for those who seek an effective alternative to alcohol based hand rubs.
• Ideal for those who are unable to use alcohol based hand rubs, enabling greater compliance to hand hygiene protocols
Directions for use
On to dry hands, dispense as many pumps necessary to give good coverage.
Rub hands together, especially between fingers and around nails, until product has dried.
Do not rinse off. Repeat as necessary.
Shelf life stability data
2 years under recommended storage conditions.
• A water based QAC with Chlorhexidine solution, dispensed as a foam for easy application.
• Has a drying time which allows for greater efficacy, as well as being able to conduct the Ayliffe Technique for hand disinfection correctly.
Didecyl Ddimethyl Ammonium Chloride
Active ingredients by volume <1%
ESENSE+ has been tested against: -
EN1276 to >5Log in 1 minute under low soil conditions against E. coli, E. hirae, P. aeruginosa, S. aureus, L. monocytogenes, S. typhimurium, MRSA, S. pyogenes, C. jejuni, E. faecalis (VRE), K. pneumoniae (CRE)
EN13727 to >5Log in 1 minute under low soil conditions against E. coli (K12), E. hirae, P. aeruginosa, S. aureus
EN1500 for E. coli (K12) - Test product was noninferior to 60% propan-2-ol and therefore satisfies the requirements of EN1500
EN1650 /EN13624 to >4Log in 1 minute under low soil codnitions against C. albicans
EN14476 to >4Log in 30 seconds against Human Rotavirus strain and Influenza A virus H1N1 (swine)
Residual antimicrobial efficacy on VitroSkin when tested against E. coli (K12) to deliver a >3log reduction of microorganism in 5 mins following 8-hour post product application
ENVIRONMENTAL TEST DATA
96-hour patch test
“Based on the data, the test article can be considered as safe for use and claims such as, ‘Dermatologically tested’, “Clinically tested’, ‘Clinically proven’, ‘Kind to skin’, ‘Mild for skin’ and ‘Safe for skin’ are all substantiated”.
Potential Taint from Direct Contact with Test Materials
“The test results indicate that the test product; B2035 Hand Foam Sanitiser, does not have the potential to taint when tested as above”.
Trans epidermal water loss (TEWL) test
“When compared to the positive control, the TEWL values (p<0.05) indicate the product does not compromise the skin barrier as harshly as the positive control (70% v/v ethanol). Based on this, the claims of, “Kind to skin”, “Maintains skins natural moisture levels”, “Maintains skins natural hydration” and “Does not compromise the skin as harshly as ethanol” are substantiated for the test article”.