Regular hand and surface disinfection is essential to prevent the spread of viruses (including coronaviruses), bacteria and fungi. It allows to reduce the incidence of influenza among employees in the autumn and winter periods.
How to disinfect your hands?
Disinfecting (antibacterial) liquids based on alcohol should be rubbed into the hands for a certain amount of time, depending on the preparation. Alcohol-based disinfectants do not require rinsing with water and are used on dry hands. Hand disinfectants are especially useful in places where it is impossible to wash your hands with soap and water.
Which disinfectant should I choose?
We offer liquid, gel and foam disinfecting (antibacterial) liquids. In the case of surgical disinfection, the best choice is liquid or gel disinfection Tork, as these preparations have all approvals. Disinfecting gels are more expensive than liquids, but more efficient and convenient to use.
How to disinfect surfaces?
The surface to be disinfected should be clean and dry, it is best to wash it with warm water and detergent before using a disinfectant. Then, apply a disinfectant and wait a certain amount of time depending on the preparation (usually a few minutes). Alcohol-based preparations should not be rinsed off as they evaporate from the disinfected surface.