YOUR ENTRANCE TO HEALTHY CLEAN ENVIRONMENT
what is handle hygiene?
Handle Hygiene is a smart device that automatically delivers a pulse of disinfectant to the door handle each time the door closes to grant effective disinfection each time the handle is re-contaminated by the last user.
handle hygiene unique benefits
- No human interference and no unforced human errors
- Involuntary working (No mistakes): No missing of disinfection of the door handle after each user
- Broad spectrum: 99.99% effective on viruses, bacteria, fungi, biofilm and protozoa
- Stops cross contamination
- Non-alcohol based
- Saves repeated frequent use of disinfecting wipes and sanitizers to the door handle thus saving money and time
- No battery – No power supply: The device uses the mechanical energy of door movement
- No wasting of the disinfectant which means 4000 sprays (per each cartridge) for 4000 times the door closes.
- Easy to install (Just few minutes)
- Maintenance free (only replace the cartridge when empty)
- Clinical studies proved high outstanding efficacy on micro-organisms with excellent safety profile
Convey the commitment of facility management to provide a safer environment for staff, clients, guests and visitors alike.
How fast a single contaminated door handle could spread infection?
What science tells us is alerting!
Just a single doorknob results in the spread of viruses throughout office buildings, hotels, and health care facilities. Within 2 to 4 hours, the virus could be detected on 40 to 60 percent of workers and visitors in the facilities and could be isolated from commonly touched objects, according to research presented at the 54th Inter science Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), an infectious disease meeting of the American
Society for Microbiology.
THE INVISIBLE WORLD OVER THE DOOR HANDLE
Who has been using it before you?
Shared Toilets under the Microscope
The invisible world of the restroom isn’t pretty. After scanning the microbial farm of four public restrooms, a team of researchers found a diverse swarm of organisms that persisted for months despite regular cleaning of the facilities