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XtraSAN Active Hand Sanitiser
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- XtraSAN Active Hand Sanitiser by Laura Kerbey
- XtraSAN Active Sanitiser - 500ml (with new foaming dispenser) by Kevin Slegg
XtraSAN is proven against coronavirus.
According to EN 14476:2013 + A2:2019, XtraSAN POSSESSES VIRICIDAL activity at a concentration of 25.0% v/v of the working concentration as tested after 2 MINUTES at 20°C under CLEAN conditions (0.3 g/l bovine albumin) against Vaccinia virus VR-1549
Elstree strain / Vero cells.
This product therefore is effective against all enveloped viruses as defined in EN 14476:2013 + A2:2019 Annex A*. This therefore includes all coronaviruses and SARS‐CoV‐2.
Its secret lies not in the active ingredients, but in the concentration of active & inactive ingredients which have been carefully crafted and blended creating a synergy which greatly multiplies the ‘active effect‘.
The concentration of ingredients contained within XtraSAN are unique. This means that they are less available to procure compared to ethanol (found in all alcohol gels) which makes them a little more expensive to buy. It is also important to remember that XtraSAN is scientifically proven to be more effective than similar products. Read this handy article to find out out how.
This is true for alcohol based hand sanitisers. However the ingredients in XtraSAN do not require alcohol to reach an ever higher efficacy.
Read about alcohol free hand sanitisers here.
Use enough to completely cover both hands. 1-2 (0.4-0.8ml) foaming dispenses is enough for most people.
No, XtraSAN is manufactured for use straight out of the bottle.
XtraSAN Surface & Hand Sanitiser is 100% compliant with all international hand hygiene protocols and the EU Biocidal Products Regulation (NPR, Regulation (EU) 528/2012).
The active and inactive levels of concentration are equal to or above those recommended by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control for use in targeting COVID 19.
The active elements in XtraSAN are also listed on the United States Environmental Protection Agency website as being effective against human coronavirus.
Not tested on animals and vegan friendly.