SDA Cleanzone based in Manchester, United Kingdom have released Antimicrobial Door Handle Wraps to help in the fight against the current pandemic. The United Kingdom & Ireland are experiencing a high increase in the number of covid-19 cases and with this many businesses are taking extra measures to protect their premises.
Surface transmission is one of the ways that the current virus is transmitted and with this the importance of antimicrobial surfaces is more prevalent than ever.
Channel 4 Dispatches decided to complete an experimenting which they tested several high chain surfaces including Tesco and Costa Coffee finding out the level of bacteria. Whilst the companies state that they go the extra mile in maintaining clean surfaces, the documentary demonstrated a different set of results. The University of Exeter tested the bacteria levels finding that over half the surfaces had levels of bacteria.
Who are SDA Cleanzone?
SDA Cleanzone are specialists in innovative products being used around the UK and Ireland.
How much are Antimicrobial Door Handle Wraps?
Starting at less than £6 for small handles, sold in packs of 6 and 12.
How long do they last?
The website states that they last for a minimum of 6 months which is longer than any other company on the market.
What are the benefits of installing these antimicrobial products?
✔️ 180 days+
✔️ Installation in seconds
✔️ Safe on skin
✔️ Easy to Replace
✔️ Working 24/7
✔️ Surface continually removes common bacteria and viruses.
What is the difference between Antimicrobial and Antibacterial?
The primary difference is that antibacterial eliminate the growth of bacteria whilst antimicrobial eradicate the spread of bacteria and other viruses.
“It’s an indicator the cleaning hasn’t been effective enough.”
— Channel 4 Dispatches (@C4Dispatches) October 26, 2020
Companies around the UK and Ireland have been investing millions in to cleaning during the past 8 months and this is set to continue with cases rising each day. With the UK and Irish Government advertising the clear need to stop surface transmission, companies like SDA Cleanzone are in a good position to help.
What did you think of the Channel 4 Documentary and the companies featured on the program. Whilst no surface area will be perfectly clean all the time, better standards of hygiene and cleanliness will be sure to be mentioned in the upcoming months.
We would be happy to hear your thoughts and comments on this below.