Our antibacterial alcohol wipes for hospital use are manufactured to the highest standards in Scotland as high quality non-woven wipes that are impregnated with 80% denatured alcohol solution to provide a sterile cleaning wipe suitable for disinfection to medical standards in healthcare outlets like nursing homes and hospitals.
They can be used on all hard surfaces (except clear plastic) where rapid sanitising is required and will also keep their strength while wet. If you need an alcohol wipes for hospital use supplier, please give Auriel Clean Power a call on 01324 474744 to discuss your needs as we dispatch all over the UK for next-day delivery.
Our customers are local councils, industries, hospitals and contract cleaners all over the UK who have found our alcohol wipes for hospitals convenient to use, non-abrasive, quick drying, well-priced and tear resistant. Auriel Clean Power alcohol cleansing wipes will kill 99.9% of bacteria germs in around 30 seconds.
These alcohol wipes contain the optimal amount of solvent for performing the required cleaning, ward infection-control and disinfecting tasks and can replace glass dispensing bottles to minimise user exposure in NHS or private hospitals. While there are many other types of antibacterial wipes, alcohol wipes remain an effective favourite for controlling bacterial infection.
Code: PSW02 – Packed: Approx. 500 per tub
Code: PSW01 – Packed: Approx. 100 per tub
Cautions for these wipes:
Keep away from sources of ignition. Keep container tightly closed. Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness.
Please contact us to discuss your needs further at:
Auriel Clean Power | 14 Inchyra Road | Grangemouth | Scotland | FK3 9XB
Tel: 01324 474744 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Useful links for infection control in the hospitals and the healthcare industry:
Further Auriel Clean Power products like our alcohol hand sanitiser gel in 100ml, 250ml, 500ml and 5 litre size and powerful deep cleaning eco-friendly cleaning sprays can be seen by clicking on the links in this paragraph.