The PURELL advanced instant hand sanitizer, 2,000 mL refill for NXT Maximum Capacity dispenser, is an antimicrobial gel that contains 70% ethyl alcohol to help reduce the number of germs on hands, and four moisturizers to help keep skin hydrated. This refill bag fits in a PURELL NXT Maximum Capacity dispenser (sold one by one). The hand sanitizer meets U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) healthcare personnel hand-washing requirements.
Hand sanitizers (often known as hand antiseptics) are liquids, gels, or foams that help reduce the number of germs on hands when a small amount is rubbed into the skin; no rinsing with water or drying with towels is needed. In situations when soap and water don’t seem to be to be had, the U.S. Centers for Disease Regulate and Prevention (CDC) recommends use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains a minimum of 60% alcohol. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers can quickly reduce the number of germs on hands, but do not get rid of every kind of pathogenic microorganism. Hand sanitizers don’t seem to be as effective when hands are visibly dirty. They’re to be had in a range of sizes, from small bottles for personal use to large mounted dispensers for public or institutional use. They’re also to be had as wipes: small, disposable paper or nonwoven towels soaked in a hand sanitizer liquid. Hand sanitizers are most often a part of hand hygiene programs at health care and food processing facilities, where pathogenic microorganisms are common.
GOJO Industries manufactures hygiene products, including hand washing, hand sanitizing, and skin care formulas under the GOJO, PURELL, PROVON, MICRELL, and AQUELL brands. The company, founded in 1946, is headquartered in Akron, OH.
Antimicrobial gel with 70% ethyl alcohol to help reduce the number of germs on hands
Refill bag fits in NXT Maximum Capacity dispenser (sold one by one)
Contains four moisturizers to help keep skin hydrated
Meets FDA healthcare personnel hand-washing requirements