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The importance of hand drying:

Pathogens love hands

In a single day, we come into contact with countless contaminated surfaces, especially those we touch frequently, like our keyboards and our phones.Those surfaces can act as reservoirs for infectious organisms ready to be passed on to someone else. And hands provide the ideal mode of transport.

Difficulties selecting a method for hand drying

Previous studies have discussed the advantages of the different hand drying methods, however, most of the time they reach different conclusions. This tends to happen because of how the experiment was designed and the relative importance of the different factors assessed.

Damp hands transfer 1000 times more microbes than dry hands 

Typically after handling foods, hand drying alone can achieve a one log reduction in the number of microorganisms present. It also enhances the efficacy of handwashing and can lead to a reduction in the risk of food contamination.

Hands play a major role in cross-contamination (transferring bacteria from hands to foods or from raw food to hands) and good hand hygiene is one of the most effective ways to prevent gastrointestinal diseases. But hand drying is too an important part of a good hand hygiene regime, and this whitepaper aims to evaluate the advantage and disadvantages of different drying methods.

Businesses have a duty of care with public washrooms

When scientific air care solutions are combined with the ongoing efforts to maintain the appearance, with regularly cleaned and easy to use washrooms, harmony can be achieved; it's this which will ensure the pleasant washroom experience people want and deserve.

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Gain insight into the key drivers and benefits of non-tox pest management, the innovations taking place and examples of best practice, with a view to there this will lead in the future

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