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Disinfectants and disinfectant stands

Wherever a lot of people get together, germs spread quickly! As a recent example, the Corona virus has proven that. Disinfection is therefore important to contain the spread of diseases - especially in the catering and hotel industry. Because many people come and go there. That's why at LUSINI you'll find disinfectants and various disinfectant dispensers for your business.

Which disinfectant is the right one?

Not every disinfectant is effective against all pathogens. While some disinfectants are only effective against bacteria, there are also agents that are effective against viruses and fungi. Therefore, when buying, pay attention to the spectrum of activity.

Overview: Spectrum of action of disinfectants

  • Bactericidal: Disinfectants labeled "bactericidal" are effective against bacteria.
  • Fungicide: These disinfectants kill fungi and fungal spores.
  • Limited virucidal: Limited virucidal disinfectants help against enveloped viruses such as the Corona virus.
  • Virucidal: Agents with the characteristic "virucidal" are effective against all viruses, including those that do not have an envelope. An example of an envelope-less virus is the Noro virus.

What are the areas of application for disinfectants?

Not every disinfectant is suitable for all areas of application. Hand disinfectants and surface disinfectants are the most important for restaurants and hotels. Disinfectant for laundry is only necessary in medical facilities; in hotels, normal laundry at high temperatures is usually sufficient.

Disinfectant dispensers

It is easiest to provide the disinfectant in an appropriate dispenser. After all, if the disinfectant bottle is touched often, it quickly becomes a carrier of germs itself. There are various models available: you can choose between a wall mount or a stand system. Some disinfectant stands even have castors. Disinfectant dispensers that can be operated with the elbow or have a sensor are particularly hygienic.

Cleaning the disinfectant dispenser

To ensure that your new disinfectant dispenser functions properly and remains hygienic itself, you should clean it regularly. Remove external contamination with a surface disinfectant and a cloth. This will also allow you to clean the disinfectant outlet and the operating lever. You should perform these steps regularly. Once a day, you should also rinse the pump with hot water and then dry it well.

Disinfect hands properly: This is how it's done

Simply rub disinfectant on your hands and you're done? It's not that simple! To ensure that the disinfectant works properly and no germs remain on your hands, a few things must be observed. You will disinfect your hands properly if you follow the following eight steps:

  1. Put disinfectant in one palm.
  2. Rub the palms against each other.
  3. Then rub the right palm over the back of the left hand and vice versa. In this way, the tops of the hands are also disinfected.
  4. Interlace the fingers and rub the palms against each other.
  5. Place the hands on top of each other, interlace the fingers and rub them against each other. Repeat the same with the other hand.
  6. Rub both thumbs well.
  7. Then rub the fingertips in the palm of the other hand.
  8. Repeat steps 2 through 7 until the manufacturer's specified contact time has elapsed. Most hand sanitizers take about 30 seconds.