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Benefits:

Hand washing & gel dispensers clean hands, but studies show as soon as you touch a door you risk becoming contaminated with germs deposited by other door users. Surfaceskins antibacterial pushpads are designed to kill deposited germs in SECONDS, helping to solve a serious infection control problem by keeping washed hands clean & preventing the spread of germs to yourself & others. Ideal for multiple sectors including: Hospital, Healthcare, Care Home & Dental for critical areas including: High Dependency Wards, SCBU's , Neonatal, Elderly, Isolation, Washroom & Food Prep areas. 

•    Self-disinfecting antibacterial pushpad to complement & improve gel dispensers & hand washing
•    Engineered to KILL deposited germs in SECONDS protecting every door user
•    Helps break the chain of infection & spread of germs via secretion of approved alcohol gel
•    Successfully tested in NHS Laboratories and approved by a world-renowned infection control expert
•    Proven effective against Norovirus, S.aureus, E.faecalis & Salmonella
•    Designed to reduce HAI episodes, saving money on extended stays
•    Low cost, minimal capital outlay, easy to fit & replace
•    Demonstrates a passion for hand hygiene to your customers
•    Push pad lasts 1000 actuations or 7 days
•    Gel dispensers or hand washing CLEAN HANDS + Surfaceskins = STAY CLEAN

Surfaceskins are door push pads and pull handles which self-clean in the VITAL SECONDS between one USER and the NEXT to help STOP spread of germs.

It only takes one person depositing germs on the door plate to potentially put subsequent users (seconds later), at risk.

It only takes one person depositing germs on the door plate to potentially put subsequent users (seconds later), at risk.

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Performance Data
& JOHI Publications

Scientific Talk by Professor Mark Wilcox:

The Potential of Surfaceskins:
Professor Mark Wilcox’s talk at the 2018 Health + Care Trade Show in London entitled: The Potential of Alcohol release door plates to reduce surface contamination during hand contact: A Surfaceskins Study.

Journal of Hospital Infection [JOHI] Studies on Surfaceskins.

JOHI Publication 1:
Efficacy Study to show the Potential of Alcohol release door plates to REDUCE surface contamination during hand Contact. co-written by Professor Mark Wilcox.

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JOHI Publication 2:
Study to show that Surfaceskins INCREASES hand hygiene compliance & awareness by 80%.

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