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Studies have shown that a high percentage of hospital visitors still don’t make use of wall-mounted gel dispensers, either because they forget or don’t understand the importance of good hand hygiene. In response to this, a new door-handle gel dispenser has been introduced.

The Pure Hold Hygiene Handle, which has been successfully trialled in NHS hospitals in Portsmouth and Winchester and has shown


HEIGHTS Unfortunately, one work related injury occurs in the world every eight seconds; but with the right materials, coupled with best working practices, much of this injury is avoidable. Global lifting giant, Verlinde France, has reported

Winterhalter has added some environmentally friendly cleaners, sanitisers and soaps to its range of chemicals. All the new products are based on detergents, biocides or solvents derived from plants. However, they still deliver sparkling clean, hygienic results.


The new products include a surface glass cleaner which can be used on windows, mirrors, glass table tops and bar surfaces. Designed to keep the glass in tip top condition and smear-free, it will remove atmospheric

growing interest in their latest explosion proof and jib cranes, which are among the most in demand worldwide due to their flexibility and lifting power and are perfect for use in industrial and manufacturing environments as they enable goods to be easily moved around safely.

Cranes and lifting equipment forms the

grime, nicotine, smoke debris, oily deposits, finger marks, dust and dead insects. Winterhalter has also developed a new

to improve hand- hygiene compliance rates by up to 700%, is designed to replace a conventional pull-door handle, with a design that automatically dispenses sanitising gel directly into the hand when the user opens the door. It is built on a strong stainless steel frame and is approved for use on fire doors. The transparent reservoir can also be checked at a glance, and despite it having enough room for approximately

unseen backbone of the world’s developed societies. Many essential businesses could not function without them, and sophisticated equipment can be the difference for a business between profit and loss and the best equipment is critical to see reductions in accidents at work. Thomas Descamps, Managing Director of Verlinde, said: “Specifying the correct cranes with the right load

powdered detergent rejuvenator to remove rinse aid film from drinking glasses and extend their working life. This rejuvenator

1,300 uses of gel, additional reserves reduces the likelihood of the handle running out of gel, even in high footfall locations. The intelligent gel delivery system also ensures that just the right amount of gel is dispensed for the size of each hand, and that gel is spread onto the hand to avoid it dripping onto the floor. The user simply grabs the handle to open the door then rubs their hands together in the usual way.

ratios reduces the risk of injury and eliminates any down time due to accidents, so it is well worth the investment. Fatal accidents, while a personal tragedy, also have serious implications for owners for everything from investment and insurance needs, not to mention the loss of key employees.”

can also be used to pre-treat new drinking glasses, removing all traces of chemicals used in glass manufacture, especially the mould release agents, so they are even safer for customers to use.

Winterhalter provides a total solution for warewashing, from pre-sales advice to after-sales service, training and maintenance. Alongside its market-leading dish and glasswashers, the company’s range also includes utensil washers, advanced water treatment machines, cleaning chemicals and detergents. 27

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