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Tomorrow’s Products Pump-able dispensing


with Rozalex

Rozalex, the British manufacturers of professional skincare products since 1929, are pleased to announce the launch of a new version of their legendary Dri-Guard barrier cream.

Rozalex Dri-Guard Easy PumpTM has all the inherent qualities and performance of the original Rozalex Dri-Guard barrier cream but is now pump-able!

Mobile BigSynk® provides hot water

exactly where needed The new mobile BigSynk®

from TEAL can be

conveniently located in hospital wards and corridors in the exact position it is needed.

With hand washing before and after patient contact one of the Department of Health’s main criteria for reducing hospital care acquired infections (HCAIs), the BigSynk® instant ablution solution which can be

provides an

Clean up your act with Zehnder Clean Air


Zehnder Clean Air Solutions, one of Europe’s leading providers of energy efficient, healthy and comfortable indoor climate systems, makes light work of industrial cleaning with a comprehensive solution to dust management.

Designed to remove and control high dust concentrations within production and distribution facilities, Zehnder Clean Air Solutions can significantly reduce cleaning costs by up to 70%. Moreover, assisting in meeting health and safety and hygiene

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Managing Director, Nick Angel, comments: “We are thrilled to be first to market with this innovation. Effective dry-work

creams have always been inherently viscous products but we have finally cracked the code!

“The product has the look and feel of our original Dri-Guard cream but with the added benefit of easy dispensing. We are initially

positioned at the point of maximum impact and convenience – to encourage staff and visitors to use it.

Several UK medical establishments have already purchased the BigSynk®

to enable

people to wash their hands before and after entering wards - at the Royal Free Hospital in London five units have been located in the Accident & Emergency

standards, Zehnder Clean Air Solutions improves indoor air quality; reducing the risk of product contamination and generally enhancing the overall working environment for employees. Additional benefits include

Department for this purpose.

Trolley based and completely mobile, the self-contained unit needs no plumbing or drainage connections and once plugged in provides up to 150 ten second hot washes.

It is perfect for providing bed-ridden patients with washing facilities or for nursing staff to use when giving bed baths.

TEAL will be displaying the BigSynk® at

healthcare and IPS events throughout the year. For orders, more information or to arrange a demonstration phone 0121 770 0593 or visit our website.

decreased machinery maintenance costs and the improved performance of existing HVAC and dehumidification equipment.

Utilizing the innovative Flimmer® filtration system Zehnder Clean Air Solutions uses electro-statically charged, fine polypropylene hairs to collect dust. This unique filtering technique provides an extremely high level of dust and particulate removal, whilst also maintaining the ‘clean air delivery rate’ through the equipment. Unlike human cleaning the units also work 365 days of the year and do not cause any disruption to on-going operations. 871871or visit our website.


launching this product in 250ml pump packs but will be following up in the Spring with a 3 litre version that can be wall mounted and dispensed using our high quality re-usable pump dispensing system.”

Rozalex Dri-Guard can be used in a multitude of applications for protection against mineral oils, diesel oils, greases, solvents, adhesives, lubricating compounds, printing inks and general dirt and grime.

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