THE WATER HC Rapid25 is the latest innovation from Clearwater, designed to detect Legionella in just 25 minutes.

There are various measures for controlling the Legionella risk and protecting staff, guests and visitors in and around your premises from the fatal impact of Legionnaire’s disease. But Legionella can be hard to detect. Even when you think you have the correct measures in place, Legionella could be thriving in your water system.

Reducing exposure with rapid detection

Regular water testing will determine the level of risk in your water system. Typically, this takes 10-12 days which leaves plenty of opportunity

for contamination to occur. This is why Clearwater has developed HC Rapid25, the world’s fastest Legionella testing kit which detects Legionella in just 25 minutes.

Quick, simple and easy to use

HC Rapid25 is the world’s only genuine field test, providing rapid results at the sample point. Following

simple instructions, your staff will be able to test for Legionella with no specialist training required.

Manage the risk and stay on top of compliance with HC Rapid 25, the world’s fastest Legionella testing kit from Clearwater.

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GOJO can help implement effective hand and surface hygiene regimes.

This includes supplying innovative dispensers and fully virucidal formulas with short contact times, as well as offering practical support, best practice training and awareness- raising signage and leaflets to influence hygienic behaviour. The solution also offers PURELL SMARTLINK™ technology, consisting of two mobile smart apps that measure hand hygiene compliance and monitor dispenser health.


THIS WINTER This winter, GOJO, the inventors of PURELL, is advocating a ‘Total Solution’ approach to hand hygiene, in an effort to boost winter wellness and lessen the impact of seasonal viruses. This approach involves a combination of specialist formulations, innovative dispensers and compliant hand hygiene behaviour, helping to keep both people and places healthy. Good hand hygiene is one of the most effective measures to prevent the spread of infection; and is particularly pertinent at this time of year, when viral illnesses tend to increase.


Highly contagious infections such as the common cold, influenza, and norovirus peak during the winter months. Such viruses are transmitted through contact with others via the hands and surfaces, yet hundreds of studies have shown that good hand hygiene can break this chain of infection, helping to prevent the spread of germs and reduce the chances of getting sick in the first place.

The PURELL SOLUTION from GOJO, combines scientific expertise, effective formulations and state- of-the-art technology to promote hygienic and compliant hand hygiene behaviour. Working in partnership with FM and healthcare managers,

Chris Wakefield, Vice President, European Marketing & Product Development, GOJO Industries- Europe Ltd commented: “As a founder member of the World Health Organization (WHO) Private Organizations for Patient Safety group, GOJO is a strong advocate of the ‘total solution’ approach to making hand hygiene second nature to everyone. This simple act can make a huge difference to health, not only ensuring personal well- being during the colder months, but also offering business benefits. After all, a healthier workforce will offer greater productivity, and businesses will lose fewer days to sickness.”

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