ALCOHOL-BASED HAND GELS HAVE A LOW FLASH POINT SO ARE HAZARDOUS.
WHY TAKING THE RISK WHILE THERE IS A GREAT WATER-BASED ALTERNATIVE?
WATER-BASED VERSUS ALCOHOL-BASED & CHLORINE-BASED
- Alcohol-based sanitisers contain 60-80 % alcohol, have a flash point of 17 Degrees Celsius/63 Degrees Fahrenheit, therefore are flammable and HAZARDOUS.
- Although alcohol-based cleaners are a quick killer, only a small spectrum of bacteria is killed. It dries out skin and after application bacterial growth continues.
- Most cleaners have a PH value of 11, resulting in detoriation of cabin parts. Aerocare cleaners have a PH value of 7 so neutral and therefore harmless to cabin parts.
- To reduce the chance on viruses a broad spectrum of bacteria killing is required to disturb biofilm development.
- Aerocare water-based cleaners and sanitisers contain less than 0,0274% alcohol, no chlorine and are substantially more effective.