What makes SANI-99 a preferred hand and surface disinfectant?
- With SANI-99™ you can never run out of disinfectant. As long as you have a SANI-99 sachet with you, and have access to water and a container, you will have a powerful and an effective disinfectant.
- One SANI-99™ sachet weighs only 6g. This means that you can always carry sachets in your handbag, pocket or car without taking up any space.
- Because you don’t have to buy a new bottle every time when your disinfectant is finish, there is no comparison in affordability.
- Our company is against plastic contamination and therefore promotes with SANI-99™ ; “ONE BOTTLE FOR LIFE”.
- It is more effective and much safer to use than 70% alcohol-based products.
Is SANI-99 tested in an accredited laboratory?
SANI-99 is always tested in SANAS and European Standard ILAC-MRA accredited laboratories.
How effective is SANI-99™ as a disinfectant?
It has passed the stringent European Standards test across the globe.
- It has passed the EN1276, EN 13697, BS EN 1040-2005 and the EN 14476 corona virus test.
Has it been tested for the use of a hand sanitizer?
Yes. An additional EN 1276 test was done and it kills 99,999% pathogenic bacteria in 10, 20 and 30 seconds.
Is there a difference between a sanitiser and SANI-99™?
How long is SANI-99 effective after being sprayed on a surface?
As long it takes for the next contamination to take place.
What is the main difference between alcohol-based products & SANI-99™?
Is SANI-99 as a good sanitizer as a 70% alcohol-based product?
No. SANI-99 is better! It has a >5 log (99.999%) efficacy in 10 seconds and keeps gaining strength. SANI-99 is >6 Log (99,99995%) effective at 5 minutes.
When diluted at 70%, alcohol-based products will only have a 10-20 second window to kill pathogens. Thereafter its efficacy drops dramatically whereas SANI-99 increase in strength.
Why are people instructed by WHO and Government to buy 70% alcohol-based product and not SANI-99?
These two groups are not aware of alternative non-alcohol hand and surface disinfectants. They have been using alcohol for the past 50 years and have not moved on with time and technology. This mindset will hopefully change soon. If they knew of better alternatives, they would not have forced schools to use flammable and skin damaging alcohol-based products.