Non- Alcohol Based Hand & Surface Sanitiser

Nilaqua 

Our sanitiser is unique and we are proud to support a sanitising solutions that uses innovative scientific technology, removing some of the clear problems associated to alcohol based materials, whilst providing a few significant benefits for our users. 

What Makes Nilaqua Unique

Hand & Surface Sanitiser
Key Features

  • No water or rinsing required
  • Kills up to 99.9999% of bacteria in 30s
  • Kills Norovirus, MRSA, E.coli, Salmonella, C-Diff, Listeria & more 
  • Alcohol free, hospital safe & vegan friendly  
  • Non-Flammable & Non-Toxic
  • Remains effective even when dry for up to 6 hours on hands & 30 days on surfaces
  • Fully compliant with Biocide regulations 
  • Tested for food safety & Halal compliant  
  • Safe to use on all skin types (don’t dry hands)
  • Suitable for all surfaces (non tainting)
  • Odourless

...& V Alcohol Based
 

  • Far improved on-hand time effectiveness
  • Much greater volumes of Alcohol based product to result in same effectiveness
  • Cost of Alcohol based products increasing
  • Availability of Alcohol based products reducing
  • Flammable and create H&S risks
  • Religious based issues due to alcohol content

What Do Our Customers Say?

‘’Nilaqua has been installed in our Mental Health units for nearly a year; our Trust has saved money, as well as providing an alcohol-free safe product that can be used by all our service users and their visitors. The product is eco-friendly and we have noted the difference in purchasing costs, which has decreased considerably. Hertfordshire Partnership is purchasing a lot less product and thus producing less plastic waste, whilst protecting our staff, visitors and service users. Nilaqua Sanitiser is effective and feels good, so it actually encourages greater usage by everyone using our services.

We are expanding the installation to cover all our estate across three counties.

Gary Inman.
Patient Environment & Monitoring Manager.
Hertfordshire Partnership University Foundation Trust and Hertfordshire
Community Trust