Allegro Introduces New Sanizide Products

Allegro Introduces New Sanizide Products

Press Release Dec 19, 2012

PIEDMONT, SC—Allegro Industries offers four convenient cleaning and disinfecting products to keep the workplace environment safe. The Liquid Respirator Cleaning & Disinfectant is available in a gallon jug with handle. The EPA registered liquid formulation is effective against: TB, HIV, Hepatitis A, B, & C, MRSA, VISA, VRE and CA-MRSA making this multi-use product effective for respirators as well as on floors, walls, metal surfaces, tiles or anywhere normally treated with a disinfectant. The ready to use Cleaner & Disinfectant Spray comes in a 32-oz. trigger spray bottle which is ideal for quick and easy cleaning and disinfecting. The ready-to-use Germicidal Wipes Canister provides convenient wipes that are pre-saturated and provide protection against TB, MRSA, VRE, E Coli and more in 10 minutes and HIV-1 in 2 minutes. The Germicidal Wipes Box features 50 individually packaged pre-saturated wipes offering the same effectiveness and are meant for use on hard, non-porous surfaces.

The Respirator Cleaning Kit with Dry Soap includes 90 half-ounce packets of water-soluble cleaner, air bulb, bucket, brush, and 100 sterile storage bags with seals. The Respirator Cleaning Kit with Liquid Cleaner now features the convenience of the 1-gallon, alcohol-free, liquid Sanizide germicidal disinfectant soap. The liquid is EPA registered and dilutes 1-oz. to 1 gallon. It cleans grease and grime effectively as well as disinfects against viral and bacterial content, yet is mild enough to retain the integrity of the respirator and its parts. The kit comes with a large, two-sided 17-quart bucket, with a carry handle, for cleaning separation. 100 disposable storage bags with pressure sensitive seals are stored in a 21" x 11" x 8" re-usable bag with a zip lock seal for added convenience.

Allegro can now be followed on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to keep customers up to date with the latest product introductions, updates in the industry and videos made available. Links to each site can be found on Allegro’s website at www.allegrosafety.com.

With 25 years in the safety industry, Allegro designs and manufactures their products for maximum convenience and ease of use in the field. All their products are backed by outstanding customer service, technical support and fast delivery. For more information, please call 800/622-3530 or visit www.allegrosafety.com.

 

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