Dubai Lab Breakthrough Helps Build Safety In The Workforce.
UAE companies are capitalising on a Dubai laboratory breakthrough in their initiative to make safety certain in the workforce.
A sanitiser which simulates the human immune system to give security was at first created by water treatment experts at Culligan Middle East for use by the 400-strong
workforce in response to the Covid-19 breakout.
The surface area, as well as skin cell sanitisers, is now used in sanitisation tunnels welcoming staff members to work every morning at industrial sites across the UAE.
Thousands of gallons are utilized in electrical equipment spraying of Covid-19 screening stations, quarantine facilities, common locations, company transport, cranes and other places.
While a stream of other products have been banned for not adhering to safety and security policies,
Culligan Safe Guard 45 H 25 has been approved to the highest possible requirements and also is in usage at ports,
medical facilities, hotels, construction companies, food production firms, as well as exclusive as well as public
It is the result of a unique procedure by the lab team at the firm's Dubai Technopark plant to transform an existing water treatment product right into one providing the best combination of wide-ranging health protection and very low toxicity to humans. The sanitiser can be securely applied directly to the skin and also has many various other applications, from hotels, guest room to laundry.
" When the pandemic broke out we looked for a good hand sanitiser for our team, but couldn't discover.
anything suitable in the market," claimed Culligan Center East technical supervisor, Rodger Macfarlane.
" So I put on a lab layer and dealt with the team to adjust one of our water therapy products through a unique procedure.".
With a base of hypochlorous acid, a compound the body's leukocyte created normally to combat infection, it has been evaluated and also gone by Dubai Central Laboratory, certified both by Emirates Authority For Standardization and Dubai Town, as well. It was also separately examined by a recognized UK lab."