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8oz HAND SANITIZER - FOAMING - 70% Alcohol - W.H.O. Recommended Ingredients Included
8oz HAND SANITIZER - FOAMING - 70% Alcohol - W.H.O. Recommended Ingredients Included

8oz HAND SANITIZER - FOAMING - 70% Alcohol - W.H.O. Recommended Ingredients Included

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Country of Origin: USA Volume: 8 fl oz Color: Clear Length (inches): 2.25 Width (inches): 5 Height (inches): 5.75 Net Weight (lb.): 0.48 C.O.A. / G.C. Link: Skin Safe: Yes

HAND SANITIZER - 70% Alcohol - W.H.O. Recommended Ingredients included - According to the NIH; logistic, economic, safety, cultural, and religious factors have all been carefully considered by W.H.O. before recommending any ingredients. NIH also reports that at present, alcohol-based handrubs are the only known means for rapidly and effectively inactivating a wide array of potentially harmful microorganisms on hands. Further stating that for optimal compliance with hand hygiene, handrubs should be readily available, either through dispensers close to the point of care or in small bottles for on-person carriage. Each active Ingredient is pharmaceutical quality. Bottles have been kept in quarantine for 72 hours allowing the required time for any spores present in the alcohol or the new bottles to be eliminated by H2O2 (Hydrogen Peroxide).

Shipped to you in a refillable HDPE container with a resealable cap.

DIRECTIONS: Apply a palmful of alcohol-based handrub and cover all surfaces of the hands, rub hands until dry.

Final Concentrations of each ingredient:

      • ethanol


      • For external use only.
      • Service Industry Employees
      • Educational Facilities
      • Health Care Facilities
      • In areas lacking accessibility to sinks or other facilities for had hygiene (including clean water, towels, etc.)
      • Promotes hand hygiene compliance
      • Faster process for hand hygiene
      • More convenient hand hygiene
      • Hygienic Hand Antisepsis
      • An antimicrobial handrub
      • Presurgical Hand Preparation



ODOR: maybe unpleasant, but characteristic, not a deterent to use

REFILLING: Do not refill bottle without strict adherence to GMP ("Good Manufacturing Practices") and norms for cleaning and disinfecting the bottle(s) (e.g. autoclaving or thermal disinfecting is preferred but boiling or chemical disinfection with chlorine for the requisite time frame is also acceptable if done properly).

OTHER ADDITIVES (or adulteration) to the formulation:

      • It is strongly recommended that no other ingredients be added except as specified here.
      • Addition of other additives not specified here will require full justification, documented safety, compatibility with the other ingredients, must be free of viable bacterial spores, plus relevant details included on the product label.
      • Alcohol % by v/v: must remain at 70% v/v or higher
      • Other Humectants or Emollients: Must be miscible in water AND alcohol, non-toxic, and hypoallergenic.
      • Colorants: may be added so long as safe and compatible with the essential components.
      • Gelling Agents: may compromise antimicrobial efficacy as well as present product difficulties.
      • Fragrances: not recommended due to allergen risks.

STORAGE: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep away from flame and heat. Keep container closed to prevent evaporation and contamination. Recommend storage in the container provided to protect the product from heat and contamination.


In Chemistry, there are 3 main types of alcohol:

  • Ethyl (commonly called grain alcohol and ethanol) is the typical alcohol used for drinking/spirits.
  • Methyl (commonly called methanol) is typically used as an industrial solvent.
  • Isopropyl (commonly called rubbing alcohol) is typically used for disinfecting.

So what do all these other numbers mean: 12-A, SDA 35, etc...? The U.S. government regulates alcohol distribution in the U.S. and for export. This is done via the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (called the "TTB", a division of the U.S. Department of the Treasury). TTB has promulgated regulations. Those regulations are codified in the Code of Federal Regulations ("CFR"). Those regulations contain multiple formulas for varying types of alcohol and for various authorized uses. Of course, the formulas began with Formula No. 1. Then there were more formulas and each was sequentially numbered. Sometimes, a formula required a slight deviation of denaturant, use, etc. To maintain order and keep similar related formulas together, a letter after the formula number was added. The "SDA" merely denotes Specially Denatured Alcohol. Essential Depot's Sanitizer utilizes ethyl alcohol that has been specially denatured in compliance with alcohol denaturing Formula 40-B of the Code of Federal Regulations.

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