June 17, 2020 9:01 pm

Manufacturer of Exterior Maintenance Solutions Develops Hand Sanitizer

Techniseal, a division of Oldcastle APG has announced the addition of a new medical-grade hand sanitizer to its product offering

Techniseal®, a division of Oldcastle APG and renowned manufacturer of products for the installation and protection of outdoor hardscapes, announces the addition of a new medical-grade hand sanitizer to its product offering. With the introduction of hand sanitizer, the company goes beyond its core offerings to deliver a solution designed to support trade professionals and help keep the industry healthy and safe during the current pandemic and beyond.

Manufactured according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, Techniseal Hand Sanitizer complies with WHO-recommended guidelines for handrub formulas, with product strength designed to safeguard essential workers, first responders, and the general public against the risk of contamination. With 75% alcohol, each five-gallon box has a built-in lockable dispenser, allowing for easy use at sanitary checkpoints, or for mess-free filling and refilling of smaller-scale containers. Its antiseptic formula quickly rids hands of germs, bacteria and viruses at home, in the workplace and in public spaces.

“During this time, the pandemic has brought on many challenges for manufacturers and the supply chain. Demand for hand sanitizers continues to grow, and we recognize the need to keep our own employees and other trade professionals healthy and safe while on the job,” explains Sylvain Dulude, VP and General Manager, Techniseal. “We are excited to offer retailers, dealers and distributors with a product that utilizes a WHO-compliant formula and supports those in our industry that need access to products that help keep them safe and moving business forward.”

Techniseal Hand Sanitizer was first distributed to Oldcastle APG facilities across the US and Canada

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