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PURELL® Advanced Moisturizing Foam Hand Rub


This green certified moisturizing foam hand rub has six different moisturizers for optimal skin conditioning. Clinically proven to improve skin condition in 14 days(1). This scientifically advanced, patent-pending 70% formulation outperforms other leading hand sanitizers milliliter for milliliter(2). Clinically proven to help maintain skin health(3). Compatible with latex, nitrile and vinyl gloves, and CHG. Meets EcoLogo™ hand sanitizer standard CCD-170 for environmental leadership and proven performance. Made from 100% naturally renewable ethanol. Readily biodegradable non-aerosol foam formula. Fragrance free and dye free.

1. Clinical field study #2011-F10232, April 2011 and clinical field study #2011-F10233, April 2011.
2. When tested using the ASTM E 1174 Healthcare Personnel Handwash test methodology, against other hand sanitizers commonly used in healthcare facilities, Study # 110103-101, April 5, 2011; # 100907-101, January 6, 2011; 111209-101, March 8, 2012; BioScience Laboratories, Bozeman, MT.
3. Clinical field study #2011-F10232, April 2011 and clinical field study #2011-F10233, April 2011.

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TFX™ 1200 mL Refill

  • Fresh dispensing valve with each refill
  • Refill snaps in place with audible click
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5395-02-CAN00

TFX™ 1200 mL Refill

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2720-12-CAN00PURELL® TFX™ Touch Free Dispenser

Health Canada Standards and Factors Influencing the Clinical Effectiveness of Alcohol-based Hand Rub (ABHR)
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Did You Know

The use of alcohol-based hand hygiene agents significantly increased when dispensers were placed in a conspicuous position close to the patient.1
1. Thomas et al. Conspicuous vs Customary Location of Hand Hygiene Agent Dispensers on Alcohol-Based Hand Hygiene Product Usage in an Intensive Care Unit. 109 (5) 263 – Journal of the American Osteopathic Association

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