Control Logic branches out into sanitisers and disinfectants

Control Logic Pty Ltd

Monday, 06 April, 2020


Control Logic branches out into sanitisers and disinfectants

Industrial technology supplier Control Logic is branching out into food-safe hand sanitisers and disinfectants. The company has sourced a range of Australian-made sanitiser and disinfectant that is said to provide up to 24 hours of continuous protection and kills 99.99% of germs and bacteria. Manufactured by Fresche Bioscience, Pure South hand sanitisers and disinfectants are a simple and effective way to stop contact-based infection. The Pure South range is completely alcohol-free and will not dry, crack or damage hands, keeping skin soft and healthy, according to the manufacturers.

Traditional sanitisers kill bacteria by poison or high alcohol content. In contrast, Pure South sanitiser is a food-safe, water-based surface sanitiser that is applied and allowed to dry. It utilises Fresche Bioscience’s Quatlok technology to create an invisible microscopic layer of protection on skin that lasts up to 24 hours. Normal washing of the hands and drying with a towel will not affect efficacy.

The Pure South range of commercial-grade surface spray and disinfectant is said to protect surfaces up to 30 days untouched and eliminate odour-causing bacteria while inhibiting mould and mildew. Pure South surface spray will destroy bacteria on the treated surface and allowing the product to dry will coat the surface with a microscopic protective layer for continuous protection.

Pure South is Australian-made, eco-friendly and safe for humans, pets and plants, breaking down to form harmless organic compounds that are not environmentally damaging. This commercial-grade range is suitable for any industrial or commercial environment and is available to purchase online through Control Logic.

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