How Are Hand Sanitisers Made

Healthy habits of hand hygiene are one of the most important components of preventing various diseases, viruses, and killing bacteria. It is one of the foundations of the healthcare environment. Not only is it important for self care and individual health, but it also plays an important part in the community. 

Simple hygiene habit of proper hand washing can save around a million lives per year. Taking this, and various other important benefits into consideration there has been a higher demand in the hand sanitisers and mass productions in hand sanitising products. 

To meet the following demand of mass production many more machines of hand sanitizer manufacturing have been available in recent years. 

How Are Hand Sanitisers Made
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Hand sanitiser manufacturing machine constituents

In general, the production part of hand sanitisers consist of sanitiser mixer, working platform, mixing preparation pot, essential pipes, control panels, and filters. 
Out of all the above mentioned components the hand sanitiser pot is considered to be the most important device in the process. Generally, it consists of inner containers, outer insulation layers, cooling water and steams, upper sapped adjustable mixing device, material feeding, discharging device, and temperature measuring device.

Keep in mind that hand sanitisers are a great handy on the go to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria, and stop the spread of viruses and various infectious diseases. So, in case you are having a hard time finding a proper place to wash your hands those are great methods to quickly and effectively sanitise your hands and still stay safe. 

At the same time, as the recent cases have shown, there can be times when it will be extremely hard to find hand sanitisers in local stores or pharmacies, and in that case you can as well turn into making your own hand sanitisers. 

A quick recipe (Gel) for hand sanitiser

Here are the ingredients you will need: 

  • Isopropyl alcohol 
  • Aloe vera gel 
  • Tea tree oil 

In order to have the final product you should start with mixing 3 parts of isopropyl alcohol to 1part aloe vera gel. For a pleasant scent simply add a few drops of tea tree oil and your hand sanitiser is ready.

The Spray Recipe

For a spraying hand sanitiser you will need 

  • Isopropyl alcohol 
  • Glycerol or glycerin 
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Distilled water
  • Spray bottle

Start with mixing 12 fluid ounces of alcohol with 2 teaspoons of glycerol. Glycerol is an important ingredient as it keeps alcohol from drying out your hands, but if you cannot find it, you can still proceed with the best of the recipe and simply try to moisturise your hands after using the sanitiser. 

Afterwards, take 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide, and mix it with 3 fluid ounces of distilled or boiled (then cooled) water. Load the solution into spray bottles as it’s a spray solution. You can as well use it with wetting a paper towel and use that as a wipe.

Concluding thoughts

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