Hand disinfection with IZAEFFECT

Disinfection stand with contactless dispenser RS 108

Do you want to offer your customers, guests or employees a friendly and safe way to disinfect your hands?

TEST: EN1500

Purpose and use

Visitors to public spaces have been avoiding disinfection for some time because they have had unpleasant experiences with the application methods and the content of disinfectants. Either they receive too much product, or the application method is too complicated and it takes too long to find out how to dose the disinfectant. Many have already noticed changes on their skin - through the use of untested disinfectants, which dry out the skin and damage the top layers of the skin and, if used frequently, also endanger health.

RS 108

A very noticeable and nice disinfection stand RS 108 will be a friendly invitation to disinfection upon the guest's entry. By describing the biodegradable content that does not contain alcohol, the user is informed that, in addition to safety, both he and the environment are taken care of.

The metal stand with contactless battery dispenser offers the most economical and hygienically safest way. One liter of disinfectant is sufficient for 1200 doses. The disinfection device weighs 8,6 kg. The device requires 6 AA batteries for its operation.

Hand disinfection with IZAEFFECT

IZA effect for hand disinfection is a disinfectant based on hydrogen peroxide. For a number of years now, hydrogen peroxide has been applied for disinfection, due to its efficiency and absence of harmful impacts on human health or on the environment at low concentrations. IZA effect reacts with all organic substances, including biological membranes of bacteria, fungi, moulds, spores and viruses. This makes it an effective disinfectant to combat all these organisms. However, hydrogen peroxide is prone to fast decomposition. To prevent this, our innovative formulation extends its effective life and achieves full disinfectant capacity of destroying microorganisms

Disinfectant is laboratory tested on 30 people of different ages and skin types.


Disinfection of hands: Prior to disinfecting, thoroughly wash your hands. Dry and spray the hands. Let the agent dry. If the skin appears dry – tiny white spots on skin – this is an indication of dry skin; treatment with moisturising cream is recommended.