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Power Sep Antiseptic Hand Soap, case of 4 gallons

$61.95

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Product Description

Power Sep Antiseptic Hand Soap (02 AHS), case of 4 gallons

USDA Authorized (E2) for use as a hand washing and sanitizing compound, this pleasantly scented antiseptic soap has a rich, velvety lather that leaves your hands fresh and clean. It is manufactured using Parachlorometaxylenol (PCMX) which reduces skin bacteria, and was specifically developed for USDA Inspected Food Processing Establishments. This product works in unison with most refillable bulk soap dispensers including wall mounts and countertop pumps.

Ideal for a multitude of environments including: homes, office buildings, theaters, hotels, motels, barber shops, beauty salons, shipyards, warehouses, and retail stores.

Power Sep Antiseptic Hand Soap is a ready-to-use antiseptic soap. It has been premixed in exacting proportions during manufacturing, so you never have to measure or mix, or risk using a solution that's too strong to be safe or too weak to be effective. Ready-to-use products allow you to use the exact amount you need, thereby minimizing waste.

Specs:
pH: 9.5
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.013
COLOR: Pink
ODOR: None

Availability:
1 gal
4/1 gal (case)
55 gal drum (add 3-5 days)
Pallet of 48 (qty), 4/1 gal. cases


MSDS sheet available after purchase.

Related Products: Superior Antiseptic Hand Soap, Icy Clean Hand Sanitizer
  • Model: 02 AHS
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Power Sep Antiseptic Hand Soap, case of 4 gallons

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