To who it may concern

We have been using the Handle Hygiene System in one of our Nursing Homes for the last six months and we are now intending to install the devices in all of our facilities.

The system was introduced to me by Maurice McDonagh on a trial basis early in 2015. I had some reservations about the product at the start in regards to the size of the device and concerns about spillage or damage that the cleaning agent could cause to the woodwork or ironmongery. Soon after the devices were installed my concerns were addressed in that the device is very neat and unobtrusive and the fine spray that comes from the device is virtually invisible. There has not been any damage or discolouration. 

The most important outcome is improved hand hygiene.  We have provided a lot of training for staff in hand hygiene but there are many other users of our door handles and now we are able to ensure that this risk of infection is reduced significantly in an effective and efficient manner.


Yours sincerely

Seamus Brady 

  • Where is Handle Hygiene for?

    A Handle Hygiene systems is extremely important on high contact door handles where bacterial cross-contamination would present a potential health risk.

    • Hospitals
    • Retirement homes
    • Schools and educational facilities
    • Doctors surgeries
    • Dentists
    • Food industry
    • Nurseries
    • Restaurants
    • Public Bars
    • Cinemas
    • Sporting venues
    • Hotels
    • Day care facilities
    • Cruise ships
    • Office buildings
    • Coffee shops
    • Banks