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New formula Sansafe

cromwell-polythene-new-formula-sansafe-mic-dec-jan17Cromwell Polythene is re-launching its Sansafe hygienic bin liners, with a new formula, using recycled, rather than virgin material, as well as a more powerful scent additive. The liners are tested to ISO22196, offering antimicrobial protection to hygienic liners for sanitary and medical disposal services, waste management and janitorial sectors.

Manufactured with Biomaster anti-microbial technology, the biocide is added during the film extrusion process, ensuring the bags provide secure round-the-clock protection against harmful bacteria such as E.coli and Staph.aureus, while a powerful Scentmaster pine tree fragrance helps mask unpleasant odours, both inside and outside the liners. By using Sansafe liners the need to use a separate anti-microbial/bacterial product may be eliminated in most situations, saving operatives time and cost.

Measuring a generous 615mm x 590mm, the liners fit most 30-35 litre bins, while the white opaque film helps obscure the contents for discreet removal. The liners are packed in rolls of 25, 10 rolls per carton, with a guaranteed net box weight of 2.86kg.

“The new formula builds on the success we have enjoyed over the two years since we introduced the original Sansafe liners,” says Cromwell’s managing director James Lee. “This enhanced product provides superior product performance, while still representing a competitively priced alternative.”

For more information visit www.cromwellpolythene.co.uk, email info@cromwellpolythene.co.uk or call 01977 686868.


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