Foam Pump Soap is not as Effective as Liquid Soap in Eliminating Hand Microbial Flora

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Foam Pump(KEXON) soaps are aerosolized liquid soaps dispensed through a special pump mechanism. Currently there are no studies comparing liquid soap with foam soap in regard to efficacy of reducing hand microbial burden. In 3 separate experiments and with 2 different brands of foam soap, it was observed that nonantimicrobial foam soap was not as effective in reducing hand bacterial load as the liquid soap.

The Foam Pump soap dispenser provides a large volume of foam in a single dose making this an ultra-economical choice for hand washing. Designed for all hand washing environments, the dispenser has a large 27 ounce/2000 dose cartridge and incorporates a number of service-friendly features.

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