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Shop Towels That Wow: Sontara Multi-purpose Wipes

Sontara Multi-Purpose Textured Shop Towels, 12 x 13 in.
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Featuring: Dupont Sontara Multi-Purpose 12” X 13” Shop Towel Wipes – MP1213WT 

High-Performing, Ultra-Clean Cellulose / Polyester Wipers

Shop Towels That Wow

Finally a shop towel that traps and removes thick gooey liquids, greases, and dirt! Ink, oil, paint, resin, and syrup don’t stand a chance. These wipes are also great for scrubbing away build-up like carbon. It cleans without damaging the surface like abrasive pads can. 

Disposable and economical. Throw them away when you’re done. Eliminates your laundry costs and minimizes cross-contamination.

Shop Towels Made in the Cleanest, Strongest Way

Did you know Sontara produces wipes with proprietary technology using powerful water jets? This technique entangles the fabric together while also washing it. This makes high-performing, ultra-clean, low-lint wipes and towels. All without any binders, chemicals, or adhesives to contaminate your work! Sontara wipes are the only choice if you’re looking for quality and high performance.

Wipes that won’t fall apart or snag

Sontara Multi-Purpose Textured Shop Towels, 12 x 13 in.
Sontara Multi-Purpose Textured Shop Towels, 12 x 13 in.

These towels won’t fall apart on you or snag on corners like other wipes. 

Wipes away most anything, even the competition! Get the job done right and fast at an affordable price with Sontara multipurpose shop towels wipes. 

The perfect wipe for these jobs and more:

  • Maintenance Bays
  • Mechanic Shops and Garages
  • Facilities
  • Non-Cleanroom Production Lines
  • Manufacturing
  • Food Processing Equipment
  • Hauling
  • Boats
  • Trucking
  • Farms and Tractors
  • and so much more

Towels with Trapping Texture

Textured crepe design made of spunlace polyester/cellulose fabric gives extra scrubbing and trapping power. Plus they’re non-abrasive, so they won’t scratch your projects. No contaminants stand in your way with Sontara multipurpose wipes! Packaged pre-folded in quarters. Unfolds to a length of 12” and width of 13”. Big or small enough for almost any task. 

Pro Tip: Remember for the best performance, use your wipes folded! Wipe in ¼ folds, or halves. This lets you use more wiping surfaces and layers of absorbency, so you get the most out of your wipes. Wipe up, then use the other side! For cleaner jobs you can even fold them over again and get even more out of your shop towels. Careful not to cross-contaminate in sensitive areas. If your wipe is full and dirty, grab another one!

Try out Sontara Multipurpose wipes on your next shop job. 

You’ll see and feel the difference! 

Top 5 Reasons to try Sontara Multipurpose Shop Towels:

  1. Debri-trapping texture and strength by design
  2. Scrubs away built-up contamination without damaging surfaces
  3. Ultra-clean from the start
  4. minimizes cross-contamination by being disposable
  5. Great for cleaning equipment, facility maintenance, production areas, lab operations, and more!
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Preparing Supplies for Pandemics

Pandemics and wide-ranging outbreaks claim millions of lives, economic meltdowns, affect public health, and disrupt societies. It is not enough to wait for the pandemic to start spreading before taking precautions against large scale outbreaks.  It would help if you got prepared by creating a foundation against the spread.

Effective preparedness of pandemic supplies and complemented efforts will strengthen systems and prevent further spread. In this article, you will learn the key measures to put in place before and during a pandemic.

What to do before a Pandemic

First of all, don’t panic. The sound of the word pandemic may be scary, but it doesn’t mean it cannot be contained. It is good to be prepared to avoid short notice rush.  Here are some things you could do before a pandemic occurs.

  • Make plans of what measures you will take in case your family members are affected.
  • Store up additional stock both foodstuff and health care prevention products
  • Stock up essential drugs as prescribed
  • Create easy access to details of your medical records and personal health

Health Care Plans to Consider During a Pandemic

When there is an outbreak in your community, you need to take measures to limit the spread of germs by practicing good hygiene. It will help prevent infection.  As much as you may want to avoid contact with the infected people, it would be best if you had practical measures. Below are the health care items that you will need.

Health Pandemic Supplies

Disinfectant Cleaners

Disinfectant Cleaners, Wipes, and Sprays

Disinfection is the use of chemicals to kill germs on surfaces.  It protects against infection during a pandemic, which lowers the risks of spreading the virus. It can be used at home, in the hospital, and even in a market place. 

You need to be patient when disinfecting surfaces because some disinfectants take time to penetrate the surface for effective results. The concentration and temperatures of the disinfectants are different, depending on the type you are using. You need to study the manufactures recommendations before using the chemicals carefully.

Protective Gloves

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Disposable Gloves in Latex, Nitrile, Vinyl, and Poly

You need to wear gloves during a pandemic to avoid contact with bodily fluids, blood, excretions, or contaminated surfaces. Your gloves need to be clean all the time. Change them after every task on every patient. You may change gloves more than two times on one patient, depending on how long the treatment takes. It is because some gloves may contain a high concentration of microorganisms.

Two major factors to consider when choosing gloves are; barrier protection and allergen content. Maximize its effectiveness by choosing reliable and experienced glove manufacture. You will be sure of the good quality of the gloves and constant availability.

Cleaning Supplies

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All-Purpose Cleaning Supplies and Wipes

Cleaning supplies help in the removal of germs, dirt, and impurities, which lowers the risk of spreading germs during a pandemic. There need to be practical routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces to avoid spread. Some of the cleaning supplies you need are;

  • All-purpose cleaners
  • Abrasive cleaners
  • Liquid detergents
  • Wipes

Face Masks

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Disposable Face Shields, Reusable Cotton Face Masks

Using face masks in public reduces the spread of infection. They minimize the excretion of respiratory droplets from infected people. Consider using face masks in congested places such as the market, public transport, etc.

Two types of face masks include, medical and non-medical. Prioritize the use of medical masks because it reduces the risks of transmission to zero, as compared to non-medical ones.

Disposable Gowns

Disposable Isolation Gowns

Gowns are used by hospital patients. They give easy access to the medical staff for the part of the body to be treated. Types of hospital gowns you need include;

  • Open Back gowns
  • Tie closure gowns
  •  IV gowns
  • Dignity Gowns
  • Snap closure
  • Disposable gowns

 Respirators

Dust Masks and Respirators

A respirator is a protective tool designed to protect people from inhaling hazardous air. The device covers the mouth and face, and in most cases, they cover the whole face of the entire head.  Types of respirators include;

  • Air purifying
  • Airline respirators
  • Hoods or helmets
  • Tight-fitting half masks
  • Breathing apparatus

A quote from Helene Munson says, “Behind the mask beats a loving heart, willing to save others.”

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Are You Safe from ESD?

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is an abrupt electrical flow between two electrically charged objects caused by contact between the objects. Lightning exemplifies the concept of ESD. On a smaller scale, the human body is able to carry a charge and cause ESD when touching another charged object.

What is ESD Safe?

ESD Safe matting, apparel, gloves, swabs, wipes, and other supplies help ensure your environment is safe from electrostatic discharges (ESD) as much as possible. Very small discharges from static electricity can cause irreparable damage to sensitive components and electronics.

Even tables can carry a charge, causing contaminants to stick to them. Besides airborne particles attaching to surfaces, ESD from humans can damage electronics and semiconductors and can cause electrical failure.

ESD Safe products are designed to be non-conductive or to  “cage” and dissipate harmful electrostatic discharges.

To prevent damage in a manufacturing or lab setting, workers wear ESD gloves.

Why do you need ESD Gloves?

ESD Gloves Do 3 Things:

  1. Prevent static generation
  2. Dissipate or Shield electrostatic charges
  3. Protects material from particulate contamination

ESD Gloves, no matter the material, control electrical flows around the material. Instead of a quick burst of lightning, the ESD gloves provide a way for the electric charge to dissipate slowly without damage to electronics. 

Manufacturing electronics without ESD Gloves may not cause any immediate or noticeable damage. Humans only notice ESD greater than 3500 volts; however, an ESD of as little as 20 volts can cause electronic damage.

Electronics that have undergone an electrostatic discharge onto them may experience equipment failure months later. Therefore, to manufacture the highest quality products, ESD Gloves are needed for employees that interact with delicate equipment susceptible to damage from ESD and skin contaminants. 

Which ESD Glove Material is best?

Nitrile is the industry standard for ESD gloves. Found in Biotech, Electronic, and Pharmaceutical manufacturing, nitrile gloves are the industry workhorse. The material is naturally anti-static, puncture resistant, chemical-resistant, and durable, making nitrile the best choice for cleanroom applications.

Workers find nitrile gloves to be more comfortable than other materials because of its “memory” that molds well to the individual’s hand.

Nitrile, unlike latex, continues to be comfortable throughout a shift. Whenever a worker needs hand protection, it is best to choose nitrile as it provides the best barrier protection against cuts and chemicals.

Without sufficient protection, chemicals can seep into the skin and cause contamination, making nitrile gloves the best choice for applications involving chemicals.

However, nitrile is not compatible with aromatic solvents and ketones commonly found in paints and adhesives. For applications involving aromatic solvents, multiple types of glove material must be provided to maximize safety.

Nylon is used frequently in electronic manufacturing and handling because of nylon’s dexterity. Nylon is not suitable for cleanroom environments “due to their very high non-volatile residue values”.

A Higher NVR values correlates to a lower surface resistance, which decreases ESD strength in high humidity environments. The material, generally coated with a polyurethane-coat, reduces static while increasing grip.

The polyurethane coating is non-porous, preventing skin contaminants and oils from seeping onto equipment. It allows workers to maximize precision and dexterity by retaining touch-sensitivity and by increasing grip without feeling “sticky”.

Workers won’t have to worry about their glove sticking to any material. The polyurethane-coat provides additional puncture resistance and prevents against the glove shedding its material in high volume applications. Additionally, nylon gloves are compatible with all touchscreen devices.

Latex is the most common material for gloves. Normal Latex gloves generate static, so for cleanroom environments latex gloves include an anti-static additive to prevent ESD.

Latex, even with the additive, is the most affordable choice for ESD gloves. However, ESD Latex gloves have the same downsides as any latex glove.

Some employees will be allergic to the material and others will find it uncomfortable for extended periods of time. Latex gloves also have a shorter shelf life than Nitrile. When working with sharp materials, Latex does not have the puncture resistance as Nitrile or Nylon.

In general, Nitrile is the most comfortable, durable, and puncture resistant material for ESD gloves.

ESD Gloves May Not Be Enough

When working with delicate electronic components susceptible to damage from human contamination, ESD gloves are necessary.

However, other static control procedures and devices will provide protection beyond a single employee’s hands. To minimize static electricity and damaging particulates, there are also ESD shoes, mats, and wrist straps to fully ground employees entering sensitive environments.

When working with sensitive equipment, ESD swabs protect from static damage. No matter your environment, ESD is controllable and damage is easy to minimize with the proper products.

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Clean Optical Surfaces with Microfiber

Great care goes into the manufacturing and finishing of optical surfaces, and there are many challenges that can compromise finished product integrity. These optical devices include multiple applications, from consumer to industrial, in a variety of industries such as; automotive, electronic displays, sensors, mirrors, eye-glasses, solar cells, and more.

Typically, there are several process steps involved in the making of optical surfaces, including deposition of thin films, lamination of multiple layers, integration into device, and packaging. Virtually, any damage or defect results in total loss. Many types of contaminant may be present (manufacturing residue, fiber, oils, etc.), and most common materials would damage the exposed surface upon contact.

Microfiber Wipes

TekniPure has developed a family of microfiber wipe substrates ideally suited for these critical cleaning applications; as non-woven, woven, and knit. These products feature outstanding cleanliness and fiber retention with maximum surface area for effective scratch free cleaning of optical surfaces.

Mixed Weave Microfiber

Non-woven microfiber provides an exceptional barrier and cellulose free cleaning material for exposed optics at an economical cost. However, the best material for cleaning critical optics is our mixed weave microfiber wiper. The random textured surface is constructed extremely tight, yet is soft, and therefore provides excellent “pick-up” force, safe for use on any optical. This mixed weave microfiber wiper fabric provides safe handling, best cleaning yields, and peace of mind for management.

Our mixed weave microfiber wipers are available in many sizes and configurations, cleanroom laundered, pre-saturated, and with sealed edges or borders for maximum fiber retention. Use Teknipure microfiber wipes and swabs in any controlled environment (ISO 3-7) and watch your cleaning yields improve. We are the premier source for Knit, Woven, and Non-woven microfiber critical cleaning products.
For more information about these Teknipure products or to request a sample, visit www.Teknipure.com or call 844-309-2376.

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Listeria – The Risks Involved

Listeria is a type of bacteria that causes listeriosis, a serious illness with a fatality rate of 20%. Most cases involve hospitalization. Children, elderly, and adults with weakened immune systems are most susceptible. Healthy adults may avoid listeriosis, but are still susceptible to gastroenteritis. Vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea are the most common symptoms. If the bacteria spreads beyond the gut, a fever may arise. Some doctors may mistakenly diagnose patients with “stomach flu,” although listeria is not related to influenza. A bacterial culture verifies listeriosis.

Listeria Risks

Listeria is common in the food services industry. It is impossible to prevent this bacteria from entering your setting. It survives extreme cold, acidic, and oxygen deprived environments. Refrigeration and freezing do not prevent listeria growth. In fact, listeria continues to grow in the cold. Because of its durability, the only way to prevent listeria contamination is through proper training and procedures. Cleaning and sanitizing equipment is not enough. Listeria can survive in HVAC systems, floors, crevices, or hard to reach places. Without sufficient procedures, your company may be liable for any lapses that cause a listeria outbreak. Fines, fees, and litigation will increase costs on top of product recalls and reputation damage.

Cleaning and Sanitizing to Prevent Listeria

Safety is the first priority for the food industry. Cleaning and Sanitizing (C&S) are the key components to fulfill your responsibility. Cleaning involves removing all surface level contaminants such as food, oil, and dirt. Bacteria cling to these contaminants and block chemicals from reaching the surface. All work surfaces require cleaning including walls, drains, and floors.

All machinery should be broken down into its base components in order to properly sanitize each element. Bacteria festers in hard to reach places. Once a significant amount of bacteria congregate in one area, it forms a biofilm that can prevent proper sanitization.

Biofilms

It is common for drains to contain biofilms. Because they are overlooked and cleaned less often, it can be ground zero for a listeria outbreak in your facility. If a drain contains a biofilm, then cleaning and sanitizing will not be sufficient. The bacteria will spread onto the floor through the drain onto employee boots and clothes. If a pressurized washer is used to clean drains, then the blast will spread listeria through the air onto equipment. If drains flood, production should be ceased immediately. Slot drain systems prevent bacteria from festering. Otherwise, frequent cleaning is the best way to prevent biofilms and listeria.

Detergents

Solvents, detergents, acids, and abrasive cleaners are the most common cleaners used.

Detergents are useful for lifting most soil from the surface. For grease, solvent cleaners can be used even when grease has burned onto the surface. Acid cleaners are used on mineral deposits such as hard water. Abrasive cleaners remove significant soil accumulations, generally in small areas. Because of its abrasive qualities, its use should be limited to surfaces unable to be cleaned by a detergent.

Surfaces must be cleaned of all organic material. Bacteria feeds off organic material and prevents proper sanitization.

Cleaners do not remove all microorganisms and bacteria. Sanitizers must be used in conjunction with cleaners.

Sanitizing

Sanitizing proceeds cleaning. It involves applying chemicals or heat to a cleaned surface. Although sanitization does not sterilize an environment, it is sufficient for most settings. Heat is useful because listeria cannot survive past 149 degrees fahrenheit or 60 degrees celsius. Properly cooked food will not contain listeria if it is heated past 149 degrees. Dishwashers reach this temperature and thus too are effective means to sanitize.

Chemicals are used for food-contact surfaces. Chlorine, iodine, and  quaternary ammonium compounds are all approved for food-contact surfaces.

Chlorine

Chlorine is the most common sanitizer. It is effective against bacteria, fungi, and viruses along with all spores. Salmonella, cryptosporidium, and giardia are all resistant to chlorine. In instances involving chlorine resistant microorganisms, quaternary ammonium compounds work effectively. Chlorine is not effective against biofilms and is toxic when inhaled and when in contact with skin. There is a positive residual effect that keeps the surface free of bacteria for a limited time.

Iodine

Iodine is an acid sanitizer. It is effective against bacteria, fungi, viruses, and tuberculosis. Iodine has a slight resistance to listeria, meaning longer exposure times are necessary. To remove a listeria infested biofilm with iodine, soak the film. Because iodine is an acid, be careful when it comes into contact with other sanitizers. Chlorine mixed with an acid produces a deadly, toxic gas. If exposed, immediately remove everyone from the environment. Iodine is also extremely corrosive and causes chemical burns on the skin.

Proper protection is required when cleaning with acids like iodine.

Quaternary

Quaternary ammonium cleaner is effective against vegetative bacteria. Vegetative bacteria is bacteria that is not growing. QA is effective against biofilms and does not require soaking time like iodine. Like chlorine, QA provides residual activity keeping the surface sanitized for a limited time. It works against hard water although QA itself is not corrosive.

Sanitizers

Sanitizers react differently depending on the surface. Plastic, glass, metal, and wood may require different chemicals to properly sanitize. For food environments, this may not be as important. It is critical to understand the microorganisms that thrive in your environment to prepare proper sanitization procedures. For example, if you have a biofilm with listeria, then your iodine sanitizer may not be enough if the film is not soaked for an adequate time. In that case, QA could be used. Send environmental samples to labs in order to sanitize properly.

Sampling For Lab Tests

Listeria is unique in that contaminated foods appear and taste normal. Because of this, environmental monitoring should be a part of every facility procedures, along with a cleaning and sanitizing program. Swab sample collection will keep your facility safe. Samples will identify listeria and other pathogens.

Once you know what pathogens live in your environment, you will be able to use the right sanitizers to protect your customers.

Environmental sampling kits are designed to increase sample count through their large, foam-tipped swabs. In all kits, a swab is secured to the screw-cap in leak-resistant tubes. To test, remove the swab and wipe the sample area while rotating the swab. Return the swab to the tube and secure the cap. Laboratory analysis should be completed within 4 hours. Samples can be refrigerated for up to 24 hours at 35-39 degrees fahrenheit or 2-4 degrees celsius.

To prevent sample sanitizer contamination, sampling swabs come pre-moistened with neutralizing solutions. Neutralizing solutions can interact with microorganisms, potentially harming the pathogens you hope to test. To prevent this, your swab needs to be tailored to your environment. Contact our customer service if you need advice on which swab is best for you.

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Waffletechnology® Cleaning Cards: Everything You Need to Know

Waffletechnology® by KICTeam is the king in cleaning cards technology worldwide. Regular use of card cleaners can eliminate the frustration of card failure due to a dirty card reader.

Waffletechnology® cleaning cards to prevent expensive maintenance, replacement cost, and reducing the results of failed transaction on your card; this ensures total efficiency and reliability to your customers. This product is designed to give you a five-star level unmatched cleanness of your card reader.

How do Waffletechnology® Cleaning Cards work?

You can place your bet on Waffletechnology® cleaning cards since they are engineered to flexibly assimilate dirt from the raised platform on both top and bottom surfaces. The cleaning platforms are basically loaded with springs, to increase the pressure significantly to the internal components as the card is passing through the mechanism.

When the cleaning pressure is increased the platforms springs up on the surface to clean the adjourned sensors, as well as cleaning thoroughly the leading and trailing surfaces surrounding the optical lenses.

Flat cleaning cards cannot clean the optical lenses perfectly since they do not touch the recessed sensors and at best they can only come into contact with tip if the convex tip. The engineering behind Waffletechnology® cleaning card is designed not to be flat, thus thoroughly cleaning all the sensors.

How to handle Waffletechnology® Cleaning Cards

Due to environmental conditions and a increased number of user’s transaction, devices gather a lot of dust, paper flash, oils, dirt and small sand particles that can cause your devices to underperform or fail.

Waffletechnology® works hand in hand with OEM to design products to clean their devices such as:

  • Card readers
  • Check scanners
  • Thermal printers
  • Currency counters
  • MICR or check readers
  • Bill acceptors

Cleaning a Card Reader with a Cleaning Card:

There are many types of card readers today such as EMV smart cards which can be either chip readers or pin readers, credit card reads and debit card readers, mobile payment methods and security control access doors to homes or lodging door locks.
The use of cleaning cards once in a week helps avoid card malfunction.

Risks of not cleaning your Card reader

  • Increased customer embarrassment because the reader fails to read the card properly.
  • Increased number of slower transactions and long lines that will frustrate your customers; this can cause your customers to look for better same services in other places.
  • Increased transaction fees and fraud due to manual entry.
  • Higher cost for maintenance services or exchange of your device
  • Poor first impression to your customers.

Cleaning Check Scanners:

This is a device used in banks and offices that process their payments by check internally. Use of cleaning cards helps remove dirt from lenses, check paths and, rollers leaving the device in perfect condition.

Check Scanner Cleaning Cards are used to remove sand particles oils that accumulate during normal operations in a day. The device requires to be cleaned after 2000, scans or once in a week to maintain credibility.

Effects of not cleaning your check scanners

  • Mis-Reads because of poor image quality.
  • Checks jamming.
  • Increased cost of maintenance.
  • Panic repair attempts.

Cleaning Thermal Printers:

Thermal printer can accumulate paper flash and label residue with each use.  This can cause more errors on your print on your print material as well as jams.
Using Waffletechnology® cleaning card to clean the print head and platen rollers regularly increases the life of your printer and reduces down time.

Risks of not cleaning your Thermal printer:

  • Reduce the life of your print head.
  • It can cause printing of faded receipts or poor barcodes prints.
  • Reprints and wasted labels or paper.
  • Increased cost of maintenance
  • Multiple self-troubleshooting attempts which could damage your printer

Cleaning Currency Counter Machines:

Did you know that money is dirty?  Currency leaves oil and soil particles in the device during normal operation. The accumulating dirt can cause rollers to slip and the sensors to fail.

It is wise to use Waffletechnology® cleaning cards to clean the device quickly and effectively.

Risks of not cleaning your Currency Counter Machines:

  • High and hidden service cost.
  • High cost of repairs.
  • Counting errors which can be costly.

Cleaning MICR or Check Reader Machine:

MICR use magnetic heads to read and determine the coded account number and bank routine number on a check. During normal operations the device can accumulate contaminants such dirt which can cause read errors.

Risk of not cleaning your MICR or Check Reader Machine:

  • Increased labor cost to research poor images.
  • Read errors and increased cases of jamming.

Cleaning Bill Acceptors:

Waffletechnology Cash Acceptor Cleaning Cards, 15/Box
Waffletechnology MICR / Check Reader Cleaning Card, 15/box
Unique Waffletechnology Cleans better than traditional flat cards.

Bill acceptors determines paper currency by use optical lenses and magnetic sensors. There are many models bill acceptors such as banknotes acceptors, self-checkouts, payment kiosk, bill validators, ATM deposit and counterfeit detectors.

Risks of not cleaning  your Bill Acceptor:

  • Customer lose confidence in your machine due to preventative maintenance issues.
  • Lost Sales because the machine will not accept the currency.
  • High cost of equipment replacement and parts and service expenses

Waffletechnology® Cleaning Cards Verdict

Regular use of cleaning cards using Waffletechnology® will result in increased sales, productivity, customer satisfaction and profits.  The benefits of regular maintenance using a cleaning card far out weight the costs.