We’re all about making a positive impact on reducing the spread of harmful bacteria and enveloped viruses.

The SANZi Difference

Our products are all alcohol-free. Why? Because alcohol based gels and sanitisers work to kill bacteria and enveloped viruses for just a few seconds, because they are only active until the alcohol evaporates.

Our products are different. The active ingredients in SANZi products are the latest generation of Quaternary Ammonium Compounds (QAC). This is the most advanced development of a range of chemicals that have been used in healthcare settings for more than 70 years.

Once applied the active ingredients bond to the surface forming a protective microscopic layer which destroys harmful bacteria and enveloped viruses that continue to come into contact with it.

The process of destroying pathogens using QAC based products is known as Lysis and will continue until the layer has been removed, which will depend upon a number of environmental factors.

Claims of up to 24 hours for hand sanitisers and 30 days for surface sanitisers using QACs as active ingredients may stand up in laboratory conditions but are not considered realistic considering every day wear and tear.




People want to get their lives back, to return to familiar routines, favourite places and family adventures.

We create products that allow you to get on with your life whilst feeling safe and protected from the spread of bacteria and enveloped viruses. Our products are there to help give peace of mind.


Businesses want to protect their customers, protect their staff, and rebuild their industries.

Our products allow businesses to start increasing capacity, increase confidence, rebuild revenues and get back to functioning effectively whilst ensuring safety and protection for all.

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We’re learning more and more about bacteria and enveloped viruses such as those that cause COVID-19 every day, as well as the different tools we can all use to protect ourselves from them. With knowledge comes power and with that in mind we’ve created an educational space to give you the low-down on the things you can do to keep yourself and others safe.


Our microbiologists have created a range of advanced, alcohol-free sanitising products. The technology behind these products not only kills 99.99% nasty bacteria and all enveloped viruses on contact but also applies a microscopic protective layer that offers lasting protection throughout the day.


The amount of information available to us regarding the coronavirus is often bewildering and it’s difficult to tell fact from fiction. We promise to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, meaning any claims we make about our products are backed up by independent testing, certification and scientific literature.

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Why using SANZi is different to alochol based sanitisers

Instant Sanitation

Soap and Water. Strings of lipid fats attach to dirt and pathogens mechanically pulling them off of the skin’s surface and washing them away. This is the most common form of protection advised by the World Health Organisation as soap and water is the most commonly available form of sanitisation all over the world. Washing hands for 15 seconds is shown to remove up to 90% of bacteria on ones hands with that increasing to 99.999% with another 15 seconds (if the correct techniques are used). Note: hand washing should always be used to remove dirt as sanitisers are only able to remove bacteria and viruses that they come into contact with. Both soap and sanitisers should be used synergistically. 


  • The most readily available form of sanitisation
  • Removes viruses and bacteria
  • Also removed dirts from hands


  • Soap and sinks are not always available throughout the day

  • Only kills on contact, leaving hands or surfaces free to begin gathering harmful bacteria and enveloped viruses again

  • If hands are not dried effectively after washing there may still be bacteria and enveloped viruses on the skin

Alcohol Based Sanitiser

Alcohol has been used as a sanitiser dating back to ancient Egypt, where wine was used to clean wounds. As one of the most common forms of sanitiser, alcohol is usually available in most parts of the world. A solution with at least 60% alcohol kills viruses and bacteria through a process called denaturation. Alcohol molecules bond with the fat (lipid) of enveloped viruses breaking down their protective membranes. The core components of the bacteria are exposed and then dissolve, losing their structure and ceasing to function, killing the bacteria or virus.


  • Reliable form of sanitisation

  • Does not require water to be available


  • Only kills on contact, leaving hands or surfaces free to begin gathering harmful bacteria and enveloped viruses again

  • Can irritate and dry out hands when used repeatedly through the course of a day (especially harmful for healthcare workers who have to sanitise with high frequency throughout a day or for those in industries where cuts and scrapes are common such as builders)

  • Usage and storage can present risks as alcohol sanitisers are highly flammable

Continuous Sanitation, Alcohol-Free Sanitisers

There are a variety of alcohol-free sanitisers, many of which you’ve likely been using in your everyday life without noticing, including many household cleaning products, body washes, antiseptics and even mouth washes. The most common type (with a multitude of variations) are Quaternary Ammonium Compounds known as QACs or quats. These compounds have been used widely in dentistry and healthcare settings for over 70 years and are seen as a more sophisticated form of sanitiser than alcohol alone. With developments of QACs over the past 85 years, 2nd, 3rd and up tothe latest, 7th generation QACs have been created providing the latest and greatest sanitising solutions. Unlike alcohol based sanitisers, QACs aren’t just added to the skin or to the surface and evaporate after killing bacteria or enveloped viruses. They are known to be Cationic Surfactants this means that they are positively-charged surface-active solutions, meaning they stick around to destroy bacteria and enveloped viruses by forming a protective layer on the skin or surface. Negatively-charged bacteria or enveloped viruses that touch the surface are destroyed through a mechanical process called Lysis where the QAC, and it’s sword like structure, pierces the lipid fatty layer of the enveloped virus and destroys it. The process is similar to alcohol’s mechanism, however, instead of dissolving the lipid bilayer, QAC’s pierce it with their positive attraction to negative pathogens. The effective layer of QACs on the surface can remain active for hours providing protection long after application. 


  • Kills 99.99% of Bacteria
  • Kills ALL Enveloped Viruses
  • Provides long lasting protection from nasty bacteria enveloped viruses on hands
  • Can provide proactive protection on surfaces where bacteria and enveloped viruses can stay up for hours or days
  • Does not pose a flammable risk


  • Not as widely known or available as alcohol based sanitisers
  • Slightly more expensive upfront than alcohol based sanitisers


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