Hand Sanitizer Testing

can rely on a steady supply of the food, drug, and personal care products which they need to keep themselves safe and healthy. Hand hygiene is considered one of the most important measures for preventing the spread of infectious microorganisms. Hand rubs reduce the microbial load on the hands without the use of soap and water, and are thus an important tool in the practice of good hand hygiene. Alcohol-based hand rubs are recommended in healthcare settings for use on hands that are not visibly soiled. They are formulated to be applied full strength to dry hands, “rubbed in” until dry, and are not rinsed off.

METS regularly screens and hand sanitizer testing formulations. Hand sanitizers testing may be studied under GLP test conditions for interpretation of data to Client and to improve the product quality.



  • Bacterial Efficiency Testing
  • Fungicidal & Yeasticidal Efficiency Testing
  • Ethanol Testing
  • Methanol Testing
  • Isopropyl Testing
  • Butanol testing
  • pH
  • Specific gravity
  • Viscosity
  • Skin Allergen Test
  • Heavy metal analysis

Below is the standard referred for the hand Sanitizer  testing


  • BS EN ISO 1276:2019
  • BS EN ISO 1650
  • EN 1499 and EN 1500
  • EN 12791

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