Pulse Technology has announced it is now adding hand sanitizer to its product line.
Pulse Technology is partnering with Twin Oaks, MI, distillery Journeyman Distillery to bring the product to the Midwest market, and potentially beyond. Journeyman, a manufacturer of distilled spirits since the 1800s, is now producing a World Health Organization (WHO) approved hand sanitizer formulation, and Pulse Technology will market it through both its traditional delivery and online marketing channels.
The product is 80% ethyl alcohol with peroxide, glycerin, and water. It is approved for hygienic hand antisepsis as well as pre-surgical hand preparation. Guidance from the state and federal government has made it possible to produce this sanitizer for the public. It is not a gel and does not come with a pump but it can be easily placed in a current pump style container.
Chip Miceli, president of Pulse Technology, said, “We are very pleased to partner with Journeyman. The distillery has a great reputation throughout the Midwest. We also especially appreciate their commitment to helping with those affected by COVID-19, and we are glad to be able to offer a much-needed product when it is so much in demand.”
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