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How can I purchase Kimberly-Clark Professional products?

Please visit the 'Find Distributors Near Me' page to locate your nearest distributor. Alternatively, complete the Contact Us form for help.

How can I contact a Kimberly-Clark Professional Sales Representative?

Email us at UK.Customercare@kcc.com providing your location and we will arrange for a Kimberly-Clark Professional Sales Representative to contact you.

How can I order a sample product?

If you would like to try any of our products, please speak to your Kimberly-Clark Professional Sales Representative or email us at UK.Customercare@kcc.com.

Where can I find more information about a specific product?

You can use multiple search methods in the 'Product Finder' tool (found in the top right of each page, under Contact Us) to locate specific products. You can search by product code or keywords, or alternatively by Category, Industry or Brand.

Do you have product brochures available?

Click on 'Resources' in our top menu bar. Under the section 'Marketing Literature' you can find and download PDF versions of all our Marketing Material, including product brochures and catalogues.

What is a PDS and how can I find one?

PDS stands for Product Data Sheet, a document providing basic detailed information about the product including key features, available sizes/dimensions, packaging description and palletisation.

You can locate and download these using our online 'Resources' section, under 'Product Data Sheet' or select the PDS button on an individual product page.

Where can I find a SDS and what does it cover?

SDS stands for Safety Data Sheet, a legal document required for regulated products (biocides, sanitisers, antibacterial soaps, sanitizing wipes, etc.) and is applicable to chemical and chemical mixtures. Whilst an SDS is not legally required for cosmetic products, we still provide them to fully support our customers and ensure best industry practice. From our range, these are applicable to soaps, sanitisers and wet wipes.

You can locate and download these using our online 'Resources' section, under 'SDS'.

Do European Kimberly-Clark Professional manufacturing sites hold ISO Certification?

Yes, all Kimberly-Clark Professional European manufacturing sites hold ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 certification, providing a guarantee of responsible manufacturing. If you require a copy of an ISO Certificate, please contact your Kimberly-Clark Professional Sales Representative. Alternatively, complete the Contact Us form for help.

How do I identify what products from the Kimberly-Clark Professional range have European Ecolabel accreditation?

All products that hold the Ecolabel accreditation display the flower logo, to find out more about this scheme and other sustainability issues, please visit www.kcprofessional.co.uk/reducetoday.

How do I identify what products from the Kimberly-Clark Professional range have FSC accreditation?

All products that hold the FSC accreditation will clearly display the respective F1, F2 or F3 logo. To find out more about this scheme and other sustainability issues, please visit www.kcprofessional.co.uk/reducetoday.

Do Kimberly-Clark Professional products meet the REACH and CLP Regulations requirements?

All Kimberly-Clark Professional products sold in Europe comply with the requirements set out under both regulations and we are fully engaged with the implementation processes.

Note:
REACH, stands for Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemical substances under EC 1907/2006.
CLP is the regulation on Classification, Labelling and Packaging of substances and mixtures.

Which washroom products can help me reduce my costs?

Kimberly-Clark Professional offer a wide variety of products specifically designed to control usage and reduce waste. Slimroll Hand Towels, Folded Toilet Tissue and Foam Soap all offer cost saving opportunities, whilst our Rolled Hand Towels in Large Roll format is perfect for high traffic areas, proving to be particularly cost efficient in offices and production environments.

What is Washroom 5D?

Washroom 5D is a newly developed programme designed to help Facility Managers provide best-in-class washrooms. The Kimberly-Clark Professional Washroom 5D programme utilises intelligence gained from thousands of washroom assessments into 5-Dimensions of improvement: Cleanliness, Hygiene, Efficiency, Sustainability and Satisfaction. For more information please visit www.kcprofessional.co.uk/5D.

Are all Kimberly-Clark Professional products recyclable?

All Kimberly-Clark Professional Hand Towels and Toilet Tissue can be recycled. Please note that this only applies to unsoiled product. Contaminated products have to be disposed of per local regulations.

Can you confirm that your products are biodegradable?

As part of our commitment to support environmental issues, Kimberly-Clark Professional ensure all paper products (Hand Towels, Facial and Toilet Tissues) are biodegradable.

Do Kimberly-Clark Professional offer any flushable Hand Towels?

Scott® Performance Flushable Folded Hand Towels (6659) are flushable and have been specifically designed to reduce the risk of blockages, perfect for areas with drainage issues.

What is the shelf life of your Hand Towels and Toilet Tissue?

All the Kimberly-Clark Professional Hand Towel and Toilet Tissue ranges have an unlimited shelf life. Providing they are stored in a dry and clean environment and away from direct sun light, they can be kept for years without impact on quality or performance.

Are all Kimberly-Clark Professional Toilet Tissues water soluble?

All the Kimberly-Clark Professional Toilet Tissue ranges are designed to break down quickly in water.

Note:
We perform a variety of tests for all our products. The key test method for tissue dispersability is Kimberly-Clark Professional Water Break-up STM-00133. This test is used to determine the number of times a defined size of tissue is immersed in water before it breaks-up and can be flushed. The typical target is between 6 and 10 immersions and all our tissue products must fall within this specification before they are made available for sale.

Products made from 100% Recycled Fibre will break down (dissolve) in water within seconds. They don’t contain any additives to give them strength.

Which Toilet Tissue system is best for hygiene?

The Folded Toilet Tissue system is our most hygienic format, providing single sheet dispensing to ensure each sheet is only touched by the user. Designed to be used with our compatible dispensers, this system fully encloses and protects the tissues until use to ensure the highest standards of washroom hygiene can be met.

Are Kimberly-Clark Professional Toilet and Facial Tissues the same as the consumer Toilet and Facial Tissues?

Kimberly-Clark Professional Facial Tissues are very similar to those we offer to the consumer market with different packaging formats to better suit business environments. The Toilet Tissue products have some variations, depending on the product and brand, to meet a number of different commercial requirements ranging from budget to high-end specifications.

What amount of cleanser is dispensed per shot when using your Liquid and Foam Hand Cleansers?

The amount dispensed per shot is as follows: (see table)

Product Name Product Size Product Code/s Amount per shot Notes
Scott® Essential Foam Everyday Use Hand Cleanser 200ml

6346

 

0.4ml  
Kleenex® Liquid Hand Cleansers 1 Litre

6330
6331
6332
6333
6334
6336

 

1ml When used with 1 litre Manual Skincare Dispensers
Kleenex® & Scott® Foam Cleansers 1 Litre

6340
6341
6342
6385
6386
6387

 

0.4ml When used with manual 1 Litre Manual Skincare Dispensers
Scott® Control  Foam Frequent use Hand cleansers 1.2 Litre

 6345

 

 0.7ml

When used with Electronic Skincare Dispenser 92147

 

Kimcare Industrie* PREMIER Hand Cleansers

3.5 Litre

9522
9533
9535

 2.5ml  

What is the recommended shelf life for your soap products?

If a Kimberly-Clark Professional Soap product is unopened, the recommended shelf life is 3 years. Once opened the recommended shelf life is 12 months from the date of opening.

Is there a risk of an allergic reaction when using Kimberly-Clark Professional Aircare products?

All fragrance products are checked to ensure the allergy reaction rate is acceptable for the general population. Where allergy potential is identified we use levels well below the thresholds identified by RIFM (Research Institute for Fragrance Materials).

We provide Safety Data Sheets for all fragrance products. You can check these if you have specific allergies or Contact Us if you require further support, information or recommendations.

What is the recommended shelf life of Kimberly-Clark Professional Aircare products?

Kimberly-Clark Professional Aircare products should be used within 2 years from the date of manufacture, which can be found printed in black ink on the top right of the product bag.

What formats of Hand Sanitisers and Sanitising Wipes do you offer?

Kimberly-Clark Professional Hand Sanitising products come in the following dispensing formats:
- 100ml handy pocket sized bottle
- 480ml pump bottle
- 1 or 1.2 Litre cassettes, suitable for use with wall mounted dispensers

Kleenex® Hand & Surface Sanitising Wipes come in the following dispensing formats:
- mobile canister with flip up lid
- high capacity wall mounted dispenser

Will my hands feel dry after using a Hand Sanitiser?

Our gel Hand Sanitisers are both specially formulated to be kind to skin, without drying it out. Our Kleenex® Alcohol Gel Hand Sanitiser contains a fast-drying formulation, with no sticky after feel to leave skin feeling smooth and soft.

Can Kleenex® Alcohol Hand Sanitisers be used in Hospitals?

Kleenex® Gel Hand Sanitiser can be used in general healthcare and hospital environments.

Do not use Kleenex® Gel Hand Sanitiser in direct combination with chlorhexidine based surgical hand wash lotions/hand scrubs.

What amount of sanitiser is dispensed per shot when using your Hand Sanitisers?

The amount dispensed per shot is as follows: (See Table)

Product Size Amount per shot (Liquid) Amount per shot (Gel)
100ml bottle None - squeeze bottle 1.0 ml
480ml 0.8ml 1.0 ml
1 Litre Cassette 1.0 ml 1.0 ml
1.2 Litre Cassette 0.7 ml 0.8 ml

What is the recommended shelf life for Kleenex® Hand Sanitisers?

Kleenex® Hand Sanitisers should be used within 3 years from the date of manufacture which can be found as follows:

- For codes 6380 & 6381 - Printed in black ink on the label at the top left of the product packaging
- For codes 6382 & 6383 - Printed in black ink at the bottom of the back of the plastic cassette

What are the benefits of using a Hand Sanitiser?

Hand sanitisers are considered to be ‘leave on’ products that can be used in the absence of water. The sanitiser rapidly kills any bacteria and micro-organisms (excluding spores) on clean hands to prevent cross-contamination and the spreading of germs. Hand sanitisers don't remove surface dirt which must be done using soap and water.

What is the difference between gel and liquid sanitisers?

Gel sanitisers deliver a precise, measured dose with simple, non-drip application. Liquid sanitisers have a similar consistency to water and the dose delivered to the hand is therefore harder to measure to the same precise level as with a gel sanitiser.

What environments/industries are your WypAll* cloths designed to be used in?

WypAll* X and WypAll* L Cloths are designed to be used in a variety of environments and applications. The WypAll* range is ideally suited for a range of manufacturing sectors such as transportation, aviation and general metal manufacturing as well as catering and healthcare environments.

Many of our products have been certified for food contact purposes and we also have a special colour coded range which are particularly suited for catering and healthcare.

For further information, please view/download our Wipers brochure to find the perfect product to meet your business needs.

What are the benefits of using wipers instead of rags?

Wipers guarantee consistent quality every time with no danger of contaminants, delivering health and safety benefits to ensure optimal cost in use.

Compared with rags, our wipers are also presented in specifically designed handy formats to aid user convenience, help reduce waste disposal costs and reduce storage space requirements.

What is POWER POCKET technology?

Our unique POWER POCKET technology provides better absorption, an improved cloth-like feel and increased scrubbing power. The built in pockets in each wiper help trap dirt quickly and effectively, leaving surfaces cleaner and reducing waste. Available in WypAll* X60, X70 and X80 Cloths.

What is the shelf life of WypAll* Wipers?

All of our Wiper products have unlimited shelf life as they are made of fibre or a mixture of fibre and polypropylene which are inherently stable substances. The wipers should not, therefore, deteriorate if stored in a clean and dry environment at normal room temperature.

Do you have any Anti-static Wipers?

Our Cleanroom products Kimtech* Pure CL4 (codes 7605 and 7646) and Kimtech* Microfibre Cloth (code 7589) are all anti-static.

We also provide a great range of anti-static wiper products designed for the Aviation and Automotive industries. For Aviation see Kimberly-Clark Professional (codes 38664, 38665, 38666 and 38668) and for Automotive see Kimtech* (codes 38712, 38713 and 38715).

How many times can a Microfibre Cloth be washed?

Our Microfibre Cloths can be washed at 40°C up to 300 times with detergent (we do not recommend using chlorine or softeners with this product).

Can WypAll* X cloths be washed? What temperature is recommended?

Our WypAll* X Cloths can be washed at 40°C with detergent (we do not recommend using chlorine or softeners with this product).

What is the fibre composition of WYPALL* X Cloths?

WypAll* X is composed of approximately 85% cellulose fibres (for absorbency) and 15% polypropylene plastic fibres (for strength). The exact percentages change slightly depending on the grade of WypAll* X Cloths.

Should WypAll* X Cloths be disposed of with chemical waste or general waste?

WypAll* X Cloths used with NON-HAZARDOUS materials do not require any specialised disposal methods and can be included in general waste.

If they have been used to wipe HAZARDOUS material or material which requires special disposal procedures then you should dispose of them in accordance with the specific regulations designated for the waste material type.

Are WypAll* X Cloths able to be autoclaved?

These products have not been specifically designed to be autoclaved. Kimberly-Clark Professional has not carried out autoclaving tests/analysis.

Based on composition of the WypAll* X range, approximately 85% cellulose fibres (for absorbency) and 15% polypropylene plastic fibres (for strength), the following is a reasonable outcome for the components: 

- Cellulose fibres will withstand the temperature/pressure of autoclaving without any major deterioration in performance. There may be a slight decrease in strength properties because cellulose strength is dependent on Hydrogen bonds between the fibre. The use of steam could result in a wetting of the sheet and some of these hydrogen bonds being broken – however this is unlikely to be significant. The application of steam to the sheet might also cause some wrinkling

- Polypropylene plastic fibres will soften at much lower temperatures compared to the cellulose fibres, however temperatures exceeding 130° C will affect the overall strength of the product, weakening a key feature of these cloths

Are Kimtech* and WypAll* X Cloths silicone free?

Silicone testing and limits are based according to AMS /BMS specification and testing is carried out through external laboratories.

Kimberly-Clark Professional does not add silicone to the product during manufacturing and none of the raw materials or process chemicals which are used contain silicone. It is not possible to give an absolute guarantee that WypAll* X Cloths are free from silicone, because we do not routinely test for the presence of silicone during the manufacturing process. The codes which can be confirmed silicone free areas follows: 38712, 38713, 38714, 38715, 38664, 38665, 38666, 38667, 38668, 49810 and 49812.

Which Kimberly-Clark Professional Wipers are biodegradable?

​Our WypAll* L10, L20, L30 and L40 wipers are biodegradable, but the amount of time this takes is highly dependent on the conditions. It is a relatively quick in wet, exposed conditions (1 to 2 months), but will take a lot longer in dry or airless environments.

How should I best store Safety Gloves?

Storage recommendation as follows:

  • Keep dry
  • Store in a cool dry place
  • Shield from exposure to direct sunlight, intense artificial light or sources of radiation or ozone

If in doubt, always check the product insert or packaging for guidance.

Are Jackson Safety*/KleenGuard* Industrial Gloves washable?

G60 Cut Resistant and G40 Mechanical Protection Gloves are washable and suitable for re-use.  The performance characteristics of these gloves are based on results from tests carried out in accordance with ISO 6330: Procedure 5a which confirms 5 cycles of washing in a domestic machine with standard cleaning agents at 40°C.

If in doubt, always check the product insert or packaging for washability.

How are Chemical permeation levels measured in gloves?

Chemical Resistance is measured using EN ISO 374-1:2016. This calls out the requirement to test against: EN 374-2:2014 (Water Leakage), EN 16523-1:2015 (Permeation) and EN 374-4:2013 (Degradation). Micoorganism Resistance is measured using EN ISO 374-5:2016. This calls out the requirement to test against: EN 374-2:2014 (Water Leakage) and ISO 16604:2004 (Blood-Borne Pathogens).

Chemical permeation performance is measured by testing for specific chemicals according to protocols set out in EN ISO 16523-1:2015. Please note that classifications are applied to permeation breakthrough times of chemicals versus gloves, specific chemicals do not have their own classifications. The permeation time is the time at which 1.0 µg/cm2/min of the test substance has permeated through the test material and the classifications are as follows:

Measured Breakthrough

Time (min)

Permeation Performance

Level

>10 Level 1
>30 Level 2
>60 Level 3
>120 Level 4
>240 Level 5
>480 Level 6

Please visit our chemical protection database which will give you more exact information www.kcprofessional.co.uk/resources/chemical-protection-guide.

How are Micro-organism protection levels measured in gloves?

Micro-organism protection (EN ISO 374-5:2016) is applied when the glove passes the EN 374-2:2014 (Water Leakage) test method. In addition, our range of gloves also pass the ISO 16604:2004 (Blood-Borne Pathogens) test allowing us to guarantee protection against bacteria, fungi and viruses.

Are Jackson Safety*/KleenGuard* Gloves recyclable?

None of our gloves are recyclable, they should be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.

What is AQL?

AQL stands for Acceptable Quality Limit and is a measure of the quality of a glove in terms of water leakage and other defects.

If you have high demands on the performance of a glove, you should choose a product with a lower AQL.

KleenGuard* & Jackson Safety* Industrial Gloves have the following measurements:

- G10 Gloves have an AQL of 4.0 for pinholes
- G20 Gloves have an AQL of 0.65 for pinholes
- G80 Nitrile Gloves have an AQL of 0.65 for pinholes

Performance Level AQL Units are:

Level 3 < 0.65
Level 2 < 1.5
Level 1 < 4.0

Do your gloves contain phthalates?

Kimberly-Clark Professional does not directly include phthalates in any nitrile or latex glove formulations and we also have no reason to suspect that any of our raw materials contain phthalates.

Phthalates are plasticizers; substances added to plastics to increase flexibility. They are used to turn polyvinyl chloride from a hard plastic into a flexible plastic and can be used in vinyl gloves to impart softness and flexibility. Phthalates can leach from the plastics and users can be exposed.

What are the legal requirements regarding apparel?

All KleenGuard* and Kimtech* Apparel is clearly marked with its relevant PPE Type Classification and CE mark.

How do I know which product, will provide me with the appropriate protection for my task?

All KleenGuard* Apparel displays standard symbols to indicate which products meet or exceed the requirements of specific European Standards.

Type Classification is as follows:

- Type 1 Gas tight clothing

- Type 2 Non gas tight clothing

- Type 3 Liquid tight clothing

- Type 4 Spray tight clothing

- Type 5 Particle protection

- Type 6 Limited splash protection/PB (6) Partial body protection

- CE Simple – Minimal Risk Protection

Note: Kimberly-Clark Professional* do not produce Type 1 or 2 Apparel

How do I choose the right size garment?

All KleenGuard* Protective Garments conform to EN-340 recommendations for sizing as follows: (See table)

Size Height (cm) Chest (cm)
Small 164-170 96-104
Medium 170-176 104-112
Large 176-182 112-120
X Large 182-188 120-128
XX Large 188-194 128-136
XXX Large 194-200 136-144

 

 

How should I dispose of used Safety apparel?

Garments used with NON-HAZARDOUS materials do not require any specialised disposal methods and can be included in 'everyday' waste.

If they have been used in HAZARDOUS environments or with HAZARDOUS material which requires special disposal procedures then you should dispose of them in accordance with the specific regulations designated for the waste material type.

Which coverall will protect me against gas?

Unfortunately, we do not offer a coverall that protects against gas.

I need an Anti-static coverall, which one should I choose?

KleenGuard* A20+, A25+, A30, A40, A45, A50, A65, A71 and A80 Coveralls are all made using anti-static fabric EN 1149-1:1995 for critical areas.

Do you offer apparel which protects against contamination from radioactive dust?

KleenGuard* A20+, A25+, A30, A40, A45, A50, A65, A71 and A80 Coveralls meet the EN 1073-2:2002 for radioactive dust protection.

Which coveralls are approved for Infective Agent protection?

KleenGuard* A30, A71 and A80 meet EN14126:2003 for Infective Agent protection.

I require a low lint coverall, which one should I choose?

Kimberly-Clark Professional do not make specific claims regarding low lint levels on any of their apparel range.  However some products including the KleenGuard* A30, A40 & A45 have a film laminate construction with internal seams, which reduces levels of lint.

Are your Overshoes and Overboots Anti-static?

KleenGuard* Overboots and Overshoes are classified as Category I PPE and are designed for general use only.  Kimberly-Clark Professional do not make specific claims regarding anti-static properties for the overboots and overshoes and do not test the products to control anti-static properties.

What are KleenGuard* Overshoes and Overboots made of?

KleenGuard* A40 Overshoes and Overboots (with and without soles) are constructed using the same material as our A40 Anti-static apparel, which has liquid splash and dust barrier properties (suitable for Type 5/6) however in the case of these products it is not intended as primary protection to the foot, and therefore is marked CE simple. The soles on the Overboot/shoe are made from PVC; all products have elasticated tops/ankles for secure fitting.

Are KleenGuard* protective garments reusable and washable?

Our coveralls are designed to be single use or limited use garments. This is indicated in the User Instructions which shows that they are not designed for washing.

Do Kimberly-Clark Professional offer protective garments which are Flame Retardant?

KleenGuard* A65 FR Flame Retardant Coverall meets EN ISO 14116:2008 Limited Flame Spread.

How long is the shelf life for KleenGuard* Coveralls?

All of our KleenGuard* protective garments have unlimited shelf life as they are made of substances that are inherently stable.  The garments should not, therefore, deteriorate if stored in a clean and dry environment at normal room temperature without prolonged exposure to UV light or radiation.


If a product is stored over a long period of time (for instance, greater than 1 year) a periodic inspection of a representative sample should be made as a precautionary measure. As a standard safety precaution, it would always be recommended that a garment be inspected prior to use.

Are KleenGuard* Coveralls suitable for autoclaving?

None of our KleenGuard* film laminate coveralls (A40, A80 and A71) would be suitable for autoclaving. We have not tested this for the other coveralls made from SMS material.

Are our KleenGuard* Accessories biodegradable?

Our KleenGuard* accessories are not biodegradable.

What is the temperature range of use for KleenGuard* Garments?

The lowest temperature range for use with our KleenGuard* garments is -40c and the fabric starts to soften at the highest temperature of 120°c. This is applicable to KleenGuard*A20+, A25+, A30, A40, A45 and A50 garments.

It is important to state that the practical temperature range needs to consider the effect of temperature extremes on the user. Our garments do not offer the user protection against either high or low temperatures.

What standards of legislation do Kimberly-Clark Professional Disposable Respirators meet?

All KIMBERLY-Clark Professional Disposable Respirators meet the European Standard for respiratory equipment EN 149: 2001 + A1: 2009 and carry the CE mark.

What does FFP stand for and what is the difference between FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3 respirators?

FFP stands for Filtering Face Piece and refers to disposable maintenance-free respirators.

Classification is related to filtration performance levels as defined per EN 149: 2001 + A1: 2009 as follows:

  • FFP1 filters out 80% of solid and liquid particles during test procedure
  • FFP2 filters out 94% of solid and liquid particles during test procedure
  • FFP3 filters out 99% of solid and liquid particles during test procedure

How is the nominal protection factor of a respirator calculated?

The nominal protection factor of a respirator is calculated on the basis of Total Inward Leakage (TIL) which indicates the protection level of the respirator under laboratory conditions.  A nominal protection factor of 50 means that the pollution inside the respirator is 50 times lower than the pollution outside the respirator.

Classification of the nominal protection factor is as follows:

  • P1 Respirators have a nominal protection factor of 4
  • P2 Respirators have a nominal protection factor of 12
  • P3 Respirators have a nominal protection factor of 50

What is the Dolomite Test?

The Dolomite Test is an optional test under norms EN 149: 2001 + A1: 2009.

The test consists of subjecting the respirator to breathing simulation in a controlled environment with a known high concentration of dolomite dust in the air. This ensures that breathing resistance and filter penetration are not substantially affected if worn in a dusty environment for an 8 hour shift.

How does the exhalation valve work?

Valves have a rubber membrane that closes when inhaling and opens when exhaling. They enable hot and humid exhaled air to be pushed out of the breathing zone in order to keep the face cooler.

They also help to reduce breathing resistance; particularly important for FFP3 respirators which have a thicker filter media.

What is the advantage of a respirator with added carbon?

Respirators with an added layer of activated charcoal in the filter allow organic vapours below Occupational Exposure Level (OEL) to be filtered out of the inhaled air.

Carbon has a very large surface area due to its porous structure, which gives plenty of space to trap nuisance odours passing through this layer.

Kimberly-Clark Professional recommend the Jackson Safety* R20 FFP2 Carbon Respirator.

What is the shelf life of a Jackson Safety* Disposable Respirator?

Jackson Safety* Disposable Respirators should remain in the original packaging and be stored in a clean and dry environment at normal room temperature.  Under these conditions, the shelf life from the date of manufacture is as follows:

  • Moulded Respirators - 3 years
  • Folded Respirators - 5 years

Can a Disposable Respirator be used after its shelf life has expired?

Kimberly-Clark Professional will not accept any responsibility for use of respirators after the indicated shelf life of the product.  Any use beyond this date will be at the users' discretion.

What is the maximum amount of time that a respirator can be used for?

The minimum requirement according to EU regulations is for an entire shift (8 hours maximum) or sooner if the serviceability is suspected to be affected.

Respirators marked with the letter R (after the filtration performance level) can be reused at the end of a shift that is shorter than 8 hours, providing that they are kept in the original packaging and away from the contaminated area until worn again.

Reusability requires the on-going assessment of the conditions of the respirator by the user to determine the moment when it has to be disposed of and replaced.

What do Jackson Safety* Disposable Respirators protect against?

All our respirators offer basic protection against airborne liquid and solid particles that can be encountered in fine dust, water and oil based mists or fumes.

Are Jackson Safety* Respirators latex & silicone free?

Jackson Safety* Respirators are latex and silicone free.

Do Jackson Safety* Respirators offer protection against asbestos?

Kimberly-Clark Professional do not offer respirators that provide protection against asbestos.

What are the lenses made from in your Safety Spectacles?

Jackson Safety* lenses are made from impact resistant polycarbonate which meet European standard EN166 1F.

Which Safety Spectacles should I use for Welding?

Jackson Safety* V30 Nemesis and V10 Unispec offer a choice of DIN 3 or 5 shade, with IR/UV protection and are suitable for Welding applications.

Do you offer dioptric / bifocal safety glasses?

Jackson Safety* V60 Nemesis Rx provides a bifocal lens, with diopters from +1.0 to +3.0 for vision assistance.

Is your Industrial Eyewear Range Antistatic?

Kimberly-Clark Professional do not make specific claims regarding anti-static properties for our Industrial Eyewear range and do not test the products to control anti-static properties.

How can Kimberly-Clark Professional dispenser products help me to keep my Washrooms clean, tidy and attractive?

Kimberly-Clark Professional dispensers are designed to complement any decor ensuring a consistent and co-ordinated washroom layout.  All dispensers are low maintenance, easy to clean and provide simple controlled dispensing to limit mess, minimise product consumption and increase hygiene standards.

Do Kimberly-Clark Professional offer any Electronic Dispensers?

Kimberly-Clark Professional offer Electronic Dispensers for Skincare products (92147 and 11329) and Rolled Hand Towels (9960).

Which dispensers can help me deter pilferage?

All Kimberly-Clark Professional dispensers are designed to be fully lockable. If you have any problems, please contact your Sales Representative.

How much product will the Electronic Dispensers give out, per battery life?

The average battery life for the electronic dispensers is measured in number of refills based on average usage, which is as follows:

  • Electronic Skincare Dispensers (92147 and 11329) -  9 cassette refills or 16,0000 individual shots
  • Electronic Rolled Hand Towel Dispenser (9960) -  30 rolls of hand towels (6667)

Note:
In high traffic environments the battery life may reduce

How do I order keys or other spare parts for my Dispensers?

For all your spare parts requirements, please contact customer service for spare parts requests.

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