Not If you don't get your hand soiled with something dirty Normal contact with a patient or a dry surface with possible bacteria is not a problem
detergent remove dirt & risidue of products from surface of equipment while sanitizer kill almost microorganisms present on surface. If you know more than please answer.............
This is done to avoid unfair contact with the oxygen in the air.
A quat based hand sanitizer is a product that is based on Quaternary Ammonum Comounds (Quats). Benzithonium Chloride and Benzyalchonum Chloride are two common Quats. They are an effective hard surface sanitizer and have recently been emerging as an alternative ingredient to alcohol in the hand sanitizer market.
Surface that touch food are called "food contact surfaces".
always follow manufactures instructions on how to use the sanitizer especially the dilution instructions; if unsure ask someone to do it with you.
Hepatitis b surface ab(antibody) ql (qualitative) reactive is the prior exposure of hepatitis b. This exposure could be a natural exposure or that of a vaccine.
No. Frictional force is independant of surface area.
A food contact surface is any surface of equipment, utensil, containers and wrappings that come into direct contact with food.
Applying the germ theory to surgery, and the sterilization of surgeon's hands. ("Listerine" as a surface sanitizer.)
Exposure of rocks at the earth's surface to water and atmospheric conditions is most likely to cause erosion. The Grand Canyon is a good example of this type of exposure.