Having good hygiene does not stop at personal hygiene. Cleaning our homes and our clothes is very important for our wellbeing. Advancements in chemistry have allowed the home and fabric care industry to offer consumers effective and potent products to clean our homes.
Variety Of Products For A Variety Of Applications
Carpet, floors, laundry, dishes, sinks, and bathrooms. Every single element of our households requires a different cleaning method, and as a result, a different cleaning product.
Laundry detergents are powders packed in a plastic bag or a cardboard box. Dishwashing detergents are viscous liquids in plastic bottles. Floor cleaners are corrosive liquids in plastic bottles. Air fresheners are compressed liquids in aerosols.
Powder Production Hazards
Powder spreads very easily. The jostle of a standard production line will definitely generate random puffs of powder. While this powder is mostly safe to the touch, it is toxic when inhaled. This is why powder production should be accompanied by the appropriate air purification measures and mitigations. Air vacuuming systems are installed in machines with expected constant impacts, such as Technica’s drop type packer.
Leakages Cause Damage
If a soda can leaks, other than cleanup, there are no serious repercussions to your operation. But toxic and highly corrosive cleaning agents should not be allowed to leak into the open. Strong hermetic seals and diligent inspections are carried out at multiple stages of the production. Catching any defective products before sending them to the market is much cheaper than dealing with a public fallout.
Low Toxicity Is On The Rise
Consumers are savvier than ever. They are concerned about what they put in their mouths and what they use to clean their houses. Toxic cleaners and detergents are getting a bad reputation and it is opening up space from new and healthier alternatives to enter the market. Big players in the industry have already started this shift and developed new brands that focus on being dermatologically safe.