ECT Introduces AirCare Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer

ECT Introduces AirCare Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer

ECT Introduces AirCare Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer

ECT, the only U.S.-based manufacturer of jet-engine compressor wash, announces the release of its AirCare Hand Sanitizer. ECT’s new product is being released in order to help people affected by the global COVID-19 crisis obtain their much-needed supplies. 

The alcohol-based hand sanitizer also contains benzalkonium chloride (BZK or BAC), a quaternary germicide, which is the primary ingredient in non-alcohol-based hand sanitizers. The company's formulation allows for longer-lasting protection in addition to all the traditional protection received from alcohol-based hand sanitizers.

ECT’s AirCare Hand Sanitizer provides:

  • quick and easy protection
  • 70% alcohol by volume
  • BZK for long-lasting protection
  • compliance with FDA guidelines for a 99.99% germ kill.

ECT offers AirCare Hand Sanitizer in a variety of package sizes, ranging from 8-ounce bottles to 5-gallon pails.

For more information, view the product data sheet at or contact ECT by calling 610-239-5120 or emailing Ryan at

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