Hand Sanitiser Range Available Here

New Hand Sanitiser Range

In response to current 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, we also want to do our part. To help the community, HydroChem has pivoted from its traditional business and started producing a high quality hand sanitiser product range.

Hand sanitisers are packed in cartons, each carton contains 12 bottles by either 250ml or 500ml and can be ordered directly from our website.

The hand sanitisers are manufactured to high standards in our AS/NZS ISO 9001:2016 facility in Braeside.

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