McKLords developing hand sanitiser and disinfectant

Welsh Government Innovation is supporting McKLords Ltd to develop hand sanitiser and disinfectant in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Business Wales reports Project Sursol was launched in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Sursol is an alcohol free anti-bacterial product range of sanitisers and disinfectants and the objective of Project Sursol is to fully develop McKLords’ existing product range and enhance it with new pioneering lines such as a face mask sanitiser, anti-bac surface shield and visor de-mist. Increasing their manufacturing capacity to meet with increasing demand also needs to be achieved.

The project was launched in March 2020 and has three process involvement phases; clean room construction, acquisition of machinery to meet increased capacity requirements and compliance testing.

The most significant benefit of the project will be its vital contribution to the reduction of Covid-19, its help to eliminate the infection. With the increased production capacity, McKLords will be able to deliver up to 50% more hand sanitisers and surface disinfectants. Since the beginning of the project, McKLords have been able to safeguard all existing jobs and create new jobs in their production department, which will be made permanent if demand continues, together with the recruitment of further jobs.

McKLords, based in Rhyl, was formed as a chemical company and provide bespoke solutions to customer problems, developing partnerships with its clients, both industrial and retail. Their major focus has been on quality and performance and their products are manufactured to ISO standard in the UK.

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