Triton Life Sciences

Triton Life Sciences

Triton Life Sciences line of cleaners and disinfectants are created with the safety of you, your family and the spaces you live and work in mind. 

We currently offer the following products that will make your adventures easier and safer.

  • Hand Sanitizer (FCC Monograph (food grade) or USP Monograph ethanol sources only)
  • Surface Disinfectant 
  • Hand Sanitizer Gel (Coming Soon)
  • Clean Shots™ Single Serving Packets (1.5 ml each) (Coming Soon)

Triton® Liquid Hand Sanitizer NPN 80097749 
Triton® Hand Sanitizer Gel NPN 80104328
Triton® Surface Disinfectant DIN 02500361

Triton Life Sciences

Triton Clean Shots™
Triton Life Sciences - Triton Clean Shots™

Hand Hygiene in a Hurry.

Innovative and convenient advanced personal hygiene in a portable format.

Clean Shots™ Advanced Hand Sanitizer is a unique, single serving of Triton Cleaning Product’s® effective hand sanitizer gel formula, with 70% alcohol content. It is a convenient format that fits in purses, lunch bags, briefcases and pockets - ready when you need it.

This sanitizer kills germs within seconds, which is ideal if soap and water aren’t available.

Protect yourself and your family from sickness – keep Clean Shots™ handy.

Please contact us for pre-order or white labeling opportunities.

Triton® Hand Sanitizer Gel NPN 80104328

Hand Sanitizer (3.8 L)
Triton Life Sciences - Hand Sanitizer (3.8 L)
Hand Sanitizer (950ml) - 4 Pack
Triton Life Sciences - Hand Sanitizer (950ml) - 4 Pack
Coming Soon
MSX-Ultra - Ready-to-Use, Broad-Spectrum, Hard-Surface Disinfectant
Triton Life Sciences - MSX-Ultra - Ready-to-Use, Broad-Spectrum, Hard-Surface Disinfectant
Coming Soon
Triton Hygiene Surface Cleaner
Triton Life Sciences - Triton Hygiene Surface Cleaner
Coming Soon
Triton Surface Disinfectant
Triton Life Sciences - Triton Surface Disinfectant

Frequently Asked Questions

Since June 8, 2020, Triton® has been using only FCC Monograph (food grade) ethanol in Canada and USP Monograph ethanol in the United States for its sanitizer production – both of which are safe for use by children. Please follow the directions on product packaging, and note that hand sanitizers should only be used in conjunction with adult supervision.

Many studies show that hand sanitizers work well in clinical settings like hospitals, where hands come into contact with germs but generally are not heavily soiled or greasy. Some data also shows that hand sanitizers may work well against certain types of germs on slightly soiled hands. However, hands may become very greasy or soiled in industrial or community settings, such as after people handle food, play sports, work in the garden and garage or go camping or fishing. When hands are heavily soiled or greasy, hand sanitizers may not work well. In such circumstances, hand washing with soap and water is recommended or rinsing hands with water prior to sanitizing if no soap is available.

If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers are an effective means of reducing bacteria and viruses on the hands, and have demonstrated effectiveness against coronaviruses. The effectiveness of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer is based on three factors:

• Alcohol Percentage
• Contact Time
• Proper Application

Ethanol begins showing effectiveness against coronavirus above ~40%. Effectiveness can be improved by either keeping the hands wet with alcohol for longer (contact time) or by increasing the alcohol percentage. To obtain effective results with hand sanitizer, you must ensure your hands are fully covered with product (proper application) and that they remain wet with alcohol for a period of 30 seconds or more (contact time). Since products with higher alcohol percentages kill viruses and bacteria faster, use of products with higher alcohol concentrations gives improved sanitization results, and will improve the effectiveness of the hand sanitization process in scenarios where less than 30 seconds of contact time have occurred. Triton Hand Sanitizer liquid product is 80% alcohol and Triton Hand Sanitizer gel is 70% alcohol.

All hand sanitizer forms can be equally effective, assuming they are used correctly; however, the hand sanitizer form can create a difference between when the product is still active versus when it feels dry. Liquid hand sanitizers are the easiest to use correctly, as the time to dryness is nearly the same as the time it takes for the product to feel dry on the hands. This makes it very easy to know if enough product has been used. Gels and foams can contain additives that take longer to feel dry on the hands, but the alcohol (the active ingredient) may have already evaporated, leading you to falsely believe your hands are still wet with alcohol when, in reality, only the additives are still present. This can lead to you using less product than is actually required to keep your hands wet with alcohol for the recommended 30 seconds. Using products with the highest alcohol content possible can help mitigate improper usage, since an equivalent level of sanitization can occur in a shorter period of time; however, higher alcohol levels (>70%) can be difficult to achieve in gels and foams. For best results, the use of a liquid alcohol-based hand sanitizer is recommended.

Swallowing alcohol-based hand sanitizers can cause alcohol poisoning. Ethyl alcohol (ethanol)-based hand sanitizers are safe when used as directed, but they can cause alcohol poisoning if a person swallows more than a couple of mouthfuls. Hand sanitizers should be stored out of the reach of young children and should be used with adult supervision. If product is swallowed seek medical attention immediately. All hand sanitizers are external use only and always follow application directions on packaging.

Hand sanitizer is only effective if it's used copiously all over the top and palms of your hands and rubbed in until the solution is absolutely dry. The label of the product should tell you how much you need to apply, but a good general tip is to aim for a quarter-sized drop at a minimum.

Yes, all of our products sold in Canada are approved by Health Canada and will have either an NPN identification number (in the case of sanitizers) or a DIN (in the case of disinfectants) that is listed on the product label. Triton has registered all publicly available hand sanitizers in the USA with the FDA and have affiliated National Drug Codes which are also present on all product labels.

We manufacture all product for Canada in Canada and likewise, all product sold in the USA is manufactured in the USA. Our North American operations personnel, scientists and partners all collaborate to ensure our customers only receive the highest quality product on the market with stringent Quality Controls in place.

Bleach is effective at controlling germs if used properly. Bleach can have harmful fumes and degrades quickly once diluted into a spray bottle so caution should be used in ensuring product is fresh. Follow instructions. Our Surface Disinfectant is water based and does not produce fumes as bleach can. Our Surface Disinfectant can be applied on hard surfaces with no additional cleaning steps (no wiping up residue as with bleach and many other disinfectants). Ensure directions are followed. Studies have shown, bleach is only a long-term solution when used in conjunction with other disinfectants. This is because microbials can build immunity to bleach.

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers inactivate many types of microbes very effectively when used correctly, although people do not use a large enough volume of the sanitizer or wipe it off before it has dried. Ensure sufficient volume is applied to coat the front and back of hands and allow to air dry. A simple drop in the palm of the hand will not effectively protect you!

Although listed as a potential denaturant in some older packaging, Triton has only ever utilized denatonium benzoate or isopropyl alcohol as denaturants in its products.
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