Evans Vanodine has been developing and manufacturing consistent, efficient and cost-effective cleaning and hygiene products for 100 years. During that time, the company’s products have not only been used by the British Team at the 1968 Mexico Olympic Games, but also used to protect the public, when moon dust went on show in Manchester, brought back from the 1969 moon landing.
Established in 1919 by William Charles Evans, the family-owned business began by producing spraying essences for cinemas, before branching out into manufacturing disinfectants, liquid soaps and various types of powders.
Today, our products cover an extensive range of applications for the industrial, janitorial, food process and animal health sectors. We help kill pathogenic diseases in hospitals and keep farms where our food comes from and the restaurants that serve it, safe and hygienic. We also help to make sure schools are germ-free and that kids know the importance of hand-washing, thanks to the Evans bug-busting team Edward and Emily and their classroom support tools.
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