Professional cleaning

danlind has been supplying detergents and cleaning agents to the professional market for many years. We offer a complete range of high and uniform-quality products targeted at the professional sector. danlind is one of the leading suppliers of free-flowing powdered laundry detergent for launderettes and tablets for dishwashers.

We are leading suppliers of

Tablets for dishwashers

Free-flowing powdered laundry detergent for launderettes

Tried-and-tested products

A wide range of our products has been tested in collaboration with recognised international laboratories, ensuring that the products comply with the strictest international efficacy and environmental requirements. Many of danlind’s products can be labelled with the Danish Asthma and Allergy Association’s label, the EU Ecolabel, the Nordic Ecolabel or the Ecocert label, and we are therefore able to supply products for sensitive skin. If a product needs to carry a different label, our experts are quickly able to identify the relevant requirements.


Detergents with disinfecting properties save both time and energy, and danlind possesses extensive experience at developing and producing disinfecting detergents for professional use. In these products, we have managed to combine disinfectants and ordinary stain remover. This dispenses with the need for two washing cycles, which considerably reduces energy consumption. The products are therefore particularly suitable for the professional segment, for example the health care sector, where large quantities of clothing are washed. 

Tested and approved according to international standards

Under EU chemicals legislation, manufacturers of disinfectant detergents are required to meet a number of requirements. For example, the product must be approved according to the Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) as well as complying with the requirements of the Article 95 list, which came into force on 1 September 2015. danlind naturally meets these requirements, and our products are tested and approved according to international standards at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and the Association for Applied Hygiene (VAH) in Germany.