Stationary disinfection station with up to 8 000x dosage in 10 hours
Independent automatic optically dosing cleaning station for crowded places, Disinfectant tank capacity is 10L canister (10L=4000x dosage). Inside is capacity for two 10L canisters. It is possible to use your own detergent canister in the device.
Battery powered or 220v wall outlet. Work time on battery is about one month, depending of frequency of use and other conditions.
Disinfection station can be installed anywhere.
Disinfection station is capable to disinfect more than 30 000 hands in 24H.
Wall mounted disinfection station with
~2 000x operating times
Independent automatic optically dosing cleaning station for crowded places, disinfectant tank capacity is 5L canister. It is possible to use your own detergent canister in the device
Power by220v wall outlet.
Disinfection station can be mounted anywhere on wall where electricity is near.
Disinfection station is capable to disinfect more than 30 000 hands per 24H.
Disinfection station on foot for 0.5-1L canister
Independent stainless steel leg for any kind of 0.5-1L canister with pump.
Different adaptors for different bottles are optional.
Equipped with a drop trap that saves the floor from stains.
Disinfectant carrier for 0.5-1L dispenser
Dispenser carrier with metal foot and wooden plate, where you can attach the dispenser of your hand cleaner. There are optional different colours and different types of legs: with or without lockable wheels.
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We specialize in hand sanitizing solutions for crowded places. It is important for us that all people would be able to disinfect their hands.
Why is it necessary to clean your hands?
Keeping hands clean is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Many diseases and conditions are spread by not washing hands with soap and clean, running water.
How germs get onto hands and make people sick
Feces (poop) from people or animals is an important source of germs like Salmonella, E. coli O157, and norovirus that cause diarrhea, and it can spread some respiratory infections like adenovirus and hand-foot-mouth disease. These kinds of germs can get onto hands after people use the toilet or change a diaper, but also in less obvious ways, like after handling raw meats that have invisible amounts of animal poop on them. A single gram of human feces—which is about the weight of a paper clip—can contain one trillion germs 1. Germs can also get onto hands if people touch any object that has germs on it because someone coughed or sneezed on it or was touched by some other contaminated object. When these germs get onto hands and are not washed off, they can be passed from person to person and make people sick.
Washing hands prevents illnesses and spread of infections to others
Handwashing with soap removes germs from hands. This helps prevent infections because:
People frequently touch their eyes, nose, and mouth without even realizing it. Germs can get into the body through the eyes, nose and mouth and make us sick.
Germs from unwashed hands can get into foods and drinks while people prepare or consume them. Germs can multiply in some types of foods or drinks, under certain conditions, and make people sick.
Germs from unwashed hands can be transferred to other objects, like handrails, table tops, or toys, and then transferred to another person’s hands.
Removing germs through handwashing therefore helps prevent diarrhea and respiratory infections and may even help prevent skin and eye infections.
Teaching people about handwashing helps them and their communities stay healthy. Handwashing education in the community:
- Reduces the number of people who get sick with diarrhea by 23-40% 2, 3, 6
- Reduces diarrheal illness in people with weakened immune systems by 58% 4
- Reduces respiratory illnesses, like colds, in the general population by 16-21% 3, 5
- Reduces absenteeism due to gastrointestinal illness in schoolchildren by 29-57% 7