Did you know that hand sanitizer are now so common that they have become a part of our daily lives? People use them not only at their desks but also in public restrooms. There are even some hospitals where the nurses and doctors wash their hands with it. Hand sanitizer dispensers come in many different shapes, sizes, and colours to match any décor or location.
Hand sanitizer dispensers are a great way to keep your hands clean, and they’re a lot easier than washing with soap and water. The problem is that they can be inconvenient in public places where there isn’t an outlet to plug the device into.
You can categorize Automatic hand sanitizer dispensers in many ways; according to the mechanics, pump dispenser type, mounting style, and material. However, we decided to keep things pretty short and simple. For the ease of selection for this blog post, we went by the first category. This essentially divides touchless Hand Sanitizer dispensers into two categories:
- Mechanical Automatic Hand Sanitizer Dispensers
I know, I know, the name sounds like rocket science. Trust me, the mechanics aren’t that complex at all. It is a pretty simple paddle-enabled mechanism. The paddle puts pressure on the pump of the soap dispenser placed in the top container of it. Thus, dispensing the required amount of hand sanitizer. Very simple in its operation we would recommend this to people pretty new to going touchless. Having said that, our technologically challenged elders could definitely benefit from it.
- Infrared Sensor Operated Touchless Hand Sanitizer Dispensers
Relying on the advanced technological mechanics of infrared sensors, this is a boon for all the cool kids on the block. They are all battery-operated. You can either mount them on the wall or on the cabinet. Just place your hand in front of the sensor to deposit the required amount of hand sanitizer. You can go for a foam pump or a liquid pump. However, since we are talking about hand sanitizers here we’d say you go for the liquid pump.
The choice of hand sanitizer dispensers is more important than you might think. Some considerations are what type of substance the dispenser dispenses, how many times per day it will be used, and where it’s going to be placed in your establishment. Your customers deserve clean hands every time they go through a doorway or near food service so take care when choosing the right one for your needs!
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