- Freestanding hand sanitiser dispenser with poster holder and no-touch design
- Help customers and staff prevent the spread of infection by providing hand sanitiser
- Clever sensors dispense hand sanitiser without the need to touch the unit
- FREE UK mainland standard delivery with this product
- Get it by Tuesday 27th Oct if you order by 5pm using Express Delivery
Why use a Freestanding Automatic Hand Sanitiser Dispenser?
Installing a Freestanding Automatic Hand Sanitiser Dispenser is a great way to help staff and customers protect themselves from the spread of infection. The integrated A4 poster holder on this model helps draw attention to location of the sanitiser dispensing station, while the innovative, automatic touch-free dispenser uses a sensor to dispense sanitiser without the need for people to touch the unit. This helps to reduce the spread of infection and is an effective way to maintain hand hygiene.
How do I install the no touch hand sanitiser dispenser?
As this Automatic Hand Sanitiser Dispenser is totally free-standing, you can install it anywhere without the need to permanently fix it in place. It's ideal for use in entrance areas so customers can sanitise their hands before and after visiting your store. This no touch hand sanitizer dispenser is refillable and has an 800ml capacity. This unit is designed for liquid hand sanitiser rather than gel, which is available as an optional extra with the unit.
|Overall size (W x H x D)||320mm x 1170-1900mm x 400mm|
|Stand material||Powder coated steel|
|Power supply||3 or 6 AA batteries|
|Batteries included||Batteries not included|
|Hand sanitiser type||Liquid hand sanitiser only|
|Hand sanitiser supplied||Optional|
Overall rating of 4.4/5 based on 3 reviews
Instructions for the freestanding hand sanitiser dispenser would have been very useful. It works perfectly and is inoffensive. Thank you
Good product, strong and good quality. Would have been helpful to have some assembly instructions
Does the job nicely, looks professional. It was easy enough to figure out without instructions, but a simple one pager would have been useful and saved time