Touch-less hand disinfection

Saraya, the 50-year-old Japanese hygiene products specialist, is presenting the revised version of model UD 1000 - of which 150,000 have been sold worldwide.

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The battery-operated dispenser system has a new colour design, anthracite tray and white dispenser case and, most importantly, as Saraya points out, it is equipped with touch-less technology: ‘Infrared sensors recognise an approaching hand and release the precise volume of disinfectant spray. Thus a constantly high disinfection quality is guaranteed, and the cost for the disinfectant is optimally controlled. The touch necessary in manual dispenser systems is avoided, which absolutely eliminates the transmission of nosocomial germs to the dispenser case.’
Saraya Europe’s ‘one-stop solutions’ include a.o. the UD 1000 dispenser, customised hand and skin-disinfectants, as well as the touch-less soap dispenser UD 2200, which has suitable liquid soaps. Manual dispensers are the SC 450 toilet seat cleaner, the MD 201 for foam soap and, lately, the manual elbow dispensers MDS1000 in aluminium or PP, suitable for hand disinfectant and liquid soap.
Details: www.saraya-europe.com

17.11.2008

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