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Automatic hand sanitiser dispensers fight cross contamination

28 April 2020

Automatic hand sanitiser dispensing stations help manufacturing, engineering and other related work environments prevent cross contamination problems.

(Image: Regency Design)

Made from premium quality products, Regency Design’s dispensers cut down on sanitiser costs by using sensory technology to disperse 1.5ml of sanitiser per hand detected. Furthermore, the units are made from Mild Steel, which makes them lightweight, yet robust and sturdy, providing solutions to the damage and pilferage that normal pump and push sanitiser units experience.
 
Regency Design has created diverse and customisable sanitiser dispensers, allowing them to be used by any business. The units are fully brandable as they are coated with a base powder which can be adjusted to match any colour, with the added bonus of placing vinyl graphics on them if requested.
 
Regency Design has also created larger floor standing and smaller countertop units, providing convenience to all parts of a business.
 
Zak Manhire, Chief Commercial Officer at Regency Design, says he is pleased the company can use the skills they have at their disposal to help keep key workers safe during these tough times: “We are lucky to be part of a business that has the opportunity to say thank you to key workers by creating products that will help to keep them safe.”
 
The sanitiser units are Regency Design’s latest product in a range that is being used to help fight hygiene and cross contamination issues. Other products include its PPE Category 1 Face Visors, which have been used to support key workers in various industries beyond the NHS, including Food and Beverage.


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