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Flexibility is a key feature of its Modular and Mercury soap dispenser ranges, says Brightwell. Both offer interchangeable pumps to enable them to dispense liquid, foam and spray soaps, and can also be refillable or house a pouch.
The ranges also incorporate a line of paper dispensers. Modular’s simple look is suitable for schools, hotels
The Sanitex MVP system from Vectair Systems combines dispenser design with soap and surface cleaners. Complete with advanced foam, liquid and spray cartridges, it consists of a range of robust units (manual and automatic) that are said to be simple to operate and service.
The cover of the manual dispenser incorporates Biomaster, a silver
The Paper POD is a mechanical auto-cut paper towel dispenser recently introduced by Kennedy. The company claims it can help to reduce paper consumption by up to 20 per cent because of the Reserve System.
Thanks to this, with its built-in patented stub roll loading mechanism, a new roll can be loaded into the dispenser before the previous roll has
According to Metsä Tissue, the fact there is an increasing number of mobile businesses makes provision of hygiene consumables and maintenance of a healthy working environment more complex.
With that in mind the company has developed the Katrin Easy Pack, self-contained sleeves of hand towels which are mobile but always protected from
A new line of dispensers for children’s washrooms has been developed by Dudley Industries. Finished in bright yellow powder coat, each features the character Stitch the hedgehog. Stitch’s image will adorn all the dispensers in this new children’s range, which includes soap, paper towel and mini jumbo toilet tissue models.
Architects are thinking big when it comes to hard floors and there are now more options than ever before. These floors can have a number of different benefits including style, durability, ease of maintenance, slip resistance and insulation.
Hard flooring also needs to stand up to a significant amount of varying traffic – from the footfall of