What are the best types of washroom system for a hospital? A secondary school? A high-end restaurant? A prestigious office? Washroom manufacturers demonstrate the wide range of needs in four different sectors and consider the products and systems that suit each of them.
We all have the same basic needs in the washroom which means our universal
The new range of foam soaps from Gojo is spa-inspired, says the company - enriched with moisturisers, natural extracts and skin conditioners. Fragrances include Lemonberry, Forestberry and Freshberry. Fragrance and dye-free options are also available, together with an antibacterial foam soap.
The formulations are housed in Gojo’s controlled
Pumie scouring sticks and Flexi-Scour from US Pumice are designed for removing stains, hard water deposits, scale and build-up in washrooms. They can be used with cleaning agents or water and are claimed to be environmentally neutral.
For hard-to-reach areas there is Flexi-Scour, while Pumie Toilet Bowl Ring Remover has a handle to reduce
Proandre’s foam soap dispenser is designed to save up to 40 per cent in water consumption.
Available in either white or chrome this model has a translucent window for monitoring consumption, together with an integrated lock.
The same dispenser can also be used to dispense other products such as toilet seat cleaner, various soaps and hand
Hand cleansing specialist Nettuno has launched its first soap dispenser, the T-Small. The 800-ml unit can dispense liquid, gel, foam and spray soaps.
For hand hygiene in all kinds of washrooms Dreumex has introduced Omnicare, a system comprising touch-free dispenser and snap-in hand product cartridges. This, the company says, offers the lowest costs per hand wash along with ease of use.
The Omnicare dispenser provides a dosed amount of foam soap, antibacterial foam soap, hand sanitiser, foam