Do today’s customers demand style, hygiene and sustainability from their washroom dispensers, or do they merely want a functional system that works? ECJ looks at current trends in the washroom dispenser market.
When washroom dispensers were first developed, early models tended to be functional white boxes with sharp corners and even sharper
New Xibu inox washroom dispensers are stainless steel with flush mounted bodies. This, says manufacturer Hagleitner, makes them more attractive.
There are three models in the range - hand towel, foam soap and tissue - and they can be installed on any type of wall. An LED signals their operating status - green for fully functioning; green/red
Proandre's Multipush gel dispenser can be sold separately, offering a single product, or in conjunction with other refills. Products in the line are hand soap, shampoo, hair conditioner, shower gel, toilet seat cleaner and hand sanitiser.
Other units in the range include the Sensor XL touch-free soap dispenser; foam dispenser; Proanplus auto
Vendor says its colourful towel cabinets are becoming increasingly popular - the dispensers can be delivered in various models and colours allowing companies to communicate with employees or visitors with written messages.
The actual technology within the cabinets is patented - like a traditional roller towel dispenser the cabinet produces a
The ParadiseLine from CWS-boco consists of cotton towel, soap, fragrance, toilet tissue and hand lotion dispensers. Its front panels are made from robust and easy-care materials in various colours or stainless steel.
The units themselves are made of brushed stainless steel, which are dirt resistant, easy to clean, long lasting and food safe says
The latest dispensing systems from Gojo are the LTX and the ADX. Both feature Gojo Controlled Collapse bottles, a patent-pending development engineered to hold their shape while emptying. The bottles remain flat to the surface of the large sight window at the front of the units, making it easy to monitor soap levels.
Germs are kept out thanks to