Sanitizer kiosks are an excellent way to get your business on the path towards health consciousness. By giving customers a free sanitizer or sanitizing solution, you can help them avoid some of the risks associated with touching or eating raw food. Some people are more likely to contract food-borne illnesses than others and by offering them a safe and easy way to get the sanitizing solution they need, you can enhance their desire to maintain good health and well-being.
The first thing that most people think of when they hear about sanitizing products is that they need to be applied right before they touch whatever it is they are trying to avoid. However, applying the solution in this fashion may not completely remove any germs, pollutants or harmful bacteria. In fact, if they touch something that has been contaminated with pathogens before, they might end up experiencing a second bout of illness as a result of having unprotected hands. A sanitizing hand sanitizer kiosk will allow customers to go ahead and simply rub the solution on their hands and then put their hands up to take a break and enjoy their sandwich or cold drink while avoiding any possible contact with harmful bacteria.
Another common question is how exactly does a sanitizer dispenser work? A quick look through the manual should provide the answer. A small pump sprays the liquid onto the surface of whatever it’s protecting. As the liquid passes through the porous barrier, it goes on to kill any bacteria, germs or toxins that might have made it into the food or drink that the customer is trying to consume.
For example, one of the most common contaminants that people find in food and drinks is E coli. If you were to prepare a latte for a customer, it’s likely that some of it would make its way into the glass of the cup in which it’s served. When a customer holds the cup to his or her nose and inhales the vapour from the espresso, there’s a good chance that some of the bacteria from the pump will make it’s way into the nasal passage. The same thing goes for other liquids. With an automatic dispenser like the Thermicon Automatic Sanitizer Kiosk, it’s possible to guarantee that any liquid that’s served up on the kiosk will be clean and sanitary.
Speaking of safety, there are numerous other benefits to installing a kiosk. For example, food services businesses are required to post warnings about the risks of cross-contamination among employees. Some establishments even post rules regarding hand washing, sanitation and food storage. A printed sanitizer dispenser is a perfect addition to these requirements. While serving customers, food handlers can simply look down at the dispenser and make sure that everything is ready to go. This signage eliminates the need for staff to waste time and effort looking for bottled water, cups and plates to use.
Not only does a wall mounted freestanding sanitizer dispenser offer great convenience and practicality, but it also provides additional safety for those who perform job related tasks. Imagine a situation where you have two employees who are washing hands. One of them puts his or her hand in a glass. This employee should make sure not to touch the other employee’s hand as he or she is walking towards a sink to wash their hands. However, this seemingly simple rule can be quite difficult to enforce when your employees do most of their work from inside of a cubicle. Whereas a wall mount digital signage hand dispenser is an easy solution to this problem, since it’s mounted outside of the cubicle, employees are never going to be able to reach out and touch the dispenser.
In addition to safety, another benefit of sanitizing their work space is cost reduction. When these companies install these dispensers, they install them with new software that offers them real-time updates about the status of the sanitizing agents in the field. If there are problems, alerts are sent by the software to the dispatchers, and they notify the management. Because of this new real-time feature, the first 3l of the sanitizer bottle is spent on actual bottle handling, and the rest is used on the dispatchers. Sanitizing agents will last up to twenty four hours before they need to be disposed of.
While there are many different types of hand sanitizers on the market, novices may want to opt for one of the two types that are sold in kits: Green Dot or Purell. These are the most common types, and they are relatively inexpensive. The advantage of using a green dot or purell sanitizer is that the liquid sanitizer stays on the skin, rather than having the liquid travel through the hair. This prevents the hands from becoming dirty, and eliminates the need to wash the hands more than necessary. Novice hand sanitizing agents can purchase a sanitizer spray that contains the same ingredients that the liquid sanitizer contains, so that they can use the same product throughout their workday without having to worry about changing bottles.