Automatic Soap Dispenser
An automatic soap dispenser will come in two basic types; wall mounted and lavatory mounted.
Wall mounted automatic soap dispenser
will provide easy access and is easy to install. A wall mount automatic soap dispenser
is the most common type of automatic soap dispenser. Wall mounted soap dispensers are battery operated.
Wall Mounted Automatic Soap Dispenser
Lavatory Mounted Automatic Soap Dispenser
Lavatory mounted, mounted in the counter, automatic soap dispenser
can provide a clean architectural look and is easily accessed. A lavatory mounted automatic soap dispenser
is both battery and A/C powered. The power supply and reservoir are
hidden under the counter.
The Automatic Soap Dispenser Advantage
The advantage to using an automatic soap dispenser in restrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and hotels
is three fold; convenience , conservation, and in particular sanitation.
Accessibility – As widespread as other touch free technologies
are, people look for an automatic soap dispenser but find manual
dispensers instead. Becoming rather accustomed to having this
customers look for touchless dispensers when ever possible.
Economy,– An automatic soap dispenser leads to
economy and therefore saves you money because the amount of soap distributed can be controlled.
This type of dispenser can allow you to control how much soap is
released each time and giving your visitors a more precise amount
of soap than dispensed with standard recessed soap dispensers.
Hygiene– The number of visitors
to a restroom means that keeping surfaces, handles and dispensers clean
is problematic at best. If you install a countertop mounted
automatic soap dispenser your patrons will not need to touch the dispenser with their hands in order to get soap. With an automatic or touch free soap dispenser, your
customers will no longer need to touch the same surface that hundreds of others have touched after using the restroom.
Automatic Soap Dispenser Power
An automatic soap dispenser is electric and requires a power
source to operate the sensor and pump. These dispensers are powered by batteries or direct current via a power supply. Because
an automatic soap dispenser is electric, they can not be used in the shower
or directly exposed to water. An automatic soap dispenser must be
electric because they perform a manual operation without human power to operate the unit. Automatic soap dispensers detect the presence of your hand
using a sensor and pumps soap from the reservoir. The electrical power is used to power the sensor
which detects your hands
under the dispenser and to run the pump that dispenses the soap.