The OneShot® Foam System sets the standard for quality and reliability in counter-mounted soap dispensing.
The OneShot® Foam System sets the standard for quality and reliability in counter-mounted soap dispensing. Luxurious formulas encourage healthy hand washing, and Smart Sensor™ technology detects hands, automatically delivering the perfect amount of soap — every time!
Features and Benefits:
|Case Pack Length||13.23 in||33.60 cm|
|Case Pack Width||10.87 in||27.61 cm|
|Case Pack Height||13.00 in||33.02 cm|
|Case Pack Quantity||4|
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
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