Auto Janitor® LED Dispenser White

SKU: 1793506

Cleans and deodorizes toilets and urinals while providing a clean fresh scent for the restroom.

  • Programmable dispenser operates round-the-clock automatically cleaning fixture surfaces, day and night, at 15, 30, or 60 day refill cycles
  • Concentrated foaming action cleans and reduces bacteria growth everywhere the water goes
  • Auto Janitor® BioFlush® formula is enzyme-based to help prevents scale build-up in drain pipes
  • Industry-leading battery life of up to 3 years
  • LED

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AutoJanitor® cleans and deodorizes toilets and urinals while providing a clean fresh scent for the restroom.

Features and Benefits:

  • Programmable dispenser operates round-the-clock automatically cleaning fixture surfaces, day and night, at 15, 30, or 60 day refill cycles
  • Concentrated foaming action cleans and reduces bacteria growth everywhere the water goes
  • Auto Janitor® BioFlush® formula is enzyme-based to help prevents scale build-up in drain pipes
  • Industry-leading battery life of up to 3 years
  • LED

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length1.92 in13.97 cm
Product Width1.67 in10.41 cm
Product Height2.00 in26.92 cm
Product Weight2.00 lb
Upc00086876212662
Case Pack Length13.58 in34.49 cm
Case Pack Width12.01 in30.51 cm
Case Pack Height12.01 in30.51 cm
Case Pack Weight9.95 lb4.51 kg
Case Pack Quantity6
Ucc10086876212669
Packaging Length5.50 in13.97 cm
Packaging Width4.10 in10.41 cm
Packaging Height10.60 in26.92 cm
ColorWhite
Material TypePlastic
Country of OriginTaiwan

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