AutoFoam Hand Sanitizer Station (Metal Stand) - Black

SKU: FG750824

This all-metal stand with weighted base enables free-standing AutoFoam dispenser placement for proper hand hygiene anywhere.

  • Freestanding, all-metal stand enables AutoFoam dispenser placement for proper hand hygiene anywhere
  • Weighted base stabilizes the hand sanitizer station for secure placement

Color:
Black
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This all-metal stand with weighted base enables free-standing AutoFoam dispenser placement for proper hand hygiene anywhere. The AutoFoam Touch-Free Skin Care System provides the highest quality foam soap in an attractive touch-free dispenser that delivers superior cost savings. This dispenser has the industry-leading battery life of up to 3 years or 120,000 hand washes, and touch-free delivery eliminates cross contamination to reduce the spread of germs. The AutoFoam unit is available in a variety of color combinations to enhance the image of any washroom decor.

Features and Benefits:

  • Freestanding, all-metal stand enables AutoFoam dispenser placement for proper hand hygiene anywhere
  • Weighted base stabilizes the hand sanitizer station for secure placement

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Packaging Length4.00 in
Product Packaging Height59.00 in
Upc00086876205749
Case Pack Length51.58 in131.00 cm
Case Pack Width16.18 in41.10 cm
Case Pack Height5.71 in14.50 cm
Case Pack Weight40.07 lb18.57 kg
Ucc00086876205749
Case Pack Quantity1
ColorBlack
Material TypeMetal
Country of OriginPoland

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