The AutoFoam Dispenser with LumeCel™ Technology is a touch-free dispenser that automatically delivers controlled amounts of soap or sanitizer to help reduce cross-contamination. LumeCel™ technology efficiently powers dispensers using only indoor light and eliminates the need to purchase, store, replace and dispose of alkaline batteries.
Public restrooms are high-traffic areas and as a result, fixtures collect germs and bacteria. Help protect your facility's image and patron well-being with touch-free washroom solutions. The AutoFoam Dispenser with LumeCel™ Technology is a touch-free dispenser that automatically delivers controlled amounts of soap or sanitizer to help reduce cross-contamination. LumeCel™ technology efficiently powers dispensers using only indoor light and eliminates the need to purchase, store, replace and dispose of alkaline batteries. Refill AutoFoam Dispensers with LumeCel™ Technology with Enriched Foam Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizer (2147031), Enriched Foam Alcohol Hand Sanitizer (2080802), Enriched Foam Moisturizing Hand Soap (FG750112), Dye and Fragrance Free Hand Soap (2175515) or Enriched Foam Antibacterial Hand Soap (2018595).
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||5.51 in||14.00 cm|
|Product Width||5.51 in||14.00 cm|
|Product Weight||33.60 lb||15.24 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||10|
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
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