A dispenser for disinfecting wipes with a side waste opening
The free-standing wipe dispenser is ideal for any facility. A combination of aluminum and steel is used in the manufacture of these dispensers, which are made in the USA. As wipes are pulled one at a time, the cover is secured to the body by a unique double push-button mechanism. When it's time to refill with additional wipes, just depress the two push buttons on each side of the top cover and lift it off. Snapping the cover back into place is all that is required. You can access the inner bucket by lifting the body off the base section. Put the weighted base unit back on the body once the trash bucket inside has been emptied. It is not necessary to use an inner poly bag.
- FDA-approved wet wipes help prevent infection and disease
- Ensure cross-contamination is prevented
- When soap and water are not available, this product can be used
- Designed and manufactured in the United States
- A satin aluminum finish adds elegance
- Wipes are pulled with the help of a double push button that secures the cover to the body
- Wipes are easily loaded and threaded through specially designed openings
- It is made from heavy gauge aluminum and galvanized steel that is rust-proof, corrosion-resistant, and fire-resistant.
- 30% recycled materials were used in its construction
- Recyclable metal made from 100% post-consumer waste
- Two rolls of wipes can be stored here
- Most center-pull bagged wipes that have a diameter of 8.5" or less will fit
- Wipes with antibacterial properties from Glaro
Featuring an FDA-approved formula to kill 99.9% of common germs, these ammonia and bleach-free wipes are safe to use on your hands. No additional spray cleaners are required and no messy overspray occurs due to the pre-saturated wipes. A hermetically sealed wipe ensures that it remains moist until it is needed for optimal cleaning performance.
Covid-19 is best addressed by hand rub products containing more than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol. In response to the international outbreak of COVID-19, the CDC notes that while the exact role of hand hygiene in reducing direct and indirect transmission of Coronaviruses between people is not known at this time, hand hygiene for infection prevention is an important part of the U.S. response.