Ebola. MRSA. Sars. Pneumonia. Influenza. The common cold. Some infections make national headlines, some make you miss work and others just make you miserable. No matter what the ailment, they should all remind you of the importance to practice good hand-hygiene.
Germs can survive on hands for up to three hours.
A sneeze propels up to 100,000 bacteria into the air at 100 mph.
Damp hands spread 1,000 times more germs than dry hands.
Upgrade existing push plates to touchless actuators anywhere spreading germs is a key concern. From the waiting room to the ICU, patients, clinicians and visitors can be exposed to harmful germs and bacteria when good hand-hygiene practices fail. This can be critical for patient safety and care and in worst cases, lead to HAIs.
Reduce touch-points throughout a facility in order to reduce your opportunities to spread germs and bacteria by hand. Cleanroom settings require strict standards be followed to maintain the integrity of the environment's sterilization. By removing traditional door handles and automating doors with touchless activation, you minimize the risk of cross-contamination via touch.
Busy industrial facilities can contain a number of touch-points, increasing the likelihood of separating germs and bacteria throughout a facility. By upgrading to touchless activation in place of pull cords and push plates, you reduce the surfaces susceptible to harboring these and other potential contaminants.
Enhancing accessibility and user experiences in commercial and retail environments can increase traffic and improve pedestrians' interactions within these facilities. Reducing the spread of germs and bacteria show a greater concern for pedestrian well-being, while automating pedestrian access.