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"With a huge rise in demand for sanitiser from building users, the limitations of


conventional dispensers have been exposed."


No more quick fixes SEKO delivers a permanent hand hygiene solution with the DispenserONE.


As governments try to balance public health and infection control with economic recovery amid the coronavirus pandemic, the reopening of businesses, leisure facilities and schools has been accompanied by a range of measures such as limited visitor numbers, one-way systems and face mask requirements.


In addition, having previously been limited to hospitals, surgeries, dental clinics and other healthcare centres, hand sanitiser dispensers are now commonplace in virtually every building – from hotels and offices to supermarkets, beauty salons and theme parks.


However, where prior to COVID-19 there was a low requirement for sanitiser dispensers and the systems in place could adequately meet the needs of users, today the picture has changed dramatically. With a huge rise in demand for sanitiser from building users, the limitations of conventional dispensers have been exposed and it’s clear that they are not practical beyond a ‘quick fix’.


These restrictions include: a fragile pump mechanism that necessitates regular replacement; low capacity requiring


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constant refilling; and either unhygienic push-button operation or automatic delivery relying on batteries being replaced as soon as they expire.


Despite the best efforts of cleaning staff to keep on top of this extensive maintenance requirement, the reality is that standard 1L dispensers are commonly found to be out of use due to pump failure, empty sanitiser pouches or dead batteries.


This leaves building users unprotected and erodes their confidence in the operator’s ability to provide a COVID- secure environment, which in a commercial environment can cause negative brand perception.


For building managers looking towards a permanent hand hygiene solution, cleaning and hygiene expert SEKO has developed DispenserONE, a groundbreaking system that solves the issues associated with traditional dispensers while adding myriad features to benefit users and operators alike.


The DispenserONE series leaves behind the brittle, spring-loaded dispensing of conventional systems for


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