At the beginning of the pandemic, everything had to happen fast. To increase access to hand sanitisers, many commercial enterprises and retailers set up mobile stands a few months ago. They are quick and easy to use, and were easier to obtain than wall-mounted dispensers. Now that supply levels are settling, there is strong evidence to support the advantages of using fixed sanitiserdispensers.
Mobile disinfectant dispensers: the highs and lows
Mobile bottled sanitiser dispensers undoubtedly have their advantages: they are quick and easy to set up and can be used anywhere. But they also have disadvantages. Many are not very stable, and can easily be knocked over and leak.
After one year of the pandemic, it is clear: we will have to live with the virus for a long time and the issue of hygiene will accompany us in our everyday lives to a greater degree than ever before. As experts for hand hygiene solutions, we advise companies to install permanently mounted sanitiser dispensers. These combine many advantages, including being significantly more robust than mobile sanitiser dispensers and are thus much more sustainable because they need to be replaced less often. That can add up to some hefty savings.
Which sanitiser dispenser is the best?
PURELL ADX dispensers offer exceptional reliability, easy maintenance, and a design that looks good in any environment. Our high capacity 1200mL PURELL dispenser is ideal for high traffic areas like shops and stores. Large sight window, skylight and crystal-clear refill bottles make it easy to check fill status.
PURELL® Advanced Hygienic Hand Rub is the perfect product to fill these dispensers, ensuring reliable and carefree hygiene. -The gel has been successfully tested for its effectiveness against Coronavirus and hydrates the skin. This means that users are not only protected against infections, they also have the pleasant feeling of well-cared for skin.
 Tested against Coronavirus surrogate (BCoV) to EN 14476, effective in 30 seconds