Touchless Toilets & Automatic Bathroom Features

Minimise contact with surfaces, decreasing the spread of disease within the workplace.

The benefits of using sensors within washrooms

One of the most common ways that diseases spread within the workplace is through contaminated surfaces, particularly within washrooms. By making your workplace washroom require barely any contact with the skin to function, you reduce the chances of employees encountering diseases.

As a direct result of this precaution, employees are less likely to become ill, therefore diminishing employee sick days.

Additional benefits also exist, such as reduced energy bills. This is due to the bathroom functions only remaining active whilst in use.

  • Improved infection control.
  • Save Energy.
  • Employee sick days reduced.
  • Stylish Design.

How reduced contact with surfaces can help hospitals

Diseases can spread exponentially within healthcare workplaces, particularly those that can contaminate surfaces. In July 2016, this happened hospital in Bolton, where the norovirus spread rapidly throughout the hospital, resulting in all appointments being temporarily cancelled.

By reducing contact with surfaces using sensors, your washroom can help safeguard your employees and patients from becoming ill by reducing the chances of the disease spreading onto the skin (therefore the mouth too).

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Washrooms are, unsurprisingly, an idyllic place for diseases to spread. To put it simply, it is very easy for traces deficit to spread onto any of the bathroom surfaces, even if you can’t necessarily see them. By eliminating the need for someone to even touch the surfaces to activate bathroom features, this greatly reduces the chance of someone picking up a disease such as diarrhea.