Meritech Introduces Its Newest Fully Automated Handwashing System


The new Meritech CleanTech® 500IW with unique “in wall” recessed design allows for easy installation in high-traffic areas or areas with limited space such as corridors, hallways, entryways, public restrooms and children’s play areas.

Designed specifically for cruise ships with narrow corridors and heavy traffic, the CleanTech 500IW is also ideal for hospitals, schools, restaurants and any facility with a need for hand hygiene in areas with limited space.  

“We are constantly listening to our customers about their need for better hygiene options in more areas.  The CleanTech® 500IW is one way to insure that automated handwashing is available even in facilities and areas that have limited space like hallways with a lot of people,” says Michele Colbert, vice president of sales and marketing at Meritech. “Now it is possible to install CleanTech automated handwashing systems, that guarantee clean hands, in more places on ships, in hospitals, in schools and any facility or location with space constraints.”

All of Meritech’s CleanTech® automated handwashing systems deliver a 12-second wash and rinse cycle, removing 99.98 percent of dangerous pathogens from hands and gloved hands. Meritech products use 75 percent less water, require less soap/sanitizer, and reduce discharge waste, and Meritech guarantees a high quality wash every time for every person in a fast and effective 12-second wash and rinse cycle.

Source: Meritech

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