Meritech Offering 40% Off All Automated Handwashing Stations


Meritech is offering 40 percent discounts on all automated handwashing systems ordered through June 15, 2014. This special program is a call-to-action by Meritech to all companies who want to join them in accelerating progress in public health through technology-based hand hygiene, and promoting better all-around hygiene to save lives and to prevent disease. This is also a demonstration of Meritech’s appreciation to all of its customers who want to add more automated handwashing systems in an effort to achieve the highest levels of hygiene and contribute to the public health and safety.

Meritech’s hand hygiene technology is being adopted by new customers in new markets every day, from cruise lines to theme parks, from corporate cafeterias and retail to restaurants and in more and more food production facilities that are striving to implement the highest food safety standards. Handwashing is the easiest and most effective way to have an impact on food safety and improved public health, and Meritech makes every handwash effective by achieving a 99.98 percent removal/kill of dangerous transient pathogens. Meritech customers always exceed the standard for employee hygiene.

Meritech offers a complete line of NSF certified, fully automated handwashing and boot scrubbing machines that provide the only technology-based approach to employee hygiene in the world, protected by more than 25 patents. Meritech’s handwashing systems perform a fully automated 12-second handwash, sanitize and rinse cycle, removing 99.98 percent of dangerous pathogens. Meritech helps companies with their employee hygiene and infection prevention programs in a wide variety of markets, including food production, restaurants, cleanroom manufacturing, theme parks and cruise lines.

Source: Meritech

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