Hand sanitizers are used by many people throughout the day. Children and adults alike need a clean glass to wipe their hands on after they touch something disgusting. Many people use them also when they go out into public to avoid spreading germs from one person to another. A hand sanitizer is a simple way to give customers the convenience of reaching for a bottle or other receptacle without having to open up a door, wait for someone to ask for them, or make several trips up and down aisles to get the needed items. They can be placed in convenient areas like check points or entrance ways to help customers find their things quickly. Some even have an automatic dispenser that dispenses right when you put your order in, making it easy to simply reach for the sanitizing fluid and skip the trip to the counter.
The problem with conventional hand sanitizers is that you have to wait until they are refilled to reach for the sanitizing liquid. That leads to a loss of time for you or your customer. In the past, most digital hand sanitizer kiosks used a paper clip or other such device to keep tabs on how much liquid is left. But with new digital signage technology, the kiosk can read a bar code and determine which liquid is left and how much should be refilled automatically.
Another problem with conventional hand sanitizers is that they only work in high-traffic public locations. You can’t place them in the restrooms at school, church, or any other place where children congregate. They just don’t work. But with a new smart chip and display design, high-traffic public locations can experience an increase in sales from the use of hand sanitizer digital kiosks. Kiosks can be a perfect solution for these high-volume public settings because they don’t require large amounts of maintenance.
The high-tech solution provided by the new digital display handsets is far more advanced than the old ones. The new ones are able to identify and count the bacteria in two minutes or less, as opposed to the three to four minutes required with the older types. That means the process doesn’t take as long. And the newer types are also ultra-small and clear so that they can be viewed easily from afar. The combination of all these factors is a surefire way to make sure that the hands of visitors to a site are protected.
A new type of electronic smart chip displays kiosk and a hand sanitizer dispenser that works on this kind of technology can be installed in less than an hour. They are small and extremely portable and the fact that they are built into the counter means that there is no need to have separate components. All that has to be done is plug them in and they are ready for use. In fact, this is the ultimate in quick-start solutions.
With a touch screen display, it will be easy for a person to program the product to self-serve. No additional devices are needed to drive the system. Instead, the touch screen will allow a user to select a liquid sanitizer refill, complete with expiration date and batch number. Once this information has been entered into the device, the machine will then find the nearest dispenser and bring it to the table as requested.
The electronic digital signage display kiosks come standard with either a desktop or an armrest based design. Armrest models offer more versatility and are often built right into the counter top or stand on their own. Many also come with full-service customer service personnel that can help customers with any questions or concerns related to the product. The kiosks come standard with an automatic hand sanitizer dispenser that can be programmed to dispense one dose, up to thirty doses of the liquid sanitizer, in less than sixty seconds.
Some of the automatic dispenser hands on models include the option to add an oil-free sanitizer refill kit. This convenient feature allows a person to simply pick up the refill kit and apply it themselves. Other features on most of the automatic dispenser models are touch screens, touch pads, built-in power kits, and pre-programmed hot and cold settings. These additional features are often found on higher end products, but a quick online search should help a consumer find the model that is right for them.