Since the outbreak of COVID-19, hygiene has become a top priority for everyone, especially in places where large numbers of people may be exposed to germs: hospitals, airports, stadiums, schools, and restaurants.
Commercial building owners and facility managers now realize that one of the most effective ways they can improve hygiene is to upgrade restrooms with touch-free fixtures.
Sensor faucets, sensor flushometers, and other touch-free components let the people who visit and work in these facilities contact fewer surfaces when they use the restroom, reducing the risk of germ transmission.
This infographic shares surprising facts about touch-free restrooms, the history of their groundbreaking technology, and suggestions for upgrading to better hygiene for your restrooms.
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