Unlike traditional soap dispensers, an induction soap dispenser does not require water to work. Instead, you place the liquid soap inside the cylinder, which can hold up to 17 oz. The dispenser has an on/off switch and a clear window so you can check the level.
The infrared sensing technology of an induction soap dispenser helps avoid cross-contamination between people using the same soap dispenser. It also features independent parts, which prevent soap from affecting the mechanism or getting inside the sensor assembly. Other features include stainless steel construction, which is suitable for various cleaning products. The dispenser also includes a battery compartment that saves electricity.
Another benefit of an induction soap dispenser is its ability to detect your hand from as close as 2.75 inches away. This eliminates any possible cross-contamination by soap residues. Induction soap dispensers also feature a silicone-sealed battery compartment, which keeps the dispenser in good condition for longer periods. Furthermore, the dispenser features an automatic touch-free sanitizer dispenser, which can automatically provide a gel-based sanitizer within 0.25 seconds.
Another benefit of induction soap dispensers is the built-in sensor, which detects your hand's position and releases a small amount of liquid. This prevents germs from spreading around the room. Moreover, the dispenser has a transparent window to monitor the liquid level in real-time. By displaying the amount of liquid in the dispenser, you can always know if it is full or not.