An automatic soap dispenser dispenses a controlled amount of soap solution. They are commonly used in public restrooms and can help conserve soap and prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Typically, they are placed near a sink or toilet. The dispenser is usually stocked with different kinds of soap. They also prevent cross-contamination by dispensing the appropriate amount of soap to each user.
These devices are easy to install and use. Cleaning is easy since they have no layers. Some models can even be placed in the kitchen, which can be convenient for washing hands during cooking. In addition to saving time and money, automatic soap dispensers can help teach people the proper way to wash their hands. A soap dispenser should always be within a certain distance from a pump.
An automatic soap dispenser can last up to a year before it needs to be recharged. They use four AA batteries, which must be purchased separately. The batteries can be replaced easily with a screwdriver. The battery life is dependent on how many soaps are dispensed daily. The automatic soap dispenser works by detecting infrared signals from a sensor. The device will then send a signal to a pump mechanism that will activate the pump. The pump will then dispense the appropriate amount of liquid soap, based on the amount of infrared energy. Once the amount is appropriate, the device will return to its original position.
The automatic soap dispenser includes an infrared sensing device and a pressed member that squeezes a soap feeding tube. This allows the dispenser to dispense a specific amount of liquid soap for every cleaning. In addition, an automatic soap dispenser can withstand corrosive environments while protecting its driver and its components from troublesome operation.
Automatic soap dispensers are a great option for public and commercial washrooms because they prevent the spread of germs. They also allow users to select the quantity of liquid they need. They are ideal for all types of counter-tops, as the stainless steel housing is rust-proof. Some even come with a caddy.
Some automatic soap dispensers come with infrared sensing devices that can be deactivated if the container is opened. These devices usually have a post that is located inside the housing that prevents the micro switch from activating when the housing is opened. They also have a sensor that measures how much soap is being used in a particular area.