Our CountClean product is in use in hospitals, universities and aged care facilities across the country, but we are now seeking to expand its use into the services industry. CountClean uses patented technology to produce rich, ongoing, and highly useful data on rates of hand sanitization. We believe that CountClean enabled handles could have a dramatic effect on staff hand hygiene where the handle is positioned so as to maximise use. We are interested in working with partners who prioritize hand hygiene and would like to supplement their current audit approach with 24/7 monitoring of hand hygiene. Please get in touch!
We were delighted to receive a full and highly positive writeup in the Plain Dealer, Ohio’s largest daily newspaper.
A quick note to remind everyone that we’ll be at the National Restaurant Association show again in Chicago on the 18th to 21st of May. We’re on booth 10166 and looking forward to discussing how TurnClean and PullClean can improve hand sanitization in your restaurant (and sports bar, and coffee shop, and kitchen…). If you would like to book a meeting with one of our sales team, please get in touch.
After a very successful run in London’s Science Museum, the Superbugs: The Fight for Our Lives exhibition will tour India and China. PullClean is featured as a design solution that could help prevent Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR). PullClean, and our related CountClean hand sanitization monitoring product, are described as ‘elegant solutions to the problem of hand hygiene’.
We are delighted to announce that our new TurnClean product has been given a limited release and we now have test units running at 50 sites nationwide. TurnClean fits over the handle over turning handles, making installation very easy. TurnClean handles are suitable for single-stall restrooms and with PullClean, mean that we are able to offer full hand sanitization solutions to all facilities.
PullClean has been awarded a prestigious D&AD design award. Other winners for the Industrial Design category include Google and Nest.
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