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Redesigned glove dispensers

24 November 2017

Teknomek has updated its hygienic stainless steel glove dispensers to better meet customer needs. Improvements to the four-tier and single tier dispensers offer more internal space to fit a wider choice of packaged gloves boxes. Plastic clips have been removed from the design. 

The wall mountable units are now wider and deeper, enabling a greater choice of boxes to be quickly installed, the updated design also means that one glove dispenser can now fit all.

Previous designs used black clips to secure the loading door. However, the use of plastic meant each dispenser had to be audited for the weekly plastics risk register, which adds precious minutes to every check. Replacing clips with a lift and pull action for easier and faster refilling has solved this problem.

The 304 grade stainless steel dispensers have also benefitted from Teknomek’s drive to reduce risk by making them more hygienic and easier to clean. The lettering is now etched, rather than laser cut, to remove dirt traps and further reduce the potential for contamination.


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