Automatic Soap Dispenser

Automatic Soap Dispenser

There are lots of bacteria in door handles, tables and chairs, and electrical switches. Washing your hands frequently can reduce the germs on your hands, which decreases the risk of illness.

Professional research data also shows that: washing hands with water will reduce bacteria by 30%, and the maximum reduction of bacteria with soap (hand sanitizer) is 98.6%! It is necessary to wash your hands with clean and sterilized products.

Soap dispenser, as a good tool for hand washing, has been used on various occasions. It uses an ingenious liquid discharge structure design to make it easy for people to get the soap liquid without having to squeeze it themselves. Soap dispensers were first used in shopping malls, airports, hospitals, high-end office buildings, and other public places. Now people also like this convenient way to wash their hands, and let it into their homes. Here are some tips for buying Soap Dispenser.

Working Principle

Soap dispensers are classified into two types: automatic soap dispensers and manual soap dispensers.

One is a touch free soap dispenser, also called induction soap dispenser, which uses infrared technology. When the human body is approached, a certain amount of soap is automatically squeezed out of the liquid outlet. This soap dispenser is relatively expensive, and it is generally used in public places because it looks more advanced.

For instance, SVAVO tabletop automatic sensor liquid soap dispenser V-473 is equipped with intelligent and smart motion infrared sensor, which has three adjustable soap dispensing levels: 1.5ml, 3ml, and 4.5ml. This soap dispenser adopts advanced technology. Once you put it under your hand, it takes only 0.25 seconds to foam. You don’t need to scrub and foam by yourself. It is easy to rinse without leaving residue. Compared with hand sanitizer, which leaks when not connected well, the foam is not easy to fall, and it can also penetrate bacteria and dirt in the palm and fingers.

The other is a manual soap dispenser, a device to get soap liquid by button. Its design does not require electricity, and manual control of the amount of liquid is more suitable for home use.

Material style

Soap dispensers are usually divided into two types according to different materials

One is stainless steel, the other is plastic. Stainless steel is beautiful and durable, but it is not convenient to see the amount of soap you used. SVAVO tabletop automatic sensor liquid soap dispenser V-473 is made of IPX4-waterproof and leakproof ABS material, which is resistant to high-quality performance.

Plastic soap dispensers are colorful, lightweight, and stylish, and cost-effective. Moreover, plastic soap dispensers are cheaper. Hence, if you want to reduce the expenditure, the plastic one may be a better choice for you.

Installation Method

The placed soap dispenser can be directly placed on the washstand without installation, and it is easy to move. This kind of soap dispenser like SVAVO tabletop automatic sensor liquid soap dispenser V-473 is so convenient that you can move it from the kitchen to the bathroom. If you are a student, you’d better choose this soap dispenser that is easy to carry to school. Additionally, it is more durable because its battery compartment can help to protect your automatic soap dispenser from being soaked or moistured by water.

The wall-mounted type uses a screw to fix the soap dispenser on the wall surface, which will damage the wall surface during installation. The sink-type soap dispenser is a complex combination of a sink and a soap dispenser.

You prefer the advanced but expensive automatic one? Or cost-effective but inconvenient manual one?  Choose your ideal soap dispenser base on your own needs. To this end, I hope this post can help you understand more about how to choose your ideal soap dispenser.

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