ILONA PEDAL ACTIVATED SANITISER DISPENSER | Chrystal & Hill

ILONA PEDAL ACTIVATED SANITISER DISPENSER

ILONA PEDAL ACTIVATED SANITISER DISPENSER
  • Product Code: EEAR01
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ILONA PEDAL ACTIVATED SANITISER DISPENSER

The  Ilona Pedal Activated Sanitiser Dispenser is ideal for any workplace. Whether at the reception, entrance area or within the office.

This unique unit ensures the user avoids getting any cross contamination. Each user activates the unit by foot.

Made in the UK this stainless steel dispenser is fully mechanical. The design allows the dispenser unit to be stable, vandal proof and compatible with any standard bottle. The unit can, also be fixed to the ground.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION:

  • Brushed stainless steel
  • Height:1000mm
  • Diameter:114mm
  • Base diameter: 330mm
  • Adaptable to any bottle with a push in top with a maximum diameter of 110mm and a maximum height of 300mm.

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Take a look at more of our Covid 19 products 

Here are seven ways you can show support to local businesses:

1. Shop local

If you need to buy something, try to buy locally first. Just because some doors are shut on your high street – and might stay that way for a while longer if they can’t open straight away – it doesn’t mean the shop or service hasn’t adapted its business behind the scenes.

2. Treat yourself to a takeaway or delivery

A night off cooking (and scrubbing pots and pans) will be welcome in most households. Many pubs and restaurants are operating a collection and or delivery service – most have information on their websites.

3. Pay now, enjoy later vouchers

Several cities have launched schemes to support local, independent businesses in the hospitality and events sectors, which remain under lockdown. The Pay It Forward scheme lets individuals pay for products or services now, which can then be delivered once businesses return to normal or near-normal operation.

4. Join the streaming sensation

Many yoga teachers and vocal coaches have been taking to the likes of Zoom to continue classes by streaming them. Some are asking for a voluntary donation rather than a set fee, so if your income has taken a hit and things are tight, you might still be able to afford it.

6. Give shout-outs on social media

A gesture that won’t cost you a penny is to follow your favourite businesses on social media, and like and share their interesting posts.  #buylocal is the keyphrase to quote here!

7. Get those odd jobs done

Supporting local business is not just about those with a shop presence. There are plenty of tradespeople suffering a huge loss of income. Keep an eye out for offers on local Facebook groups.

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