Replacing the endless array of single-use plastic hand sanitizer bottles.
Built to last, the Vaask touchless hand sanitizing fixture is a sustainable solution that significantly reduces germ transmission.
The pandemic exposed the design failure of traditional hand sanitizer options — always-empty automatic dispensers, inaccurate sensors that create constant messes and drips, and foul-smelling gels that dry out hands.
Built to last, the Vaask touchless hand sanitizing fixture features an online dashboard and app alerting maintenance staffs when it’s time to refill, eliminating the time-consuming chore of checking each individual dispenser and also ensuring dispensers always stay filled.
Vaask’s features include:
– AC power or power-over-ethernet. (No batteries required.)
– Cast aluminum construction; 5-year warranty
– Options for custom colors, metals and graphics to showcase a company’s commitment to cleanliness
– PalmPilot sensor that precisely detects hands
– Large capacity
– No locked-in supply contracts. Refillable with any sanitizer gel, Vaask saves companies up to 65% on monthly sanitizer costs.
– Recessed, wall-mounted or freestanding options
– LED array attracts users
Vaask helps sustainably minded companies achieve their goals of creating healthier facilities for employees and guests. The fixture features durable all-metal construction, replacing the endless array of single-use plastic hand sanitizer bottles.
Vaask’s sanitizer cartridges are also designed to be extra large (more than twice the typical dispenser cartridge size), because it’s less resource intensive to manufacture one large plastic container than numerous small ones.
Behind each of Vaask’s differentiating features is a focus on advanced technology, designed to create a reliable experience. Vaask incorporates a high-end stepper motor and peristaltic pump, ensuring that it dispenses the correct amount of sanitizer every time. Also, Vaask’s proprietary PalmPilot sensor eliminates drips and mess. The PalmPilot technology measures the speed at which light photons leave the sensor and return. Because the component measures speed rather than light, the PalmPilot sensor functions even in spaces where dust can be an issue and detects hands of any shade that would otherwise flummox everyday infrared sensors.
When a hand-sanitizing dispenser makes people want to use it not just to keep themselves and others healthy, but for the experience alone, then they’re going to use it more regularly — whether anyone’s watching them or not. And that helps make every one of us healthier.
Head of Project
Jon Olsen (Founder & CEO)