Foam Soap Dispensers Aim to Enhance Hygiene and Cost Savings

November 12, 2018

Bradley Corp.introduces a full suite of foam soap dispensers designed to save customers up to 50 percent in soap costs per year compared with liquid soap. This savings doubles the number of hand washes per fill. 

Foam soap, which creates a rich lather-like foam, provides better soap coverage and therefore doesn’t require as much soap to lather up. Foam soap is also easier to rinse off with water than liquid soap. With easier and quicker lathering and rinsing, foam soap reduces soap usage, water consumption and related costs. 

Bradley offers the most complete foam soap packages, with satin-finish stainless steel commercial grade dispensers featuring recessed and surface mounting, as well as manual and hands-free models. Their compact design offers a space-saving footprint in the washroom area. What’s more is that Bradley’s liquid soap dispensers can be easily converted to foam. 

Maintenance of the foam soap dispensers is very easy since the models use universal soap for trouble-free refills, provide a convenient sight gauge that signals refills, and require only half the amount of refills as liquid soap. Bradley conducted extensive product testing to ensure the dispensers don’t leak, jam or clog, which are among the public’s biggest aggravations in restrooms, according to Bradley’s Healthy Hand Washing Survey. 

The durable foam soap dispensers are ADA compliant for applications such as hospitality, retail, day care centers, restaurants, financial institutions, office buildings, regional transportation hubs, and more.

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