A soap dispenser comes in several types. A distinction is made between the cartridge liquid soap dispenser and the soap dispenser accepting bulk liquid soap.
In the case of the cartridge soap dispenser it has the advantage
of being very hygienic
, no filling problem since a cartridge change is made. On the other hand, the price of cartridges
is very often higher in price per liter
than a liquid soap in bulk (can of 5 liters for example). However, this is to be weighed against the fact that a cartridge
soap dispenser consumes much less
than a bulk soap dispenser. In fact, the latest generations of soap dispensers dispense foam and thus consume 5 to 7 times less
than with bulk liquid soap. In general, the manufacturer of cartridge soap dispensers guarantees them for life like Deb for example.
On the cartridge dispensers we offer several manufacturers including Deb, Stoko, Tork and also Lotus.
The bulk soap dispenser
is inherently the economy choice
. Indeed, the hygienic
aspect is not guaranteed
by the access to the filling tank. In addition, there is a risk of error when filling
the product level as well as a risk of product stagnation in the tank if it is not maintained regularly. Then there can be overconsumption
and leakage under the
soap dispenser if the soap dispenser pump is not serviced and replaced.
Clearly, if you are looking for absolute savings, prefer a bulk soap dispenser but if hygiene remains your priority, prefer a cartridge soap dispenser. Choosing
a good system will allow you to control your budget
In recent years, dispensers of consumables for hand hygiene have developed, in particular automatic soap dispensers.
These devices are of significant interest
with regard to hygiene
. Indeed, the big concern of the major of soap dispensers is the fact that the user comes into contact with the lever or the pusher allowing to dispense the dose of product. Consequently, the hygiene of this pusher in the context of successive passages by users
represents a major risk in the context of the transmission of germs
The contactless dispenser is triggered
via an infrared cell
and the dose of soap is therefore delivered without any contact between the user and the device.
Beyond the reinforced hygienic aspect, it is also the consumption that will be optimized
because it is clear that on a manual device, the user will reflexively press the button several times
but on a cell device it does not. will not have this reflex. There will therefore be a reduction in consumption
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Distributors and compatible cartridges
Lotus soap dispenser
In the range of Lotus soap dispensers, a distinction must be made between liquid dispensers and foam dispensers.
Foam soap dispenser is available in blue and white, reference 401795 and 402711.
Consumable compatible references 401796, 401797 and 401798
Spray soap dispenser reference E02230 compatible consumable J95816E
Liquid soap dispenser 350 ml reference 80010 compatible consumable 80012
Lotus Enmotion dispenser in blue or white 403605 and 403589. Compatible consumable: 403609, 403608, 404390,404389.
Tork Sca soap dispenser
At Tork SCA there are several models. The same device can be compatible with several types of formulas (washing, disinfecting ...)
Deb soap dispenser
Deb restructured its entire range in 2011/2012 as part of a European approach.
As a result, a certain number of widely implemented standards have been removed due to their aging. Thus the Hypor range with heiress, deb and florafree soaps have been removed from the range.