TOWEL DISPENSER/ Roll System/ Bay West/ Opti-Serv Wave 'n Dry Touch Free

Bay West

$ 30.00 

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Wave’n Dry® Roll Towel Dispensers

The Wave’n Dry® dispenser is a pioneer in the touch-free towel dispensing market. With no levers, buttons or cranks, the Wave’n Dry® dispenses a single towel at the wave of a hand, ensuring the only thing you touch is your personal towel. Towels are stored fully protected inside the dispenser until you request service, which is particularly important in public washrooms, food preparation areas and healthcare environments where prevent of cross-contamination is critical. Accommodates a variety of controlled towel choices in DublSoft®, DublNature® and EcoSoft® brands. Tailor dispensing to your facility’s need by choosing a pre-set towel length of 8″, 11″, 16.5″, or 22″ and choose the optimal settings for delay between cycles and sensor sensitivity to prevent waste while meeting user needs.

Features & Benefits

  • Towel stored fully protected to reduce cross-contamination
  • Discourages waste with adjustable towel and delay settings
  • Stub roll feature eliminates service interruptions

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