The Aquasensor has a no-touch tap - ideal for packing companies that have to meet the strict requirements of organization like the BRC. The company behind the Aquasensor, H.O. Industries, has now introduced a second no-touch wash trough: the Aquasensor Economy. The name says it all: the new model is a lot more economical.The new Aquasensor Economy
"Really, wherever hairnets are used, these taps can also be used," Ewald Lommerse of H.O. Industries says about the Aquasensor wash trough. "You don't touch anything, by hand or foot. It doesn't get any more hygienic." The wash trough works with a sensor, built into the tap. That means there are no separate attachments or extra parts to use.Left, the new model with back wall, right, the old model
Now, following the traditional model, H.O. Industries has developed a new Aquasensor. In the first wash trough, the taps protruded from the back wall. With the new trough, they are on the edge of the trough itself. "It saves a lot on labour," Lommerse says. "In the end, it saves 30% on the final price." The suitably named Aquasensor Economy also has the option of adding a back wall. Click here for more information on the Aquasensor Economy.
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