Ecolab System Can Halve Water Use
Ecolab says its system that provides touch-free water and soap delivery to back-of-house restaurant handwashing stations uses up to 50 percent less water than traditional handwashing and helps prevent the spread of foodborne illnesses.
The Syncra Hand Hygiene System uses smart technology with a pre-programmed, yet adjustable, three-step process for handwashing and rinsing.
It can be retrofitted on existing sinks. Ecolab says Syncra’s intuitive interface enables kitchen staff to avoid contact with harmful bacteria that can collect on handwashing surfaces by delivering chemistry and water through the same touch-free activation.
Syncra also has a built-in timing mechanism to ensure users properly lather and scrub before the system delivers additional rinse water. Each step in the process is completely adjustable to meet the operator’s handwashing protocol.
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