Gojo says its new LTX and ADX Dispensing Systems are designed to dispense cleansers that promote human well-being. The touch-free and manual dispensing systems feature an attractive design that fits easily between restroom sinks or other tight areas.
They have large sight windows to allow for at-a-glance refill checks. Their easy-to-open design and Gojo sanitary sealed refills snap into place quickly, minimizing labour time while protecting users from the contamination risks of bulk soap.
In addition, the dispensers utilize Gojo controlled collapse bottles, which are engineered to hold their shape longer while emptying to allow for a more attractive appearance.
"The Gojo LTX and ADX Dispensing Systems set the standard for soap dispensing and refill systems for businesses and organizations dedicated to proper hand hygiene," said Rick Henry, senior product manager, dispensing systems at Gojo. "In addition to dependability and ease of use, the LTX and ADX Dispensing Systems reflect the Gojo commitment to sustainability by featuring Gojo Smart-Flex Bottles, which are made from durable, recyclable material to provide crystal clarity while using 30% less material than standard rigid HDPE bottles."
Gojo offers customers the high-capacity LTX-12 system (1200 mL) for fewer change outs in high-traffic areas as well as the compact LTX-7 (700 mL) for small-footprint installations. The ADX-12 has a 1250 mL capacity while the ADX-7 holds 700 mL. The dispensers can be personalized from a selection of colours and patterns to fit your style and the addition of a company's logo.