EVENT RENTAL HAND SANITISER SOLUTIONS
The Original Hand Sanitiser Walls
THE ORIGINAL ‘DON’T PASS IT ON’ HAND SANITISER WALLS – AVAILABLE TO RENT
Cube’s ‘Don’t Pass It On!’ hand sanitiser walls provide public venues with a simple method to support hand sanitation for visitors and staff. They offer a highly visible public health communication opportunity and can be deployed easily in key locations with high footfall to support any event’s COVID-19 risk mitigation strategy.
Our walls are available for rent for a single event or for the season at competitive prices. They are ideal for use in football or rugby stadia, racecourses, cricket grounds or any sporting venue as well as at festivals and other events. Our customers also include hospitals, airports, train stations and supermarkets.
The portable, freestanding units are available in two different sizes on certified castors with locking brakes and can be very easily relocated in response to changing footfall. The wall mounted containers are easy to re-fill and we can supply gel at competitive prices and if required, staff to attend for the duration of your event to monitor levels and top up. We also supply individual stations with a single dispenser for smaller spaces.
All of our stations can be fully bespoke branded or are supplied with a generic picture background to suit the event type.
- Highly visible public health communication opportunity
- Equipped with up to 10 dispenser units
- Tailor-made designs also available upon request
- Customised branding
- Hand sanitiser gel available upon request
- Quality engineering with alibond wipe clean panels
- Simple to install and relocate with certified castors and locking brakes
- Turnkey solutions – units delivered ready for immediate use
- Rapid deployment to locations across the UK
- Available for purchase or hire
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CUBE’S HAND SANITISER WALLS
SIMPLE & EFFECTIVE
MADE IN THE UK
EASY TO ORDER
THE IMPORTANCE OF HAND HYGIENE
Hand hygiene is still considered the single most important method of preventing cross infection and have become the norm at most public venues.
Whilst soap and water should be used regularly to ensure clean hands at any time, applying hand sanitiser gel on clean hands will decontaminate them fully – a practice well-established by staff at hospitals and within the food industry.
Good hand hygiene habits will not only reduce the risk of infectious germs being transferred to others, it also reduces the risk of an infection being transmitted to the individuals themselves.