Lincat adds latest mobile hand wash station to IMC range

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The IMClean F63/502 mobile hand wash station.

Lincat has added a new mobile hand wash station to its IMClean range. The unit has been developed in a bid to help businesses and organisations fight Covid-19.

With water control, a trough sink and a high capacity tank, the F63/502 is designed for organisations looking for a hygienic and cost-effective way to provide additional hand wash facilities for staff and visitors.

Helen Applewhite, marketing manager for IMC and Lincat brands, said: “We’ve developed the F63/502 following extensive research and customer feedback, so it’s exciting to see it launch. Given the current climate, we wanted to take our mobile hand wash station offer to the next level and create a new unit that is rich in useful features.

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“The F63/502 gives users better control of water dispense, whilst a larger trough sink provides more space to wash hands. We’ve also introduced a top-fill feature, making it simpler for the unit to be replenished with water. I really believe there is no better mobile hand wash station on the market and due to benefitting from group purchasing, we are able to produce it at a really great price.”

The F63/502 features a 20-litre tank, which is said to be double the capacity of most models currently available. The foot-operated pump allows the user to dispense the required amount of warm running water with no need for hand contact with the tap.

The unit dispenses up to 100ml of water per foot press, delivering 200 dispenses of water from one full tank. The increased capacity means the hand wash should need refilling less frequently, but when it does, the tank is designed to be easily accessible from the top.

The larger size of the trough sink should allow for more space to wash hands, keeping the top of the unit cleaner for longer without the usual water splashes everywhere.

The F63/502 includes a splashback, soap dispenser and paper towel holder, as well as the optional waste bin ring, which Lincat and IMC believes makes it a fully mobile, all-in-one compact solution which can be located anywhere.

A separate internal waste collection tank holds the waste water, removing the need for drainage. The waste tank is designed to be easy to remove and accessed from the front, so once the station is in place, there is no need to move it unless required.

A stainless steel construction, large wheels and a handle are aimed at making the hand wash station quick and easy to manoeuvre.

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