Advice from the Soapy team
The short answer is that soap and water remove germs and viruses from your hands with proper use.
The longer explanation is that we explore the world through our hands and interact with almost every surface and object in our surroundings. We also have a habit of touching our face (our eyes, nose, mouth). That’s when the germs we’ve collected throughout the day can enter our bodies. Additionally – if we touch someone else, the contaminations we have on our hands can spread to other people, too.
Washing hands removes those germs and viruses, helping us combat the spread of infectious diseases.
Insert your hands into the CleanMachine’s basin and the sensors will recognize the movement and trigger the dispensing of reagent and, if relevant, water. You then need to lather and rinse your hands for the duration indicated by the progress bar and the smart screen until the LED progress panel shows a steady green light.
We have an instructional video demonstrating how to use the CleanMachine. You can see it here.
Yes, 5 units is the minimum quantity per purchase.
Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, we offer nursing homes the opportunity to purchase 3 units instead of 5.
The facial recognition feature enables the employer or hygiene attendant to see individual or group handwashing data and trends.
The facial recognition algorithms used in the CleanMachine were developed by Soapy’s team in line with GDPR requirements – not storing personal images at any point.
Currently, we offer 3 varieties of CleanMachine: CleanMachine, CleanMachine Pro, and CleanMachine Pro Mobile.
CleanMachine Pro is a more accurate hand washing quality validation and more suitable for compliance-driven businesses and facilities.
The CleanMachine Pro mobile has an integrated freshwater tank and wastewater collector.
All of the 3 can be equipped for hand washing or hand sanitizing.
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