HOW DO I USE THE STEPNPULL®? We open so many doors in a normal day, the motion is automatic. The only difficulty we may have is knowing whether to push or pull a door open, or if the door is too “heavy.” Of course, most people’s experience is using their hand to open doors. More…
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Take a look at this presentation and you will probably shock yourself at some of the facts and possibly you will never think of the humble toilet handle in the same way StepNpull Presentation
We are happy to be featured in Hospital Management Magazine March 2014 edition, view our article on page 23 of the Hospital Management Magazine.The article is titled ‘Who wants to touch a germ riddled toilet door handle’ and indeed who does?
We are at the Facilities Management Show in the NEC in Birmingham, we will be there Tuesday 11th until Thursday 13th March and are on stand F19c please come and say hello and open our door with your foot (the way it should be opened)
Happy to be accepted to be a member of the British Toilet Association (BTA) we know that the best toilets will have a hands-free door opening device like a StepNpull to reduce the transmission of germs and bacteria from the dirty toilet door handles.
Come see us at the Facilities Management Show NEC, Birmingham – 11-13/03/2014 we are on stand F19c, StepNpull at the show Register for the show
We have been featured in Cleanzine that writes about Cleaning and Hygiene News, we are happy that they realise the potential benefits of the StepNpull and see it as a potentially life saving device. Read the full article