High-touch items such as supermarket trolleys, wheelchairs and airport luggage trolleys are frequently relied upon, but they can pose a high risk of germ transfer to staff and customers.
The current cleaning solution for retailers, hospitals and airports is manually disinfecting touchpoints with wipes or spray. Unfortunately, this measure is time consuming, is usually not sufficient to render the equipment germ-free and continued use of disposable wipes is costly, not to mention the environmental impact.
How it works:
Watch the video and learn how Sanitizit is helping Barossa Fresh Foodland keep their customers safe whilst lowering their operational costs.
Each Sanitizit unit is installed with SAGE Edge, an Industry 4.0 IoT connected controller, allowing connection into the SAGE Centralised Management and Monitoring System. This enables users to centrally configure, monitor, track and maintain all deployed Sanitizit units.
SAGE can remotely update and configure Sanitizit units, as well as collect data analytics of the unit's use, location and status with the ability to provide alerts for alarms and faults.
Inside, outside or both. No water connection, floor drain or specialty power outlet required. Set and forget.
Spray the quick-drying mist over single or multiple items without making a mess.
Sanitised trolleys will help your customers, patients
and employees feel safe.
No need for costly disposable wipes or manual cleaning.
A number of Drakes Supermarkets in South Australia are already rolling out the units in stores, with the system receiving positive feedback from customers.
In an Austalian first, local SA company SAGE Automation will manufacture the US-developed ‘Sanitizit system’ for use across the country and New Zealand.
Drakes' supermarkets has installed an automated sanitising unit to disinfect shopping trolleys in the ongoing fight against COVID-19.