Hindware, Safe public hygiene practices, Unlock phase, Contactless hand washing systems, Contactless hand washing booths, National Capital Region, Sensor-operated faucet, Foot-operated soap dispenser

Hindware pledges to promote safe public hygiene practices in the Unlock phase; brings ‘contactless hand washing systems’

Installs contactless hand washing booths at eight high footfall locations in the National Capital Region

Reiterating its commitment towards promoting good health and hygiene in society, Brilloca, makers of India’s iconic bathware solutions brand, Hindware,  has introduced the first-of-its-kind ‘contactless hand washing system’, to be installed at public locations, as the country navigates though the Unlock phase.

In keeping with the brand’s legacy of driving innovation as per the needs of the community, the sensor-based hand washing system addresses one of the key priorities of the nation, i.e., creating awareness and building access to safe and hygienic hand washing facilities at public places.

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The contactless systems are being initially installed at eight sites in the National Capital Region, including four in Delhi, two in Gurugram and two in Noida.

Commenting on the occasion, Sandip Somany, chairman and MD, Brilloca, said, “Hindware has remained committed to promote health and hygiene in society, and the ‘contactless hand washing system’ is reflective of our efforts in this direction.  As the nation transitions through the Unlock phase, there is a need to stay cautious while we get into our routines. Safety is of prime importance; however, it is not always close at hand when we venture out. With our new initiative, we are aiming to not only bring safe hygiene practices to the masses, but also drive a behavior change which is imperative in the new normal.”

Crafted after a thorough field study at Hindware Design Studio, the contactless hand wash system comes fitted with a sensor-operated faucet, basin and foot-operated soap dispenser with a digital sensor, keeping a count of the hand washes at that particular station.

Sanjay Kalra, CEO, Bath Products & Tiles, Brilloca, added, “These are unprecedented times, and it is imperative that brands, with their expertise and knowledge, bring solutions that contribute towards the larger priority of the nation. While the focus remains on arresting the spread of coronavirus, it is also important to stay vigilant as we step out during the Unlock phase. The ‘contactless hand washing systems’ are being installed at specific locations where the footfall is expected to be higher. We are starting with the initiative in the National Capital Region and will adopt a phased approach to expand further.”

Over the years, Hindware has emerged as India’s leading sanitary ware and faucets brand. Driven by innovation at the Hindware Design Studio, it brings together a perfect amalgamation of technology and aesthetics, to create bathroom products that are aligned with the changing requirements of customers.



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