Underscoring the important public safety aspect of maintaining clean, sanitary restrooms, North American Hygiene''s Executive Vice-President, Charles Stone, was gratified that their hygienic toilet seats have received worldwide, positive exposure on "The Doctors" program.
"Unfortunately, we live in an age where the next serious pandemic can spread with lightning speed," said Stone, "and we are pleased to have our Sani Seat hands-free toilet seat protection system recognized as part of the solution toward effectively controlling the potential spread of infectious diseases."
Sani Seat can replace any standard toilet seat and houses a driving mechanism that contains rolls of hygienic plastic film called Sani Wrap which encloses the seat in a sleeve-like clear cover. A wave of the hand in front of a digital sensor by the user activates the Sani Wrap to automatically travel around the seat and, during the process, the previously used plastic wrap is collected and destroyed in an enclosed area, eliminating any possibility of the soiled material being reused.
"There is now a big push to convert conventional public restrooms into ''hands-free'' environments that will help prevent the spread of communicable diseases," continued Stone, "and Sani Seat is a viable, cost-reducing component in these new, completely touch-free washrooms. That''s why Sani-Seat is being installed in all types of settings, from
More information about distributorship opportunities and how Sani Seat is promoting health and safety in public restrooms can be found by visiting their website at www.cleanseats.com or by calling toll-free 1-888-813-9700.