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Details: SanitGrasp SG-101 Hands-Free Antimicrobial Washroom Door Pull - ADA Compliant
SanitGrasp is an internationally patented, antimicrobial, hands-free door pull that is treated with a bacteriostatic compound that is guaranteed to provide protection for the life of the product. This treatment inhibits the growth of microbes by hindering cell wall transmissions, disrupting cell metabolism, and interfering with cellular reproduction, and it will not wash off or wear away. The SANITGRASP hands-free door pull conforms with the Americans with Disabilities Act 404.2.7 'Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities', and is also ABA compliant. The SANITGRASP antimicrobial, hands-free patented design anticipates the awareness and intelligence of the general public. The design provides for a quick, simple, and elegant RETROFIT solution that rewards businesses by enabling them to cost-effectively provide for the safety, health, and comfort of their employees and patrons.
Full 1" Angled Tubular Door Pull for Opening Ease with the Forearm.
4" × 16" Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Construction
Lifetime Guarantee Antimicrobial Finish
Mounting Hardware Included
3/8 inch rear-plug weld for added strength and durability
Quantity 6 counter sunk #8 pan head screws use previous screw holes as pilot holes
1/4" diameter thru bolt is larger than the traditional pull handle's thru bolt
Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Construction
ADA Advisory 404.2.7 Door and Gate Hardware COMPLIANT
ADA Advisory 309.4 Door and Gate Hardware COMPLIANT
Etched instruction on Faceplate
Proliferation Of Germs
Countless medical studies have documented the rampant spread of threatening bacteria and disease through cross contamination of door handles, particularly in public restrooms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 40 million Americans get sick every year from bacteria that spreads from hand-to-hand . This is due to the increased frequency, number, and strain of the contaminants due in part to the presence of fecal matter. For YOUR BUSINESS, a positive PUBLIC IMAGE depends upon satisfied customers. Frankly, your BOTTOM LINE depends upon it.
Touch-Free Public Restroom Automation
The proliferation of auto-flushing toilets, automatic soap dispensers, automatic water faucets, and automatic paper towel dispensers, as well as used paper towels strewn around the public restroom door exit are testament to the public's awareness and preferences, and points to the obvious trend toward a Touchless Restroom Experience.
Quick DIY, Simple, Cost Effective
The SANITGRASP design allows for a quick, simple, and elegant DIY RETROFIT solution that rewards businesses by enabling them to cost-effectively provide for the safety, health, and comfort of their employees and patrons. 41% of men, and 28% of women surveyed state that they DO NOT wash their hands after using a public restroom. The SanitGrasp appeals to the other 59% of men and 72% of women who do wash their hands, and who are concerned with proper hygiene. Join the nation's most progressive owners, designers, developers, contractors, and facilities managers as they change the way people think about hygiene. Our innovative yet simple solution is ready to make a difference in your Public Image...and your BOTTOM LINE.
A Court in California judged the SanitGrasp is the best door handle for ADA adherence, the attorney's actually ordered the SanitGrasp for their client!
The SanitGrasp adheres to the strictest ADA standards!
404.2.7 Door Hardware and Gate Hardware
Handles, pulls, latches, locks, and other operable parts on doors and gates shall comply with Ã¢ÂÂ309.4. Operalbel parts such as hardware shall be 34 inches (855 mm) minimum and 48 inches (1220 mm) maximum above the finish floor or ground. Where sliding doors are in the fully open positition, operating hardware shall be exposed and usable from both sides.
Advisory 404.7.7 Door and Gate Hardware
Door hardware that can be operate with a closed fist or loose grip accommodates the greatest range of users. Hardware that requires simultaneous hand and finger movements require greater dexterity and coordination, and is not recommended.
Operable parts shall be operable with one hand and shall not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist. The force required to activate operable parts shall be 5 pounds (22.2N) maximum.