High Capacity Bath Tissue Systems

Coreless T7 / OptiCore T11 / Opticore T10 / Vertical T26 / Conventional Tissue / EasyCube / Towels Vs. Air Dryers

High capacity bath tissue dispensers offer many advantages over conventional dispensers. They hold 2-4 times the amount of tissue, limiting the frequency the dispenser has to be touched to be refilled, and the chance of running out. They require much less maintenance as they need to be refilled less frequently, significantly reducing labor costs. These dispensers are also environmentally friendly as they insure that each roll is fully used up, as the second roll can only be accessed when the first roll is empty.


Coreless Bath Tissue System T7

  • • 2 1000 sheet coreless rolls = 4 conventional rolls
  • • Less frequent filling means less touching
  • • Reduces out of service times and maintenance
  • • Translucent cover shows roll level, reducing service time
  • • Coreless product uses 82% less packaging so less waste
  • • Sleek compact dispenser size 14.2”W x 8.2”H
  • • Available in high gloss black or white polycarbonate
  • • Spindles available to convert existing dispensers
  • • EasyCube software integration for real-time service information
  • • ADA compliant

OptiCore Bath Tissue System T11

  • • Dispensers hold 2 or 3 rolls with 800 or 865 sheets
  • • High capacity for less frequent filling and touching
  • • High capacity reduces out of service times and maintenance
  • • Translucent cover shows roll level, reducing service time
  • • Available in black or white plastic
  • • ADA compliant
  • • 3 roll 14.1”W x 14.6”H, 2 roll 11.1”W x 8.8”H
  • • 161990 & 162090 are Green Seal and Ecologo certified, using 100% recycled materials

OptiCore Bath Tissue System T10

  • • High sheet count for maximum sheet capacity
  • • Dispenser holds 2 2000 sheet rolls for 4000 capacity
  • • High capacity for less frequent filling and touching
  • • High capacity reduces out of service times and maintenance
  • • Translucent cover shows roll level, reducing service time
  • • Available in black or white plastic
  • • ADA compliant
  • • Dispenser 16.6”W x 9.9”H
  • • 160090 is Green Seal and Ecologo certified, using 100% recycled materials

High Capacity Vertical Dispenser T26

  • • 2 1000 sheet rolls = 4 conventional rolls
  • • High capacity for less frequent filling and touching
  • • High capacity reduces out of service times and maintenance
  • • Available in black or white plastic
  • • ADA compliant
  • • Dispenser 6.3”W x 14.2”H
  • • 110292A is Ecologo certified, using 100% recycled materials

Conventional Tissue

  • • Bath tissue from 400 sheets to 775 sheets per roll
  • • Available in good, better, best quality levels
  • • Available in commercial packaging
  • • Available in small, easier to handle cases

Tork EasyCube®

Tork EasyCube® is facility management software that brings a whole new level of efficiency and quality to cleaning operations. Real-time data from connected devices and dispenser systems (paper towels/toilet tissue) is communicated via the cloud to the easy-to-use Tork EasyCube software, which prioritizes the information and directs cleaning teams to where they are needed most and when. The real-time information on cleaning needs is available on any digital device, 24/7, in a safe cloud solution powered by Microsoft Azure. The result is a new logic for cleaning that provides concrete savings, greater customer satisfaction and an extraordinary boost to staff motivation.

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Towels Vs Air Dryers

People should dry their hands with paper towels to avoid spreading the new coronavirus, according to the authors of a study published on Friday that finds disposable tissues are better than jet dryers at removing pathogens missed by ineffective washing.    

Global health authorities have highlighted the crucial importance of washing hands with soap and water to protect against COVID-19, which has killed tens of thousands and spread around the world. Contaminated hands are a major route for germ transmission, potentially spreading pathogens to surfaces like door handles or taps and causing infection when people touch their faces.  

A small study by experts from Britain’s University of Leeds and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust found that if hands had not been properly washed, drying with a paper towel was more effective at removing microbes.  

“We believe that our results are relevant to the control of the novel coronavirus that is spreading at pace worldwide,” said the authors, led by Ines Moura from the University of Leeds. “Paper towels should be the preferred way to dry hands after washing and so reduce the risk of virus contamination and spread.”

Four volunteers had their hands contaminated using a bacteriophage a virus that infects bacteria and is harmless to humans and then did not attempt to wash the microbes away. They then dried their hands either with paper towels or a jet air dryer in a hospital toilet and went on to touch various surfaces including door handles, stair rails, phones, and stethoscopes.  

Researchers found that using both paper towels and jet dryers reduced the contamination on hands. But for 10 out of 11 surfaces sampled, the jet method left “significantly greater environmental contamination”.

Microbes were found on all surfaces touched after using the jet dryer, with contamination on average 10 times higher than after the use of paper towels. The authors said the study was particularly relevant for hospital settings. They noted that while the NHS and World Health Organization (WHO) recommend the use of disposable towels after hand-washing as well as using them to turn off taps healthcare facilities in the UK were increasingly using jet dryers. 

“Clearly how much virus remains on peoples’ hands after washing depends to a large extent on how efficiently people are at washing their own hands,” said Paul Hunter, professor in medicine at the University of East Anglia, in response to the research. 

“If people do not wash their hands properly then other people may be at risk if standing close to someone using such a jet dryer. This study reinforces the need to wash hands properly so as much virus is removed as possible before drying.”

The study was due to be presented at this year’s European Congress on Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Paris this month, which was itself cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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