UMC, Inc. is Supporting Communities With Touch-Free Wash Stations

April 10, 2020

In an effort to ensure communities continue to encourage safe social distancing, UMC, Inc., a member of Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA), designed, developed and manufactured Portable Wash Stations. These machines solve the immediate need for functional wash stations for construction sites, grocery stores, emergency hospitals, etc. during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Their wash stations comply with the CDC requirements and keep the safety of our communities in mind. The standard, two and four sink stations include features that will ensure the most effective CDC hand washing recommendations are met. These include features like 100% touch-free soap, water, and paper towel dispensing, up to 240 washes per hour, indoor/outdoor rust proof design and galvanized top and backsplash for clean-ability and durability. You can build from there choosing from add-on options like 120V hot water heater, forklift sleeves, backflow devices and more.

For more information about these touch-free wash stations, visit UMC’s website.

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