Dolphin Solutions, the washroom solutions provider, has announced the launch of its new Excel Black range of washroom products, which includes paper towel, soap, and toilet roll dispensers.
Developed in response to a demand for a black washroom solution, the range offers a sustainable and stylish, yet affordable, option.
The collection comprises of 14 products, including paper towel, soap, and toilet roll dispensers. Since its official launch at the recent Cleaning Show, it has been met by the industry with praise.
The Excel Black dispensers have been designed with the end user in mind. Each item in the range features a clear viewing window, allowing cleaning operatives to carry out quick checks of consumable levels. With simple locking mechanisms, they are easy to refill and replenish.
The dispensers can be custom printed with any logo to fit a client’s specification. In addition to being vandal proof, they are also sustainable: the foam soap system can reduce water usage by around 20%, whilst the ‘no-waste’ toilet tissue dispenser eliminates 30% of paper waste.
More information on the Excel range, which is available in both black and white, can be found on Dolphin Solutions’ website
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