With the mobile disinfection stand “Dessy”, the medium-sized company H. P. Kaysser braces itself against declining orders in times of crisis. Because the company has all the manufacturing processes in-house, the mobile “Dessy” can be delivered quickly and reliably. After the first series was sold out by municipalities and regional retailers, the large-scale rollout for industrial customers is now following.
“Because we have all the manufacturing processes in-house, we can deliver the new kaysser-webshop.de Dessy quickly and reliably in any quantities,” emphasizes Frank Niedermaier, Sales Manager at H.P. Kaysser GmbH & Co. KG. The company has developed a mobile disinfection stand in record time and produces it in-house with a high degree of vertical integration. All of the approximately 100 machines are available for this purpose if required. According to the manufacturer, demand for the reliably deliverable column has really exploded. The stainless steel dispenser is slim, robust and yet lightweight. The disinfectant is dispensed without contact by means of an electronic sensor.
Slim, light, aseptic and contactless
The slim dispenser is 1.60 metres high and weighs only around ten kilograms in total. The column is made of aseptic, germ-repellent stainless steel. Rounded edges and sloping surfaces ensure that dirt cannot accumulate and everything is easy to clean. Above the dispenser, an aluminium folding frame holds notices, information leaflets or instructions. “A tablet could also be attached,” assures Niedermaier. Under the dispenser sits a drip tray that can be removed and cleaned in the dishwasher. With a footprint of just 55 x 35 centimetres, Dessy can be placed wherever it is needed to save space. To ensure that it stays where it is placed, it can be chained – for example with a bicycle chain. Corresponding drill holes also allow “Dessy” to be screwed into the floor.
Supply chain well thought out and secured
H.P. Kaysser offers four powder-coated colours with the RAL colours white, graphite, dark blue or sand. Bulk buyers get their logo lasered on. The suspension for the disinfectant dispenser is designed variably and fits many suppliers. “This makes us flexible and independent for sourcing different dispensers and ensures our own ability to deliver,” says Niedermaier, pleased with the cleverness of the in-house development team led by engineer Kai Klenk, who took the product from idea to prototype in just two weeks. And the certified disinfectant comes from a supplier in nearby Stuttgart. Dessy” is shipped as a complete kit with appropriate assembly tools and instructions in compact packaging. This means that nothing stands in the way of a large-scale rollout for contactless health protection.