Digital Signage X®

Protection Must Be Where Germs Are: Everywhere

The CDC recently reiterated the importance of having hand sanitation with you everywhere you go. The world is a filthy place. And in these perilous times of Covid-19, among other diseases, you can’t be too careful.

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Of course while out you can use public facilities to wash your hands. But that may cause more problems than it solves. The 60% alcohol content in hand sanitizer is a much safer bet.

But then another problem arises. Can you find hand sanitizer in the stores? During a pandemic, it’s possible the supply has run out. And it is in everyone’s best interest to keep our hands as clean as possible, for all our sakes.

A revolutionary new solution to public health has been developed by Krakem LLC. Digital Signage X is a stand-alone public hand-sanitizer station with a ready supply to keep all our hands clean. They are incredibly durable, weatherproof and tamper-proof. The stations are easy to maintain and fill, requiring no extensive training by civic workers. Forward-thinking cities now have the capability to ensure public health and safety with this brilliant new product.

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The company offers filling contracts that ensure the supply of their even safer 80% alcohol sanitizer never runs out. Under these convenient contracts shipping is also gratis. Other options include disaster insurance for the units themselves, as well as warranty extensions.

But Digital Signage X has even more benefits for city planners. The sanitation stations come with built-in communication systems for public alerts, and are 9-1-1 capable. This makes Digital Signage X a multi-tasking public service product that will benefit modern cities and modern health in real time.

We all have certain apprehensions these days with Covid-19 running rampant. Even after this episode fades, another is surely on the horizon. It’s only a matter of time. Cities investing in Krakem’s multi-function public sanitation and alert units will be the best prepared when that day comes.

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