Keep It Clean America

Touchless Hand Sanitizer System

Protection for Your Customers, Patients, Families & Business

The Keep it Clean America touchless hand sanitizer system provides protection against viruses and bacteria. Our system offers a touchless dispenser and is equipped with software that monitors usage, automatic refill alerts, and much more.

The emergence of Covid-19 has required businesses, workers, customers, and the public to adjust to changes in our daily lives. Our goal at Keep it Clean America is to offer a product and service that supports these changes now and into the future.

Hand hygiene is simple and the most effective way to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria. As we all adjust to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has become vital and necessary in business as well as at home.

The Centers for Disease Control recommends “placing touchless hand sanitizer stations in multiple locations to encourage hand hygiene.” Our touchless hand sanitizer system is designed for ease of use and notifies the customer when refills are necessary.

Keep your employees, customers, family, and business safe and protected from both viruses and bacteria.

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Motion sensor light on the top to prompt usage
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Hands free mist that sanitizes and dries quickly

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Sleek modern design that complements any setting

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Easy maintenance and usage tracking, perfect for meeting compliance requirements
Disease Prevention is critically important to our health and welfare. Protecting my patients and family from bacteria and viruses begins with hand washing and sanitizing. Using the Safe Entry Systems hand sanitizer unit is smart defense against disease.
V. Jeff VanTassell MD, FAAEM

Board Certified Emergency Medicine


The CDC has an excellent set of resources on COVID symptoms, how to protect yourself and what to do if you are sick.

For some of the best recommendation review the prevention information provided on the OSHA website.

The CDC provides a great set of guidelines for resuming work in office building and how to best limit the spread of diseases and bacteria.

For information on how to be proactive when dealing with COVID-19 review the article on the CDPH website.