When to wash your hands during the COVID-19 pandemic?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, you should clean hands when:
Before eating food
After using the toilet
After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
After touching garbage
Before touching your eyes, nose, or mouth because that’s how germs enter our bodies.

Wash Hands frequently can help yourself and your loved ones stay healthy.
Many studies have found that sanitizers with an alcohol concentration between 60–95% are more effective at killing germs than those with a lower alcohol concentration or non-alcohol-based hand sanitizers.

If you don’t wash your hands so frequent, then you should avoid touching things like:
Door Handles
Elevator Buttons
Faucet Handles
Escalator Handrails
Petrol Pumps
ATM Buttons
Public Transport Handles

Using JLA’s automatic faucet and automatic flusher could avoid touching the faucet handles and public toilets flush buttons.

JLA automatic faucet:
-AC/DC power supply
-Sensing distance: 3-15cm
-Outflow volume: More than 5L/min
-Inflow pipe diameter: PF 1/2
-Applicable water pressure: 0.5-5kgf/cm2

JLA automatic urinal flusher:
-AC/DC power supply
-Sensing distance: 25-15cm
-Outflow volume: More than 6L/min
-Inflow pipe diameter: PF 1/2
-Applicable water pressure: 0.5-6kgf/cm2

Choose us to keep your hands clean and saver water!