GP Pro™ enMotion® Automated Touchless Towel Dispenser

GP Pro™ enMotion® Automated Touchless Towel Dispenser

Item # GP-59407A

  • Engineered to be jam free and features an elegant design, up to 150-roll battery life, and virtually soundless Whisper Quiet[TM] dispensing.
  • 14.7" W x 9.5" D x 17.30" H
  • Use with: 89460, 89470, 89480, 89485, 89490
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Manufacturer #: 59407A
  • $0 Express Delivery
  • ADA Version
  • Green + LEED
  • Attacks Pathogens
  • * 10 Year Warranty *
Others: $166.68/EA
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$95.24/EA

No More. 

Disgusting. 

Handles . . . .

Georgia Pacific 59407A EnMotion towel dispenser is the newest version that is an elegant, commercial-grade no-touch restroom towel dispenser  . . . No handles!  No touching!  Execs, customers and employees DO NOT want to touch disgusting handles . . . unless you want to jeopardize your job.  

Also, EnMotion high-capacity dispenser reduces the number of service visits & dispenses a single towel whose length you can adjust . . . shorter to save even more $$$.  Time delay and sensor range.  Automated stub roll transfer.  

Powered by 4 D-cell batteries (included) that last up to 3 years . . . or purchase and AC adapter kit to avoid using batteries all together.

17.30" H x 14.70" W x 9.50" D.  Elegant White.  

Installs to any restroom or breakroom wall quickly and easily in minutes.  Mounting screws included.

Next generation of EnMotion No-Touch restroom paper towel dispensing provides an elegant, no disgusting handles . . . . reducing bacteria and virus transmissions . . . and significantly lowering your restroom paper towel costs over the year.  

Top choice upscale restrooms:  Resorts & Hotels, Restaurants, Class A Offices, Universities, Hospitals, Schools, Nursing Homes, Churches, Country Clubs, Theaters, Stadiums, Airports, Manufacturing, Grocery, Museums, etc.  

ADA Compliant Version.  10 Year Manufacturer Warranty.  

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