• Should the Vermandere Disinfection Column be connected to an electrical outlet?
    NO The dispenser works on 4 x AA (LR6) batteries that are included. This makes the column easy to move, even in places where there is no socket.


  • What kind of disinfectant does the Vermandere column work with?
    A starter bottle is already included, but in principle the Vermandere Disinfection column works on all types of liquid products, whether they are liquid or in gel form. Gel form is preferable because it is easier to handle without wasting. You can buy your own stock and pour it into the reservoir of the dispenser. Remember that there must be at least 70% alcohol in the disinfectant to be effective.


  • Do I have to buy refills through Vermandere?
    NO Each dispenser has a 1 liter reservoir that can be easily refilled with alcohol gel which is freely available on the market.


  • Do you have to touch the dispenser to operate?
    NO The dispenser works completely hands-free. As soon as the electronic eye detects a hand under the dispenser, a drop of alcohol gel or liquid is distributed.


  • How can I clean my Vermandere Disinfection column?
    If a few drops fall on the base plate, they can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth. The dispenser can also be cleaned with a damp cloth. If the stainless steel housing has to be cleaned, this can be done with a commercially available stainless steel cleaning product.


  • Should the Vermandere Disinfection Column be mounted?
    NO the Vermandere Disinfection column is already pre-assembled and can therefore be removed from the packaging. The dispenser only needs to be equipped with the supplied batteries, then slid over the suspension hooks and finally filled with the disinfection product (starter battle is included) and the Vermandere Disinfection column is ready for use.


  • Is there not too much gel / liquid from the Vermandere Disinfection column?
    NO The dispenser is set to 1ml per drop. This seems a lot and it takes a while before the gel or liquid has completely evaporated. Rub the gel well over the entire surface of your hands. The gel takes about 30 seconds to dry, which is also the time it takes to kill bacteria. So it makes no sense to dry your hands earlier or wash them afterwards.


  • The alcohol gel from the dispenser flies in all directions, now what?
    Don't worry, there is nothing wrong with the dispenser. Sometimes a residue of the alcohol gel will stick to the dispenser and harden. Sometimes, the nozzle (outlet) of the dipenser becomes somewhat clogged, with the above result. Go with a damp cloth over the nozzle (outlet) of the dispenser and the problem is solved.