StepNpull foot operated door openers are the low cost, effective way to give your employees and customers a touchless, germ-free option when exiting the public restroom. Simply step and pull the door open with your foot, it’s that easy!
OPENING DOORS ONE STEP AT A TIME
StepNpull® is a foot operated door opener that works on any latch-less commercial wood or metal door. Available in three stylish finishes.
Eliminate the spread of germs & prevent cross-contamination.
Open the door when your hands are full.
Reduce paper towel costs.
THE FINAL STEP IN SANITATION.
When you invest in making your restrooms touch free, yet your customers are still having to touch the dirty door handle, what's the point? StepNpull® foot operated door openers offer a low-cost and effective way to ensure your customers have a germ-free option when exiting your restroom. Simply step and pull, it's that easy!
Installation Made Easy
StepNpull® should be mounted approximately ⅛" from the bottom and and outer edge of the door.
Mark the holes with a pencil while holding the StepNpull® against the door at a level mounting position.
Use a 5/16” bit to drill the center hole.
Use the sexted bolt for the middle hole.
Level the StepNpull
Use the 1 ¼” screws for the outside holes
Tighten sexted bolt.
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News & Blog Posts
Estimates of flu-related deaths will be provided at a later time, when there is sufficient data to support a more precise estimate for that outcome.
The 2018-2019 flu season is the first season CDC has reported in-season burden estimates of flu in the U.S. These in-season estimates will be updated over the course of the flu season.
Health officials in the Connecticut area confirmed the first flu death of the 2018-2019 season. The state department of public health reported the patient was over the age of 65 years of age. So far the state has had 22+ hospitalizations related to the flu, and that’s just the start.
Weekly Flu Updates
Throughout the season, which goes well into next year, StepNpull will be updating the public on trends, insights, and the overall severity of the flu 2018-2019 flu season.
The CDC post weekly updates, graphs, and data sourced from the World Health Organization (WHO) and participating state governments, doctors clinics and more. This is the main source of information for the season because it is the most reliable and verified source available to anyone.
A Springfield-based company that aims to reduce the spread of germs and promote sustainable practices was recognized by judges from Cintas Canada, Ltd. during judging for Canada’s Best Restroom ® Contest at a car dealership in St. Albert, Canada.
NASA Makes List Of StepNpull’s Latest Customers at oldest field center, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia
"The most frequently identified influenza virus subtype reported by public health laboratories during week 52 was influenza A(H3). The percentage of respiratory specimens testing positive for influenza in clinical laboratories increased." -CDC