Roll towel dispensers
Wausau Paper has added the OptiServ®
and OptiServ Accent™ roll towel dispensers to its line of controlled-use dispensing systems. The dispensers have
a cover design that allows the door to
be reversed easily, customizing installation.
The OptiServ dispenser’s modular
design allows the cassette to be replaced without removing the dispenser
from the wall. The product accommodates high-capacity roll towels with metered dispensing. The company’s Green
Seal™-certified towels in the EcoSoft™,
Green Seal, and Dubl-Nature® brands
complement the dispenser.
The OptiServ Accent is the new
small-footprint roll towel system. Its
modular design, reversible cover, and
compact size make it suitable for small
spaces, where it fits below the cabinet and over the countertop. The dispenser provides a premeasured towel
in spaces previously limited to folded
towels and accommodates the newly introduced premium and Green Seal-cer-tified roll towels in three paper grades.
The towels come in 300-, 450-, and
Both dispensers have a hands-free
design to promote cleanliness. Users
touch only their personal towels, reducing the chance of cross-contamination
from touching commonly used surfaces. Each dispenser has a built-in level,
which the company says saves time
during the installation process. The
dispensers are available in five translucent colors (black, red, green, blue, and
white) and can be custom-imprinted
with a company name or logo.
Wausau Paper Towel & Tissue LLC •
800-723-0001 • www.wausaupaper.com
Paylode® has introduced 100 percent-recycled, reusable dunnage products
for truck, rail, and intermodal cargo.
Made of precision-formed plastic dunnage, the products are designed to replace corrugated cardboard and wooden dunnage that is traditionally used to
protect loads and ensure compliance to
The line includes bulkhead spacers,
separator pads, void panels, lateral void
fillers, and plastic boards. The products
cushion loads without crushing to help
reduce freight damage costs and can
be reused for hundreds of trips.
Suitable for heavy, high-volume shipments that are prone to damage, the
products weigh less than half of what
wood alternatives weigh. They are
nestable and resistant to moisture and
Paylode • 877-421-2914
Green laser technology
Coolant recovery cart
has introduced a
new cart design
shops to use at
the machine for
storing and moving finished or in-proc-ess parts. The cart is positioned so
machine operators can load finished
parts comfortably onto the storage conveyors, the company states.
The cart allows coolant to drain off
machined parts, capturing it for reuse
or easy disposal. A drip pan located under the part storage area has a built-in
drain and hose hooked up to a container for capturing the coolant. The cart
accommodates either water- or petro-leum-based coolants.
Captured coolant can be returned to
the machine tool’s sump, deposited in
a coolant recovery and processing unit,
or disposed. Residual coolant remaining on the parts is minimal, making
them easier to clean before shipment.
The clear plastic shielding on top of
the cart helps prevent airborne contaminants or dust from settling on the parts.
Creform Corp. • 800-839-8823