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be from the air or any other liquid
being poured in - can contaminate
that reservoir. "
She said studies looking at bulk
soap dispensers have found that 25
percent of them had enough bacteria
that the soap, and what was in it, made
people's hands dirtier than before they
washed their hands. " Which is really
gross and I hate having to tell people
that, but that's why it's so important
to have a closed soap system, " she said.
When a soap bottle is empty, a new
bottle is used. Sloan partners with
Gojo to offer refill bottles designed
For the faucet, Kish said most of the
airport customers have opted for the
BASYS-style, which has access from
the top. " The crown of the faucet can
slide off, and that's how you can turn
the water off, you can access all of the
repairable items - anything you need
for basic troubleshooting, " she said.
The AER-DEC Integrated Sink
comes with a deck-mounted BASYSstyle
hand dryer that has a HEPA
filter to clean the air coming out of
Designed with the sink, Kish said
Among the latest in closed soap dispensers
is the ESD-360 Top-fill Soap Dispenser.
It includes a top cover that slides open
via a tamper-resistant unlocking feature.
Once open, the soap refill bottle can be
inserted into the spout. Until the dispenser
recognizes the refill is an approved refill, it
will not open or allow filling.
these hand dryers give the best experience.
" One of the keys is that you
don't get the blowback. When you're
drying your hands, you're not going
to get a bunch of air and whatnot
blowing back at you. We have a patent
on the AER-DEC sink design that has
a little inlet. Basically, if you were to
be facing the sink and you reached in,
it would be right in front of you, lined
up with the dryer that redirects the air
down, rather than back up at the user.
" So you don't have to worry about
ending up with hands dirtier than
when you started. You know that
handwash process is going to be really
clean and that you're going to end up
in a healthier spot. "
THE NEXT BIG SHIFT IN AIRFIELD MANAGEMENT
TAKES OFF WITH AIRFIELD 4.0
Pinpoints service and
Provides greater control under
Our AXON EQ intelligent inset lights include built-in sensors to capture data
essential to making airport operations more streamlined and predictive.
LINC 360 is a high bandwidth bidirectional power line communication system that
facilitates two-way data transmission, creating a data-driven future.
LINC Node forms the second leg of the ADB SAFEGATE connectivity strategy.
It connects smart airfield assets to the cloud providing real-time monitoring from
any place on any device.
These Airfield 4.0 building blocks harness smart Industry 4.0 technologies to
revolutionize airfield operations and enable real-time, data-driven decision making.
Allows upstreaming of data
Goes beyond existing
individual light control and
5G connectivity to the cloud
Alarm and warning
notifications pushed from the
cloud to mobile devices
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of January/February 2023
Inside the Fence
Airports Make Capacity a Top Issue in 2023
Airport Business 2023 Projects of the Year
Integrated Sink Puts Hand Hygiene Entirely within Reach
What to Expect for Kansas City International Airport’s New Terminal
Built for Success
Project of the Month: Collaboration Key to JAC’s Improved Water Collection Process
After the Emergency: What’s Next?
January/February 2023 - 1
January/February 2023 - 2
January/February 2023 - 3
January/February 2023 - 4
January/February 2023 - Inside the Fence
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January/February 2023 - Airports Make Capacity a Top Issue in 2023
January/February 2023 - 9
January/February 2023 - Airport Business 2023 Projects of the Year
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January/February 2023 - Equipment Matters
January/February 2023 - 25
January/February 2023 - Integrated Sink Puts Hand Hygiene Entirely within Reach
January/February 2023 - 27
January/February 2023 - What to Expect for Kansas City International Airport’s New Terminal
January/February 2023 - 29
January/February 2023 - 30
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January/February 2023 - Built for Success
January/February 2023 - 33
January/February 2023 - Project of the Month: Collaboration Key to JAC’s Improved Water Collection Process
January/February 2023 - 35
January/February 2023 - 36
January/February 2023 - Airport Guru
January/February 2023 - 38
January/February 2023 - Legal Matters
January/February 2023 - 40
January/February 2023 - After the Emergency: What’s Next?
January/February 2023 - 42
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