Enhance hygiene and safety in high-traffic hospital restrooms with Stern Engineering’s touchless sanitary solutions.
Our comprehensive range features not only touchless faucets and automatic soap dispensers,
but also state-of-the-art touchless WC cubicles and revolutionary behind-the-mirror hand washing stations.
Dive into our case study to witness how we’ve transformed healthcare facility restrooms, setting new standards for cleanliness and user experience.
Elevate your restroom design and functionality with Stern’s innovative touch-free solutions today.

Touchless Restroom - Automatic Commercial Faucets for Healthcare Facilities

Touchless Restroom – Automatic Commercial Faucets for Healthcare Facilities

In the dynamic landscape of healthcare facilities, the pursuit of optimal cleanliness and hygiene has taken center stage. As the world grapples with evolving health concerns, touchless restroom technologies have emerged as crucial components in safeguarding the well-being of patients, staff, and visitors. Among these innovations, automatic commercial faucets stand out, utilizing advanced sensor technology to provide a hands-free solution that minimizes the risk of germ transmission.

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DEBRECEN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL - Stern Engineering Touchless Faucets, Automatic Soap Dispensers, Hand Dryers, Flush Valves for Urinals and Toilets & Bathroom Accessories

Debrecen Hospital Bathrooms

Embark on a journey of enhanced customer experience at Debrecen Hospital Bathrooms, made possible by Stern Engineering’s transformative solutions. In this enlightening case study, witness the implementation of touch-free deck-mounted faucets that have revolutionized hygiene and convenience for medical staff and patients alike. Explore the seamless integration of innovative products that have elevated the hospital’s bathroom facilities to new heights. Discover the power of touchless technology and its significant impact on the medical environment, reinforcing the commitment to excellence at the Medical School of the University of Debrecen, the first of its kind in Central Europe since 1951.

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