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Napkin/Tampon Vendor - Free operation - Recessed

Product Features:

Sanitary Napkin / Tampon vendor shall dispense 15 napkins and 23 tampons of specified sizes and shall have cabinet fabricated of alloy 18-8 stainless steel, type 304, 18 gauge; all exposed surfaces shall have #4 satin finish and be protected during shipment with a PVC film easily removable after installation.

Door shall be fabricated of 18 gauge same grade stainless steel and shall be attached to cabinet with a full length 3/16" dia. (5mm) stainless steel multi-staked piano hinge and shall be held closed with two (2) tumbler locks keyed alike to other ASI Washroom Equipment.


SKU Description Price Qty
ASI-04684-F Napkin/Tampon Vendor - Free operation - Recessed $369.99
ASI-04684-25 Napkin/Tampon Vendor - 25 cents operation - Recessed $385.99
ASI-04684-50 Napkin/Tampon Vendor - 50 cents operation - Recessed $369.99
SKU Refills Price Qty
MT-4 Maxi Thin Sanitary Napkin Case of 250 for Vending Machine $48.00
T500 T500 Tampax Tampon Case of 500 for Vending Machine $65.99



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    Stainless Steel Cleaning and Maintenance

    Under normal usage, stainless steel products require regular cleaning with a soft clean rag moistened with a mild detergent followed by a water moistened clean rag and then a dry rag, much the same as stainless steel sinks, pot & pans and eating utensils, and can be wiped with lemon oil applied by soft polishing cloth to maintain sheen.

    Satin finished stainless steel should be protected against Muriatic acid and caustic or abrasive materials, and harsh cleaning detergents [with pH outside the range 6 ± .5]. In the event such agents cause discoloration, polish with a stainless steel cleaner such as 3M Stainless Steel Cleaner & Polish and a 3M Scotch Brite pad. Either a blue (less aggressive) or green (more aggressive) pad is recommended.