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They are considered better than manual ones for several reasons with a manual soap dispenser, you need to touch the dispenser to get the soap out, which can lead to the transfer of germs and bacteria, on the other hand, the automatic one don't require any physical contact, which makes them more hygienic.

With a manual dispenser, you need to pump or press the dispenser to get the soap out, which can be tiring and or time-consuming while the auto one dispense the soap quickly and efficiently with just a wave of your hand.

Thirdly automatic soap dispensers are more convenient to use as they require less effort and are easier to operate. They are especially useful in public restrooms where there are many users and frequent handwashing is required.

Although automatic dispensers are more expensive than manual dispensers, but they are definitely cost-effective in the long run as they dispense the right amount of soap each time, thus reducing waste.

There are several types of automatic soap dispensers available by Fontana Touchless Faucets , which include:
  1. Touchless or Sensor Soap Dispenser: They use infrared sensors to detect the presence of hands and dispense soap automatically. They are the most common type of automatic soap dispenser and are found in public restrooms.
  2. Manual Soap Dispensers with Automatic Refill: These dispensers work like regular manual soap dispensers, but they are equipped with an automatic refill system that detects when the soap level is low and dispenses soap as needed.
  3. Countertop Automatic Soap Dispensers: These dispensers are designed to be placed on a countertop and are usually powered by batteries. They are ideal for use in commercial bathrooms.
  4. Wall-mounted Automatic Soap Dispensers: These dispensers are mounted on walls and are commonly found in public restrooms. They are designed to save space and are easy to install.
  5. Foaming Soap Dispensers: These dispensers use special foaming soap, which is mixed with air to create a rich lather. They are popular in households and public restrooms because they use less soap than traditional liquid soap dispensers.