Hands-free door openers are devices used to open doors without touching the handle or the surface of the door with your hands. They are particularly useful in public places such as hospitals, schools, offices, and shops, where people need to touch the door handle multiple times in a day, and can potentially spread germs and viruses.
Hands-free door openers are available in different forms, including foot-operated pedals, arm levers, and automatic sensors. They are usually made of durable materials like metal or plastic and can be easily installed on any type of door. Using hands-free door openers can help to reduce the risk of infection from germs and viruses, particularly during flu and cold seasons or during outbreaks of contagious diseases. They are a simple yet effective way to promote hygiene and prevent the spread of illnesses in public places.