Hand sinks and hand wash stations are commonly used to clean hands and wash food or other items in healthcare facilities, cleanrooms, and food service facilities. Hands-free models have a sensor faucet, foot pedal, or knee pedal to start the flow of water through the faucet, reducing the risk of cross-contamination from multiple users touching the sink. Hand sinks are smaller than hand wash stations and have one or more faucets. Hand wash stations are larger than hand sinks and accommodate one or more users.

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