Sentinel 1-Gallon, F-Style, Hand Sanitizer Dispenser

Model # 976966

The Sentinel 1-Gallon, F-Style, Hand Sanitizer Dispenser is an all stainless steel dispenser for hand hygiene products (sanitizer/soap) and other chemicals. A heavy-duty push lever depresses the pump on a user-supplied chemical container and dispenses an adjustable amount of product into the users hand. The wall-mounted, industrial design is perfect for dispensing hand sanitizer in food preparation areas, hospitals, military facilities, retail store entrances, and countless other locations. This model is designed for rectangular F-style jugs with off-center openings.

Key Features

  • Heavy-duty stainless steel push lever deters users from abusing plastic chemical pumps
  • Wide push lever for easy activation via hand, wrist, or elbow
  • Adjustable push lever range of motion
    • Prevents over-dispensing
    • Prevents full pump spring compression and lid impact
  • Ideal for transition zones to prevent cross-contamination
  • No electricity required - no batteries or electric costs
  • Does not require expensive, specially-designed chemical packages
  • Dispenses from any 1-gallon, F-style container (rectangular with off-center opening)
  • Enhances cost savings from bulk packaged chemicals
  • Jug rack can be raised or lowered to fit most spring-loaded chemical pumps and jug heights
  • Easy to clean and disinfect contact points
  • All stainless steel construction - built to last!
  • Made in the USA
  • Available for round/square jugs (#976956)
  • Similar model available with foot-pedal activation (#976906)
  • See other Lafferty sanitation equipment in Catalog 11


  • Stainless steel mounting plate
  • Stainless steel push lever dispenser (F-style)
  • Volume adjustment bolt
  • Stainless steel, electropolished, welded, wire frame jug rack (1 gallon, F-style)
Chemical Container
1-Gallon, F-Style
Spring-Loaded Pump Mechanism
Lafferty Equipment Manufacturing, Inc.
5614 Oak Grove Road
North Little Rock, AR 72118
TFN: 1-800-999-2820

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