Hands-Free Sanitary Foot Pull Operated Door Handle Opener
- Hands-free foot-pull opener makes door opening sanitary and prevents spread of germs and viruses
- Durable, rust-resistant stainless steel, 0.060” thick, 5" L x 3” W x 1" T
- Works with latch-free commercial wood or metal doors, 1.5-1.75” thick
- Includes screws to mount to bottom of door, back-side of door or both
- Improves accessibility in your commercial building or home
Prevent the spread of viruses and germs with our Hands-Free Sanitary Foot Pull Operated Door Handle Opener. Just step down on the opener, and pull back with your foot to pull the door back and open the door without touching that filthy door handle.
Made from tough, rust resistant 0.060” thick stainless steel, and 3” in width with serrated teeth for a secure grip, our door opener makes opening the door easy and is a sanitary option for high-traffic areas such as restrooms and entrance/exits. Works great for customers, guests, employees, and family with accessibility issues or when your hands are full too! Suitable for latch-free commercial or residential wood or metal doors, from 1-1/2” to 1-3/4” thick.
Our foot pull door opener includes 3 mounting screws and is pre-drilled for a secure, long lasting mount as well as heavy-duty tape to retract and disable the doorknob striker latch if needed. Mount on the bottom of the door, back side or both. Measures 5" long, 3" wide, 1" thick.
Door handles are a prime nesting ground for all sorts of nastiness. Give your customers, guests, employees, and family a hands-free, sanitary, easy to clean option for door opening with our sanitary foot pull operated door handle opener.
- This door pull opener does not require the removal of the door for installation, but is recommended.
- Requires a standard 1/4" gap between the door edge and door frame, as well as a 1/4" gap between the bottom of the door and the floor.
- If the door can be removed for installation, remove the door and position the foot pull three inches from the door's outside edge. Use the included screws to screw it to the bottom (underside) of the door.
- If the door cannot be removed, position the foot pull three inches from the outside edge of the door and use the included screws to secure it to the backside of the door.
- If possible, remove the latch unit within the door handle assembly. The striker plate on the door frame can be left in place. If the door latch can not be removed, apply tape to both the latch assembly and strike hole. Doing this allows the door to open freely, eliminating the need to touch the knob or handle to release the latch.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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