Sanitary Napkin Vending Machine is a self-service vending machine used for dispensing sanitary napkins against acceptance of coins. The machine is configured to dispense one sanitary napkin at a time through a reliable motorized spiral mechanism.
Ensures 24x7 availability of sanitary napkins.
Eliminates manual interaction for purchase thus removes inhibition and stigma.
Immediate access to napkins to meet the menstrual emergencies.
Self-dispensing of the napkins at the drop of a coin.
Minimizes absenteeism in offices / Schools /Colleges.
Convenient to buy the product independently.
Ensures proper sanitation and hygiene quality for females.
Sanitary Napkin Vending Machines can be automated or manually operated and vary on certain parameters, mainly dimensions, number of spiral mechanisms, capacity, types of packages, modes of payment among others.
How To Use Machine
Turn the lever on the side of the vending machine.
Collect the product from the delivery bin.
Manual Sanitary Napkin Vending Machines are a good option for places where there is scarcity or irregularity in supply of electricity.
It is also easy to use for people who are not used to technology.
Sanitary pads are can be dispensed as single units or a package of three or five sanitary napkins.
While single units are more suitable for urban settings, packages of three or five sanitary napkins are well suited for rural settings as it would help women and girls to avoid multiple transactions and thus increase convenience.
Electric Incinerators facilitate instant disposal of soiled sanitary napkins in a scientific and hygienic way.
They have a front opening door wherein the soiled sanitary napkins can be put. This increases the ease of operation.
Electric incinerators give excellent heat retention inside refractory lining.
The ash is collected in an Ash Collection Tray at the bottom.
The incinerator works automatically once switched on. It burns the disposed off sanitary napkins and stops automatically.
The soiled sanitary napkins are completely burned and only less than 5% ash per napkin is generated.
The incinerator is specially designed to burn bulk amount of napkin wastes with a capacity of approximately 1000 napkins per day.
The incinerators are usually self sustaining and require low maintenance.