The DoorWave™ by Functional Form, LLC is a hands-free door pull that allows you to open the door with your foot. This
foot operated hygienic door opener product eliminates the need to touch a germ coated door handle and leave your hands free to hold other items. These are perfect for public restrooms in restaurants, medical buildings, public building or schools. Conveys
to the user that your establishment cares about the health of its employees and
patrons. There are no consumables to replace like paper towels and this helps lead to a clean, clutter-free restroom.
Simple, beautiful and functional design to help prevent the spread of germs,
colds and flu viruses. Ergonomically curved design allows the foot to roll over
the door opener keeping even pressure on the door opener.
You Washed Your Hands But Did They?
- Sanitary - eliminates the need to come in direct contact with door handle
- Hands free restroom door handle
- Helps prevent infections, cold and flu viruses
- No consumables to replace
- Does not scuff or damage shoes
- Can be mounted to a solid glass door
- Saves money by reducing paper towel usage
- U.S. Pateneted
- Uses the bottom of the shoe so can be used with any type of shoe including open toe shoes,
high heels and dress shoes
Simply place the bottom of you shoe on the DoorWave™ and pull the door towards your body. This design protects your shoes and does not scuff or damage shoes. You can use any type of shoe including dress shoes and open toe shoes
because the foot handles for bathroom door is pull from the top not the bottom..
Installation: Can be installed in both hallow and solid doors. Installation hardware sold separately - see above.
Two Color Available:
Model # 0011 - Stainless Steel
Model # 0012 - Brass
Optional Door/Wall Plaque - Priced above can be mounted to door or wall to show your customers how to use the DoorWave™
Model #1005 - Brushed Stainless Finish
Model #1006 - Brass Finish
Model #1007 - White Vinyl Sticker
The DoorWave hands free door pull can be useful in two
different LEED categories. The first being Occupant Health (promoting a
healthy work environment and reduction in germ transmission) , and the
second being Conservation (through the savings in paper towel usage).