The recent public health crisis has highlighted the need to minimize the risk of virus transmission through common touchpoints. So, it’s critical to keep shared surfaces (such as those on a restaurant POS or self-ordering restaurant kiosk) regularly sanitized to prevent the spread of virus and offer greater peace of mind for consumers.
At the beginning of the pandemic, NCR published our POS and Self-Checkout Hardware Cleaning Guide with easy-to-remember do’s and don’ts to help you reduce risk. And, now, we’ve taken our commitment to your restaurant, your guests’ safety and your innovation even further:
Introducing anti-microbial coating for shared surfaces
NCR has launched a new anti-microbial coating that can be applied to in-situ restaurant hardware, including POS and kiosk touchscreens, scanners, receipt printer, pin pad and keys. We can apply it to NCR or other manufacturers' devices.
This anti-microbial coating will:
- Make it difficult for microbes (viruses, bacteria, fungi) to live on coated surfaces, helping limit the possibility of transmission through touch
- Improve the effectiveness of standard cleaning and disinfecting procedures
- Create a durable, lasting bond with treated surfaces that will persist with regular use and between standard cleaning procedures
- Make surfaces more resilient to scratches and dirt buildup over time
How it works