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PathSpot Hand Scanner

The device offers food-handling employees real-time feedback on handwashing effectiveness.
PathSpot Hand Scanner

The PathSpot Hand Scanner by Avery Dennison is a data collection device that uses visible light fluorescence spectroscopy to instantly detect invisible signs of bacteria and viruses that cause foodborne illness, including Norovirus, E. coli, Listeria, Hepatitis A and Salmonella. The scanner measures the reflection of light off the hands to determine whether or not a set of proprietary markers are present. Along with providing real-time feedback, the PathSpot Hand Scanner collects data that businesses can use to measure and improve handwashing compliance.

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