Industrial Magnetics Develops Germ-Free Door Opener

100% of profits to go to food pantries in Boyne City, MI and surrounding communities

Imi Foot Pull

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In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Industrial Magnetics, Inc. (IMI) has created the foot-pull door opener. Attached to the bottom of a latch-less door, the device allows employees to pull open the door with their shoe, eliminating the need to touch potentially contaminated door surfaces and helping to stop the spread of germs and bacteria. The door opener also can work on a latching, metal door with a lever-style handle by incorporating the IMI J-Hook assembly, which attaches magnetically to the door and holds the handle in the open position.  

All the profits earned from the sale of the foot-pull door opener will be donated to the Good Neighbors Food Pantry (Boyne City, MI), Care & Share Food Pantry (East Jordan, MI), and Community Food Pantry (Charlevoix, MI).

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