Fayetteville, AR, October 14, 2020 – ARMI had the privilege of donating a Hand Sanitizing Station to Fayetteville’s City Hall offices to support them in their efforts of protecting the workplace against COVID-19. ARMI Hand Sanitizing Stations are constructed out of 100% stainless-steel and are hands-free operated by a foot pedal for ultimate durability and to prevent contamination.

“During these COVID-19 times, we realized that there were needs for various products that we would have never thought of under normal circumstances. We saw a need for these units in our industry and are excited to get them to other companies we might not cater to on a normal basis – especially locally.” Says Brett Wolff, President of ARMI. “With sanitation items being difficult to find and get due to the health crisis, we are happy to have the right team and capabilities to design and fabricate these stations right here in our Northwest Arkansas Manufacturing shop.”

ARMI hopes that these stands will help local schools, businesses, etc. in protecting their business, employees, and customers. The ARMI Hand Sanitizing Stations are designed to hold up to 1-gallon bottles of hand sanitizers are being shipped nation-wide.

Arkansas Myriad (ARMI) works solely in the industrial market specializing in engineering and manufacturing of high-quality stainless-steel equipment along with providing support services specifically for the food processing industry. The father-son owned business opened in 2003 and gained a positive reputation locally which has grown the company to a national level. Through innovative technology, all designs and projects are built with special considerations to maintenance, operations, sanitation, and safety. Based out of Fayetteville, AR, ARMI employs over 90 team members who comply with the company’s stringent safety and anti-drug programs. For more information, visit

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