Enware Type B Handwash Station Kits

20:00 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Australian Life Scientist

Enware has produced three functional Type B Handwash Station Kits that are said to meet all the requirements for healthcare applications.

The kits provide a simple yet compliant solution to the requirements of the Australasian Health Facility Guidelines and meet hospital handwash guidelines. They also aid in infection control while still being user-friendly with easy maintenance. The kits are suitable for hospitals as well as healthcare and research facilities.

All kits come complete with Enware Kolo Rekord basin and shroud and a choice of tapware. Users can choose from an eSQX touch-free electronic mixer, a Leva wall-mounted surgeon set or an Enmatic 5000 series sensor tap.

The Kolo Rekord basin was designed for health care, incorporating an anti-water-harbouring design with no overflow for better infection control and a fully rimmed basin for water and splash retention. There is reduced risk of bacterial growth with all surfaces glazed, allowing also for easy cleaning, maintenance and longevity.

Enware’s eSQX is a technically advanced, touch-free, point-of-use thermostatic mixer. This technology provides a temperature-controlled, infrared-operated warm water outlet, well matched to the Kolo Rekord basin. Features such as flush cycles, dead-leg elimination, hands-free usage and a laminar flow outlet all aid in controlling Legionella, infection control and bacterial growth.

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