Rada makes sense for Aintree Hospital Trust
Rada, the pioneer of digital washroom technology, is supplying itsRada Sense clinical washroom controls to Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool.
UK Healthcare approved Rada Sense Washbasin and Rada Sense Shower concealed digital mixing valves are being installed in a number of wards at the teaching hospital.
Designed to meet the compliance needs of the most demanding healthcare settings, Rada Sense combines hygienic non-touch control of both On/Off and temperature with programmable maximum, minimum and default temperatures. It allows for the highest standards of washroom hygiene, assisting in the control of Legionella bacteria with key features including automatic ‘duty flushing’ and supervised thermal disinfection, the latter of which can be datalogged.
Christopher Dean, Project Manager at Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, comments: “We have chosen Sense to assist with our Domestic Water System flow and return arrangement and flushing regime, which benefits the hospital by saving the resource of manually flushing each of the taps.”
Geoff Heyes, Commercial Specification Manager at Rada adds: “Rada Sense has many practical benefits, from its non-touch On/Off and temperature adjustment, automatic duty flushing and supervised thermal disinfection, to its smooth easy-clean design. These make it extremely popular with UK hospitals and we are delighted to see the system being installed at Aintree.”
Rada’s team of experts go to great lengths to advise on the most appropriate clinical hand washing systems for the intended use and welcome the opportunity to share best practice installation techniques.
The manufacturer supports customers in a number of ways with after-installation support and training for the day to day maintenance of thesystems.
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