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SAFE


DVS Integrated basin features:


^^  Concealed rear waste outlet


 Wave-on or tactile control options available


 In-built water spouts  Moulded soap shelves  Facilities to lock-out water


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 Stainless steel ligature- resistant waste grid


 Programmable sensors (optional)can add full functionality


^^ Back to Wall pan features:


 Concealed rear waste outlet  Large trap to reduce blockages  High impact resistance  Anti-shatter moulded resin  Hygienic nonporous surface  Attractive domestic look


 Also available in the wall- mounted and disabled versions


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Optional blue rim to assist partially sighted users.


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SANITARYWARE


The DVS safe ensuite sanitaryware has been designed for the toughest of environments, and manufactured using advanced technologies.


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Programmable sensor features:


 Compatible with DVS Safe Ensuite Products


 Adjustable run time  Anti-vandal mode on / off  Chlorination mode


 USB connection to upload real-time data to PC


Tap read function produces data on; total run time and total


number of operations and purges


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The patented override mechanism gives staff a x3 pull advantage over the internal handle – ending barricades quicker.


Just another lifesaving detail.


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TEST YOUR STRENGTH Visit our stand at DIMHN 2018 to try it yourself. www.safehingeprimera.com


16 THE NETWORK


APRIL 2018


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