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32 APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


TEMPOMATIC technology supports sustainable washrooms at St. Peter’s


St Peter’s church in Burnley, it proved the ideal solution. St Peter’s normally hosts a wide range of


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community groups, including a well-attended Sunday School, a local music society and various choirs, plus an over 55s lunch club. The design brief for refurbishing their washrooms therefore had to cater for this broad spectrum of users, reflecting all age groups and differing mobility levels. Sustainability was another key element of the specification, to minimise environmental impact and future-proof the facilities. The Parochial Parish Council of St. Peter’s opted for DELABIE’s sensor controls for the taps


lectronic technology is not the first thing that springs to mind when refurbishing a place of worship, but at


and urinals as they met, and surpassed, the design brief.


Waste prevention As Treasurer of St Peter’s, David Smith was very aware of the sizeable utility bills. When presented with a solution to reduce water consumption, he immediately recognised the benefits of self-closing taps. Unlike the original cross-head taps, TEMPOMATIC 4 electronic taps are sensor activated, meaning water flows only when movement is detected. The water delivery (pre-set at 3 litres/minute) is split into wetting, soaping and rinsing, so while the user is soaping their hands, there is no flow. This fractional delivery will also pay dividends post-lockdown, as hand hygiene continues its vital role in public health.


Improved efficiency The intelligent technology of the TEMPOMATIC 4 urinal valve also appealed to St Peter’s specification team, given the usage patterns i.e., periods of intense activity followed by lulls. The electronic unit detects busy periods and adapts its rinse accordingly to ensure the most hygienic flush whilst optimising water consumption. During busy periods, the bowl is rinsed between users and at the end of the busy period, a complementary rinse occurs, cleaning the bowl and preventing crystallisation of uric acid in the pipes.


Future-proofing Originally, Overton architects of Ilkley – specialists in heritage projects – specified a


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