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APPOINTMENTS & COMPANY NEWS


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“We all at Burnley St Peter are very happy to have been transported into the 21st century. The toilets will be appreciated by all users.” David Smith, Treasurer of St Peter’s


non-concussive push-button tap. However, as the pandemic took hold, the hygiene aspects of the TEMPOMATIC 4 technology proved very persuasive. The non-touch sensor controls require no physical contact, providing a significant barrier to the spread of germs. They are also easy to operate regardless of age or mobility levels. Part of their appeal is a hygienic duty flush (on both taps and urinals) which occurs every 24 hours after the last use to prevent stagnation and urine crystallisation in the pipework, avoiding conditions where bacteria can develop. This has practical benefits in a church facing varying activity levels; and even more so for washrooms that are temporarily moth-balled. Benefits that no specifier could have foreseen even 12 months ago.


Minimal maintenance The final aspect of the design brief was to reduce an onerous maintenance regime. The previous domestic style taps were not designed for intensive use over long periods and required frequent repairs to keep them in service. With no full-time maintenance staff, David was keen to install hard-wearing taps. Again, TEMPOMATIC controls proved ideal, with solid brass bodies, durable mechanisms and standardised components, all designed for commercial applications. Both the urinals and taps are battery- operated, with the electronic unit integrated within the body, making them easy to install and easy to access if maintenance is required. The battery life of three to six years (350,000) operations also appealed. Refurbishing the washroom facilities at St


Peter’s was a major undertaking, especially during a national pandemic. TEMPOMATIC 4 technology offered the ideal solution for the complex needs of a community-based facility that demands reliable, hygienic and sustainable washrooms for its users.


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TEMPOMATIC 4 non-touch taps prevent the spread of germs


St Peter’s church Burnley adopted DELABIE’s sensor technology for its recent washroom refurbishment


The TEMPOMATIC urinal valve adapts to usage patterns and reduces water consumption


ADF MAY 2021


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