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INTELLIGENT CARE PIONEERING WATER CONTROLS FOR HEALTHCARE


Healthcare-associated infections represent a global challenge and claim tens of thousands of lives every year.1


For Rada, keeping people safe is at the very heart of everything we do.


So, we set ourselves a challenge: to reimagine what a tap means for healthcare professionals, and the role it plays in helping to keep patients safe.


The result?


Intelligent Care, a new generation of digital tap designed from the ground up specifically for the healthcare environment.


Easy to use, easy to clean and safe.


• Vivid digital display that’s easy to use


• Non-touch control of flow and temperatures to minimise cross- contamination


• Seamless chrome surface for easy cleaning


Smart engineering.


• A pioneering thermostatic mixing valve inside the tap for digital precision


• Intelligent use of materials that improve microbe resistance


• Internal workings that keep water moving to minimise build up of bacteria


To learn more about Intelligent Care, contact us:


0344 571 1777 (option 1) rada_technical@mirashowers.com www.radacontrols.com @Radacontrols Rada – A Kohler Co


1 Public Health England: www.gov.uk/government/publications/healthcare-associated-infections-hcai-point-prevalence-survey-england


Connected technology for the healthcare estate.


• Networked, central control over temperature and flow time settings


• Data capture and reporting for accurate records and informing adjustments


• Smart duty flushing for efficient and responsible water usage


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