Water-saving and washroom products

Dart Valley Systems (DVS), a manufacturer and supplier of water- saving and automatic washroom products for specialist applications – including in acute and mental healthcare – will exhibit a range of products for mental health environments, including its new In- Wall Basin, Safe Ensuite Backplate (for use with its Safe Ensuite Low Profile Basin), and new Anti-Microbial Showerhead.

DVS said: “Alongside our extensive product portfolio of WC flushvalves, urinal controls, automatic taps, Safe Ensuites, and water management controls, we have an expert team of engineers on hand to support installations, while our technical sales teams give tailored project support and specification advice. DVS products – which combine the benefits of reduced water consumption with a focus on hygienic design – have been used reliably in some of the most demanding commercial environments for many years. All DVS water-saving taps and controls are produced ‘in house’ at our Devon factory.”

‘Next generation’ smartphone for challenging settings

Ascom will show its ‘next generation’ smartphone, the Ascom Myco 3, launched in March and specifically designed with NHS acute and mental health Trusts, secure establishments, and care homes, in mind.

Ascom explained: “The Ascom Myco 3 enhances our mobile device portfolio, helping both to bring together clinical information that is often dispersed and difficult to collect, and to protect lone workers.” ‘Enabling easy access to a portfolio of healthcare apps’, the Ascom Myco 3 gives users timely access to key information – ‘helping to streamline coordination, speed of response, and delivery of care’. The ‘next generation’ smartphone is designed for ‘challenging’ healthcare environments, with location tracking and software that integrate with hard-wired fire, security, and staff panic alarms, and building management systems. With DECT and Wi-Fi- functionality, Ascom mobile devices provide automated, prioritised alerts to

staff wherever they are, and integrate with the company’s nurse call system – which won the Building Better Healthcare Best Communication System Award last November - and is ‘customised to meet mental health organisations’ needs’.

Protecting people at work

Leading developer of personal staff attack alarm systems, Pinpoint, will showcase ‘the latest staff safety products designed to protect people in their place of work’.

The company said: “The Pinpoint system allows users to raise a call for assistance through discreet, worn personal infrared transmitters. Once activated, the system identifies and displays the exact location and type of alarm call onto backlit LCD displays, as well as a number of other devices, such as pagers, PCs, and mobile phones, in less than 85 milliseconds from initial activation.”

The Pinpoint system is said to be one of the market’s most versatile, and can

Tough yet therapeutic furniture

Following last year’s successful introduction by Tough Furniture of the Tough Plus Options range, which showcased the ‘ever-popular’ Tough Plus secure bedroom furniture in a fresh new range of four colour choices, 2019 sees the launch of colour options for the company’s wide range of polycarbonate TV protection.

Tough Furniture said: “With all the security features of the original, including robust 25 mm vinyl-wrapped MDF construction, a heavy duty strip hinge, and no visible fittings, the new colours allow for even more choice when it comes to


creating attractive, welcoming spaces in challenging environments.”

The full colour range includes three natural woodgrains – dark elm, light elm, and oak, as well as a cream board, ‘to offer something different’. “With more research in the world of mental health design focusing on the therapeutic impact of nature, the natural woodgrain effect of Tough TV cabinets is designed to have a subtle impact on the care environment, which hopefully contributes to positive care outcomes, as well as being able to stand up to challenging behaviour,” Tough Furniture explained.


be integrated with other security products, such as CCTV, access control, ‘and more’.

In Coventry, Pinpoint will showcase its latest product portfolio, and a new personal infrared transmitter, ‘developed following extensive customer feedback and research’.

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