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Kitchen &Bathroom ●From previous page


most popular product. Sales for steam showers at Insignia have increased by more than 52% over the last three years. The most popular showers feature a control panel where you can regulate temperature, mood lighting, massage jets, stream music, add steam and even inject different aromatherapy scents into the steam.


Total revamp The tech for the bathroom doesn’t end with the shower though, there’s a plethora of products out there that people probably thought they never needed - but are now growing in popularity. Even the bog standard toilet has had a makeover!


A number of manufacturers now offer a range


of features with their toilets, from hand free raising and lowering lids, heated seats and deodorizers. Some of the toilets which are popular even offer special lighting, so they can be backlit at night and have their own speakers and Bluetooth connectivity for streaming music. One particular area where there has been a lot


development by manufacturers in recent years is technology to make the bathroom a safer place.


Safety first Safety in the bathroom is an issue in the UK; the NHS sees, on average, more than 300 people a year admitted to their specialist burns service for severe scalds from hot water in their shower, bath or sink. More than two thirds of these patients are children. It is estimated that a further 1,600 people are seen by UK emergency departments for lesser burns. Safety tech for the bathroom includes LED lit taps that use electronic sensor buttons and lighting that changes from red to blue, depending how hot the water is running. These taps are statement pieces but they also have a more subtle function of ensuring greater safety in the bathroom, particularly for children, as they are designed to prevent kids scalding themselves with the tap. At Insignia, one of the most popular products


is a digital shower head, designed to do the same thing, using dynamo technology with a digital temperature read out and LED lighting which goes from blue to red, depending on the heat of the water. So whether it’s spa tech like the steam


showers, multi-media technology, mood lighting or safety gadgets, the good news for the industry is it means more business, as the bathroom becomes the new electrical hub of the home.


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Safety in the bathroom is an issue in the UK; the NHS sees, on average, more than 300 people a year admitted to their specialist burns service for


severe scalds from hot water in their shower, bath or sink. More than two thirds of these patients are children. It is estimated that a further 1,600 people are seen by UK emergency departments for lesser burns.


34 | electrical wholesalerNovember 2019 ewnews.co.uk


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