New Wash Troughs Combine Ergonomic Design with Maximum Hygiene
Apr 05 2020 Read 440 Times
Teknomek has introduced new Dyson Airblade wash trough models developed to reduce listeria risk in pharmaceutical facilities. Variants of the product are available to installed into new build developments or retrofitted to any wall.
Sue Springett, Commercial Manager at Teknomek, said: “We’ve been really pleased with the positive reception to our new ‘Quality meets Quality’ partnership programme. Dyson’s reputation for innovation is globally renowned so it’s a great fit for our best-in-class products.
“The thought that’s gone into the Dyson wash trough is readily apparent as soon as you use it. We’ve combined highly considered ergonomics with hygienic thinking, along with our design features to support fast and efficient cleaning.”
The wall mounted trough features a deep bowl to minimise air and water turbulence. This means the integrated Dyson Airblade Wash + Dry tap can be used without water splash back. The unit unusually features fascia mounted taps for superior listeria management, removing unnecessary ledges where water could pool. The extended splashback also provides space to fit an infra-red soap dispenser.
The motor can be built within the structure of the wall, a good option for new builds. However, a version with an external motor housed within an add-on box enables the unit to be easily fitted to any existing wall. An optional skirt can be fitted to cover the motor and plumbing. This is tapered inwards so people don’t risk banging their knees when standing at the trough and the integrated panel can be easily removed for regular deep cleans. The unit is built of hygienic 304 grade stainless steel and offers easy clean sides.
Each unit is shipped as a modular kit that comes ready for assembly and installation. It is available with up to three stations as standard and bespoke options are available on request.
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