WASHROOM THERMAL RANGE

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MODEL OPTIONS

WT10W / WT20W / WT30W
WT10C / WT20C / WT30C

Improving the air quality in your restrooms will not only clear odours but improve the healthcare of your staff and visitors. The AIRsteril Thermal U/V Washroom Range eliminates unpleasant washroom odours and controls harmful bacteria and viruses both in the air and on all exposed surfaces 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Odours and infections are created by bacteria, viruses, mould, fungi and volatile organic compounds in the air and on surfaces, which quickly can accumulate in washrooms and reach harmful levels. With every flush, toilets and urinals force faecal microorganisms into the air, settling on washroom surfaces, poor ventilation, shared facilities and people who do not wash their hands properly all add to the hygiene problem.

HEALTHCARE PROBLEMS

  • Offensive odours
  • Visitors perceive poor hygiene, lack of care and poor
    management
  • Increased health risks including kidney infections, common colds and food poisoning
  • Increased absenteeism and staff turnover

PERFECT FOR USE IN

All bathrooms

BENEFITS OF USING AIRSTERIL

  • Control bacteria and viruses in the air and on all exposed surfaces
  • Improve infection control and hygiene standards
  • Reduce absenteeism and labour costs
  • Improve the care home image and increase occupancy rates
  • Clear embarrassing odours, eliminate masking agents
  • Extend the life of carpets and soft furnishings to normal wear life
  • Improve the environment and protect residents, staff, patients and visitors alike

TECHNICAL DETAILS

WT10/20/30 DIMENSIONS

400mm (l) x 125mm (w) x 90mm (d)

POWER SUPPLY

220-230V 10 watts (via 13a switched fused spur)

SET UP

Vertical wall mounting only. Easy marking and fixing at four points.

CONSTRUCTION

Polycarbonate Moulding – Available in white or titanium look finish

WEIGHT

0.9kg

OPERATION

Continuous, indicated by blue lamp. Requires annual lamp change.

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