Medical Construction & Design

SEP-OCT 2017

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20 Medical Construction & Design | SEPTEMBER /OCTOBER 2017 | MCDM AG.COM Restrooms Spotlight For more information on these products, visit Intelligent Restroom System Streamlines Maintenance Facility managers work hard to keep washrooms clean and properly supplied for customers. However, when it comes to large facilities with multiple restrooms and high visitor volume, this task becomes increasingly diffi cult. To optimize cleaning effi ciency, Tork EasyCube Intelligent Restroom System provides real-time bathroom traffi c and dispenser supply level data — down to each washroom and individual stall — through sensor-equipped hand towel, bath tissue and soap dispensers. Data captured helps build- ing managers better understand product consumption patterns that dictate the volume and frequency of new orders. ID#103 The original, patented, high-speed, energy-effi cient XLERATOR Hand Dryer from Excel Dryer provides a 95 percent savings versus paper towels, while eliminating the as- sociated labor, maintenance and waste and creating a more hygienic restroom environment. Enhanced standard features include adjust- able speed and sound controls, adjustable heat settings, externally visible service LED and multi-voltage options. The dryer can be ordered with the various options and complete line of accessories, including custom and digital im- age covers, a noise reduction nozzle and HEPA Filtration Sys- tem, making the dryer line of products customizable. ID#100 No-Touch Hand Dryers Foster Hygienic Restroom Environment Zurn Diaphragm Valve Offers Water Savings, Ease of Maintenance Zurn Industries provides a complete range of 1.1 gpf restroom fi xtures, including its newest innovation: the 1.1 gpf diaphragm valve. When paired with high-effi ciency vitreous water closets, it can achieve 31 percent savings over a standard 1.6 gpf fl ush valve. The valve offers superior water effi ciency and waste evacu- ation to help promote sanitation. Diaphragm valves are an ideal solution in high-pressure and high-use applications, such as hos- pitals. Repair part availability and ease of repair makes the valves preferred by most facility maintenance personnel. ID#101 Plastic Laminate Partitions Offer Elegant Edge ASI Global Partitions recently introduced its Plastic Laminate Partitions with Moisture Guard Edge Banding. The banding fuses with the substrate, which creates a seamless bev- eled profi le that eliminates any unsightly black lines that appear in standard plastic laminate. ASTM tests confi rm three times greater durability with increased resistance to mois- ture and humidity than standard plastic laminate. The partitions are available in 45 colors/patterns. A new Easy Stall Shoe for fl oor anchored/overhead braced partitions speeds up the in- stallation process. The Plastic Laminate with Moisture Guard Edge Banding is backed with a fi ve-year warranty. ID#102 Surface-Mounted ADA Hand Dryer Delivers Energy Efficiency, Ease of Installation American Dryer's eXtremeAir ADA is an energy- effi cient surface-mounted hand dryer that delivers the ADA compliance required in today's facilities, as well as all the additional features important to every restroom environment. The eXtremeAir ADA is designed with a high-intensity single port nozzle that delivers a fast 12-second dry time and the energy effi ciency of only 950 watts of power. The addition of a HEPA fi ltration system and antimicrobial technology is designed to reduce contaminants in the air while drying. Ease of installation is also built into the design because the hand dryer offers global universal voltage and a choice of white, black or brushed stainless steel fi nishes, fi tting the décor of any restroom environment. ID#104

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