Part M shower has choice of two shower heads and non-touch operation

Rada, shower, Part M

Rada’s Sense Dual Shower T3 has two shower heads (one fixed and one with a hose) that can be selected by the user. It is designed with children and the less able in mind and suitable for all commercial and public-sector requirements that need to meet the requirements of Part M of the Building Regulations. Sense Dual Shower T3 combines a diverter show with two heads with the company’s intelligent digital thermo­static mixing valve technology.

Non-touch controls are easy to operate by people with limited dexterity and/or disabilities.

There is a built-in thermal disinfection cycle, with secure activation to help reduce the risks of infection from water-borne bacterial such as legionella. There is also an automatic duty flush function, the frequency of which can be set on site.

The concealed electronic mixing unit enables the building manager to preset flow and temperature as required.

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