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Robust design meets optimum hygiene

Dart Valley Systems adds the new Anti-Microbial Medi-Spout and ABS Showerhead to its healthcare range

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Dart Valley Systems is proud to have recently launched a series of new products in addition to its extensive range of innovative water saving, safe en suites and hand hygiene products. DVS has designed the EZ-Spout range as part of its existing healthcare product range.

Featuring modern, minimalist and highly practical designs, the EZ-Spout range features 316 Stainless Steel solid bodies with smooth flow channels, helping to maintain high levels of hygiene to reduce cross contamination. From the attractive easy to clean shapes to the convenient twist and lock mechanism, the EZ-Spout allows quick and easy removal for servicing, disinfection including autoclaving. The range has been designed for the most demanding healthcare environments and is fully compatible with DVS sensors and control systems.

Visit the website to search, browse and purchase from the full range. A host of material is available to download including; brochures, flyers, technical data sheets and much more. Also don’t forget to download a copy of the latest Water Management, WC Flushing & Urinal Controls brochure.

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For more information and technical support visit: www.dartvalley.co.uk

 

Contact:

sales@dartvalley.co.uk

01803 529021 


 

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