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Wash, soap and dry with Dolphin's plug-and-play system

Behind the washroom mirror, Dolphin Dispenser's Alavo is a one position system to wash, soap and dry

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Alavo is an elegant, stylish and seamless solution to washroom design. A complete modular system hidden behind mirrored panels, Alavo has been developed for all types of applications with special input from our clients, architects, designers, contractors and facilities staff.

Alavo allows users to wash, soap and dry in one position using the latest technology. The design features infrared sensor taps and foam soap systems as well as high-speed low-energy hand dryers.

Alavo's 'plug and play' design minimises time spent designing, installing and servicing the washroom area. This radical new modular system saves time, water, energy, soap, space and money.

The perfect blend of style and substance, it is also the complete solution where projects require excellent/outstanding/platinum BREEAM, LEED or SKA ratings.

For more information and technical support visit: dolphinalavo.com

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