Palma Vita and Lima wash and dry toilets pay for themselves in 3 months

  • 25 Nov 2014

The Palma Vita and Lima systems feature in-built douching and drying

Ideal for installation in such places as care homes and hospitals, the toilet facilities provide care staff with spare time to spend on other duties by ensuring that users are cleaned to standards in line with Regulation 17 of the Care Quality Commission’s Essential Standards of Quality andamp; Safety.

The Vita and Lima toileting facilities eliminate hand and body contact with their built-in douching and drying, which can be triggered simply by hand, elbow or pressure on the flush pad, or optional soft-touch pad or infra-red proxy switch.

Meeting Health andamp; Safety guidelines

Retained pressure on the flush triggers simultaneous flushing and douching, followed by warm air drying to allow users to gain a high level of independence and dignity, whilst ensuring that health and safety issues regarding lifting and handling is adhered to.

Clos-o-Mat pays for itself in less than three months when considering the basic minimum wage for just one carer dealing with one resident, making it a good long term investment for use in the home or in care facilities.

The Palma Vita and Lima Lift are the only automatic shower toilets manufactured in the UK and supported by in-house installation, commissioning and after-sales service and maintenance.

Contact:

Closomat
Building 1, Brooklands Place,
Brooklands Road,
Sale,
Cheshire,
M33 6SD,
United Kingdom

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