Enware Australia spring-action tapware and bubblers are made in Australia to save water and reduce maintenance in challenging environments such as schools, universities, municipalities and general public areas.
Equipped with a unique self-closing valve design WaterMark Licensed to AS/NZ 3718, they are part of an extensive range of Enware tapware, laboratory equipment and water management, hygiene and safety products engineered to deliver enduring value to projects undertaken under the Government’s Building the Education Revolution (BER).
“Just as the BER is a far-sighted investment in building the future of Australia, the Enware technology directed at BER projects is designed to deliver ongoing value through quality, durability and reliability at a low whole-of-life cost,” says Enware Australia’s Managing Director Mr Paul Degnan. Products that are Australian-made are also an investment in jobs and skills in Australia for the future, he says.
The vandal-resistant tapware and bubblers – in upright, wall-mounted and pedestal types - are complemented by barrier-free drinking fountains from Enware’s Caredesign division.
Enware’s ranges of drinking fountains and bubblers feature integral adjustable flow regulators to control the flow of water from the outlet.
Enware ranges also incorporate technology designed to improve hygiene in washroom areas, such as self-closing time-flow tapware and no-touch electronic options. These reduce the risk of hand cross-contamination and the spread of virulent pandemics such as Swine Flu.
Enware’s laboratory and science room fittings include a wide range of tapware and gas turrets that have also been engineered with inherent vandal resistant properties to endure the rigors of school life.
“Enware’s latest ranges are the world class product of a company that has been supplying tapware to Australian schools and universities since 1937,” said Mr Degnan.