Enware Australia introduces a new range of ergonomically designed bathroom solutions for the disability and aged care sectors in Australia.
The Pressalit PLUS range of showers, toilets, taps and basins combines the latest technology with simple, yet bold designs for use by people with disabilities or the elderly with special needs.
The Pressalit PLUS bathroom range includes a wall-fitted track system, horizontally and vertically adjustable shower chairs, adjustable support arms for toileting, electrically adjustable wash basin brackets, and shower and bath grab rails. The wall-mounted track system allows individual products to be removed from rooms if they are not being used.
Enware Managing Director, Mr Adam Degnan explains that the Pressalit PLUS range adds a humanising element to bathroom designs, incorporating all the features of institutional design while retaining the feel of a private bathroom, which is an important factor when trying to enhance the quality of life for the user and create a greater sense of job satisfaction for the carer.
The Pressalit range has been designed to provide hospitals and nursing homes with the same warm, inviting feel as a private bathroom, whilst maintaining the same functionality as an industrial bathroom. All these enhanced features in the PLUS range come at the same price as the products being replaced.
Mr Degnan adds that Enware’s partnership with PressalitCare has allowed them to provide state-of-the-art technology and design to the Australian market.
Enware celebrated 75 years of Australian manufacturing this year. Throughout its history it has sought to steadily expand its product range, but always with a niche focus on health, disability and aged care products, specialist tapware, thermostatic mixing valves and emergency deluge showers and eyewash systems.