A toilet seat with bacteria-killing power built into the polymer from which it is manufactured is being introduced to Australia in a world first by Enware Australia's specialist interior division.
The Dania seat, proven to be the best seat for disabled needs, now incorporates Polygiene, the first product known to kill SARs and several disease-causing bacteria on contact.
Developed over three years in Scandinavia, the toilet seat includes polygiene technology that is formulated for incorporation into injection and compression moulded polymers for ultra-hygienic applications (such as toilet seats, light switches, door handles, change tables, hand rails and telephones).
Australia is the first place in the world where it has been introduced into the Dania toilet seat. If it achieves widespread acceptance in this health-conscious market, Enware believes the manufacturer Pressalit Care may use the experience to roll it out worldwide.
In addition to germ-killing capabilities, polygiene amino compounds offer outstanding strength and durability. The comforatable seat design is suitable for most people including wheelchair users.
The Dania toilet seat is made from scratch and burn-resistant duroplast. Scratches can be an ideal breeding ground for bacteria, so the seat's scratch resistance and easy-clean design with stainless hinges combined with polygiene's bacteria killing properties certainly make this seat a health asset, according to Enware.