Rada’s market leading commercial showering and washroom controls feature in an ambitious refurbishment project at the University of Aberdeen.
The Rada 215-T3 BC thermostatic shower valves and complementing BSR-S/300 shower heads are being installed across a number of campus buildings as part of a three year refurbishment at the UK’s fifth oldest university.
The Buildcert TMV3 approved 215-T3 BC concealed thermostatic mixing valve incorporates a sealed, maintenance-free cartridge, making it a popular choice with university maintenance staff and facilities managers.
Equally easy to maintain is the highly robust BSR-S/300 shower head. The product comes complete with a metal rigid shower arm, adjustable chrome plated head and durable polished chrome finish, and is ideally suited to education settings.
Rada’s experts are working closely with teams from shower cubicle and pod manufacturer Taplanes, who are conducting the installation work.
Jonathan Braunton, Sales and Marketing Coordinator at Taplanes, said:
“We have worked with Rada on a number of university projects and can always rely on them to provide high quality washroom solutions which not only meet all of the required building regulations, but meet the needs of each project too.”
Eoin McQuone, Senior Marketing Manager at Rada, the experts in commercial showering and washroom controls, said:
“Rada has a great range of products designed with the education sector in mind and we’re delighted to see them specified by the Taplanes team for their work at the University of Aberdeen. Our systems complement their cubicles and pods extremely well, providing the university with a cost effective, long term solution.”
For more information on Rada’s digital washroom expertise please visit www.radacontrols.com