As this was a single-unit project, the focus for MIW lay in finding the right equipment for the job.
With hygiene being an absolute priority for Barry Community Hospital, MIW recommended the Eco-Dispenser Max UV Superchill for the site.
As well as answering all of CVUHB’s other prerequisites, the unit comes complete with inbuilt UV sterilisation. Capable of destroying 99.99% of all bacteria and viruses in the water, UV is one of the most advanced filtration methods available. It cleans without tainting the water, which can help encourage greater use. The unit also has a simple, wipe-clean finish for easy sanitisation, while the hands-free operation dramatically reduces the chances of the bottle filler coming into contact with any contaminates. Being WRAS approved, this bottle filler fully complies with all UK health and safety guidelines, ensuring that there are no hidden health hazards within the unit’s makeup.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) approved, the Eco-Dispenser is easily wheelchair accessible in line with the Disability Act and the Equality Act (2010). While its modular design makes it easier – and more cost-effective – to maintain and repair.
Because the equipment would be required to fit into an area with limited space, MIW needed to provide as much information as possible to CVUHB’s Technical Support Team prior to the commencement of work. MIW dealt with this through the provision BIM (Building Information Modelling) files, technical and specification details, allowing for comprehensive planning throughout the project.