Intelligent showering from Redring

Published:  24 September, 2010

PETERBOROUGH: Water heating and control manufacturer Redring has this week launched a news instantaneous thermostatic electric shower, the Selectronic Premier.

 

It is available in three versions and builds on the success of the previous Selectronic model by incorporating advanced technology and easy to use features.

Each unit is controlled through a large, one-touch easy-to-press button with tactile button coding and a conveniently located large LED display enables easy visibility and legibility. Designed in conjunction with the RNIB, the shower also features an audible feedback response to push-button commands, making it particularly suited to the blind or partially sighted.

The Premier Plus variant features an additional one-metre riser rail and a longer shower hose – practical additions for the elderly and less able. The Premier Plus Remote offers the same features as the Premier Plus but also comes with a remote wireless control, a feature that is revolutionary for the care market. Designed to be located outside of the showering area, this control handset allows the shower to be switched on from a remote location without getting wet.

Kevin Tolson, Redring Showers, comments: “The addition of the Selectronic Premier range into Redrings existing shower range clearly demonstrates our commitment to providing the best quality and most technologically advanced thermostatic shower available today. Stylish, safe and designed with the user in mind, the Selectronic Premier range is perfect for families and approved for use in the care sector.”

 

 

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