Thermac are leaders in the design, manufacture and servicing of a wide range of decontamination showers. Built and maintained by engineers who are qualified to install and inspect LPG and electrical systems, each unit fully conforms to HSG 247, VOSA and other required legislation.
A key focus of our design philosophy is to incorporate features to make the decontamination showers as maintenance and trouble-free as possible, and therefore cost effective. The body is constructed of GRP-faced ply-board and polished on both sides to give a robust, easy-to-clean finish. On top of this, all of the floor areas are covered with a hard wearing fibreglass gel coat to maximise durability.
The corners, doors and frames of the decontamination showers are supported by aluminium angles. Where required, the doors are also self-closing and fitted with airtight strips. The chassis incorporates a single-axle, rated up to 1,500kg and uses a braked spring-damped tow hitch. For added stability, the A -frame is welded to the chassis and the unit incorporates four-corner steadies.
Here are some of the main attributes of our decontamination showers:
The lockable, vented exterior door leads into the Clean End, which houses the 350 litre capacity, onboard water tank. This tank also functions as a bench for added user-comfort. Here are some of the key features:
The Dirty End houses seating benches (one located over the Negative Pressure Unit and the tube-heater), mirror, hooks and a light. Some further features include:
The internal sizes are as follows:
Other units available in Thermac’s decontamination showers include:
Digital Flow Meter - Readings can be taken from the real time digital flow metre from the outside of the unit through the inspection hatch.
In addition to the accessories already mentioned, our decontamination showers come complete with:
Extras available on Thermac’s decontamination showers include:
At Thermac, our decontamination showers come with an NICEIC electrical certificate. The gas appliances are fitted, tested and certified to conform to all current gas safety regulations. Each hygiene unit is: