Auto-Fill system saves time


Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Parker Bath¹s award-winning Premier assisted bathing system now offers an automatic water fill option designed to quickly pre-fill the footwell of the bath with 90 litres of temperature controlled water. This, says the company, leaves the carer with more valuable, quality time to spend with their patient. The Auto-Fill system, says Parker Bath, is simple to operate using a push button control, ensuring the bath is filled to the recommended water level and preventing over filling while, at the same time, reducing the risk of flooding. The maximum fill time of nine minutes is said to allow the carer to prepare the bather while the bath is filling. Once the patient is safely seated, the bath is positioned for optimum bathing using the adjustable height/recline functions. Water then travels smoothly from the pre-filled footwell up and around the bather, allowing full immersion. Parker Bath says its system uses 50% less water than similar bathing systems. The Auto-Fill is said to cut out automatically in the even





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