Dolphin launches macerator

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

DDC Dolphin has launched a new Incomatic macerator for on-site clinical waste disposal. Incontinence products are shredded into fine particles within the Incomatic and then discharged into the sewerage system. “With the new lncomatic special attention has been given to designing a machine that is robust and able to cope with the high workloads experienced in care homes, yet stylish and modem in its appearance,” says Dolphin. Advances in technology are said to make the Incomatic¹s shredding capability effective and efficient. State of the art electronics are said to avoid machine overload and an automatic disinfection system cleanses and deodorises the maceration chamber. A cycle counter enables the user to monitor machine usage and performance more effectively. “These are just a few of the Incomatic¹s innovative features,” says the company. “All in all there is much that is special about the new Incomatic.” Tel: 01202 667399

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