Sustainable showers kits from Rada for great student living

The summer holidays are the perfect opportunity to review shower facilities in educational settings, make sure they’re meeting hygiene standards and perform efficiently.

Rada’s sustainable student showers kits meet the highest hygiene and efficiency standards and are the perfect option for a busy educational environment in need of a facilities refresh. 

  • Dramatically reduced water usage – optional six litre p/m flow regulators conserve water and energy usage, saving money and supporting sustainability targets 
  • Easier maintenance and cleaning – colour-coded nozzle mats and indicator rings that can be rotated, helping you easily keep track of quarterly de-scaling and cleaning regimes 
  • Hassle-free installation – flexible options that are easy for in-house teams to manage. Both our fixed head and handset options have universal fittings so no need for a professional installer
  • A great experience for students – stylish fittings that deliver a great shower experience, but robust enough to stand up to the toughest demands 
  • Safety first – our student shower kits have been designed with healthcare guidelines in mind, so you can be sure that users are protected from scalding and bacteria

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