How to specify the right tap for your project

Posted by Dolphin Solutions on 16-Apr-2018 12:18:26

Why so many different types of taps?

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Tags: Design, Handwashing, Washrooms, Workplace, Accessible, Sustainability, Water-saving, Facilities Management, Business, Disability, Architects

Why should you choose Doc M compliant products

Posted by Owen Mclean on 16-Jan-2018 11:45:29

What does Doc M stand for?

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Tags: Ease Collection, Disability, Accessible, Architects, Sustainability, Design

What is ALAVO?

Posted by Dolphin Solutions on 10-Nov-2017 09:05:04

ALAVO is the modular, touch-free, behind-mirror handwash system by Dolphin Solutions. It keeps the taps, soap dispensers and hand dryers cleverly concealed behind a back-lit mirror and above the basins - saving space, minimising water spillage and reducing queues.

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Tags: Airports, Architects, Business, Affordable, Design, Clerkenwell Showroom, Facilities Management, Handwashing, Health and Safety, Sustainability, Water-saving, Washrooms, Workplace

How disabling disabled toilets really are

Posted by Dolphin Solutions on 19-Oct-2017 15:50:30

Written by David Spooner.

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Tags: Accessible, Airports, Business, Architects, Design, Disability, Ease Collection, Facilities Management, Health and Safety, Washrooms, Sustainability, Workplace

What is PVD?

Posted by Dolphin Solutions on 13-Oct-2017 15:15:23

We've been asked lots of questions by architects about how to achieve these kinds of finishes, so we decided to share the answers to the questions architects most need to know in order to specify products with these in-demand finishes.  If you have any questions that we haven't answered here, please let us know in the comments below!

What does it stand for?
PVD stands for Physical Vapour Deposition. 

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Tags: Architects, Business, Design, Clerkenwell Showroom, Facilities Management, Sustainability, Washrooms, Workplace

Achieving 2017 Sustainability Goals

Posted by Dolphin Solutions on 18-Dec-2016 10:20:00

As we make our way into 2017, many architecture practices and industry analysts are looking to the future and sharing their thoughts on the next generation of buildings and infrastructure.

Sustainability is a key theme, which is becoming apparent as firms unveil their visions. Take the ‘smog eating’ skyscraper for example . This is a vision by materials science company, Arconic, which takes us 45 years into the future, to a place where buildings are covered in a self-cleaning material that actually eats smog. This isn’t just the subject of dreams though; the materials used in this vision are either in development or have already been brought to market, making this a very real possibility.

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Tags: Washrooms, Sustainability, Water-saving

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