The new generation of Australian made, commercial lab tapware

Commercial Laboratory Specialist Water GroupCommercial Laboratory Dry Media Group

A new generation of laboratory tapware, with exceptional service, precision and practicality is now available. This new range has been manufactured to achieve maximum hygiene and safety in all applications of its use.

ComLab designs feature the practical benefits of simple operation, maximum control and proven long life in solid fittings. These are ideal for bench, bollard and fume cupboards and come in: wall, bench and pendant-mounted configurations. Their vandal-resistant features make them suitable for university laboratories as well.

“Products can be customised to meet specific project requirements. Being an Australian manufacturer, our lead times in providing customers’ choice of materials and finishes are faster and more flexible,” said Adam Degnan, Enware’s managing director.

Among the safety innovations are integrated, isolation and push-to-turn handles for dry media such as gas. The tap also features red ring markings which alert the user if it is active.

The ComLab range also includes remote control, fume cupboard fittings and tapware systems available in PVC, polypropylene and stainless steel. Enware’s commercial laboratory tapware features DIN standard EN 13792 for media identification colour-coded handles

“Enware’s commercial laboratory fittings are engineered from highest quality materials with proven endurance to meet the aesthetic and functional performance requirements of modern laboratories,” says Mr Degnan.

Enwares Laboratory tapware is WaterMark Licensed to AS/NZS-3718 and supplied with a 5 star WELS rating standard and has more flow rate options available. Gas fittings are AGA Approved while Emergency Showers and Eyewash equipment have been independently tested to ANSI Z358.1 and are compliant with AS4775.

Users of Enware products include St Vincent’s Hospital, Kinghorn Centre, NSW; SA Health and Medical research Institute; UNSW Wallace Wurth Building; Flinders Uni Biological Services; Latrobe Institute (LIMS); Curtin University Laboratories, WA; Deakin University (Waurn Ponds), Victoria; University of Tasmania Institute of Marine and Medical Research; University of Queensland Advanced Engineering Building; John Curtin School of Medical Research, ACT; Griffith University New Science Block; Auckland University, NZ.