Enware is committed to reducing recidivism and improving the safety and performance of correctional environments through enhancing the comfort and care of all within these facilities. For over 30 years, Enware has established a trusted reputation for providing safe and robust plumbing products and water management solutions for the correctional industry supplying over 6000 cells across Australia, the Asia Pacific and Middle East.
Overcoming environmental challenges
Enware has a long historical reputation as a market leader, innovator and trusted supply partner. We co- design human centred solutions with all levels of the construction supply chain to continually evolve our products to allow stakeholders to further advance the designed correctional environment with minimal risk.
Offering products and solutions that:
- Mitigate risks presented by sometimes stressful and violent offenders
- Create workplace environments that are both user-friendly and safe for staff members
- Monitor asset usage to ensure safe water delivery and fast identification of misuse – all of these requirements being achieved with high-functionality, low maintenance and long lifespan as key requirements.
Water supported rehabilitation
The essential use of water within one’s daily life means Enware has an important role in assisting in creating more effective rehabilitative environments which ultimately results in creating safer communities outside. Enware solutions are designed to support research where therapeutic, normalised environments will reduce recidivism and reduce operational costs while improving the health and safety of our society.
Built to endure
User safety is paramount within secure environments, so Enware product solutions are designed to endure the most challenging and complex user groups. The solid metallic construction, our secure bathroom fittings are built to last the lifetime of a facility and all are easily serviced and maintained to maximize both performance and longevity.
Correctional facilities with Smart Flow® water management integration offers site wide visibility to help facilities better optimize the water management and help achieve performance and sustainability goals over time.
Working closely with facilities managers and industry experts, Enware has developed a comprehensive corrections range focusing not only on anti-vandal and anti-ligature, but also delivering on an inmate’s comfort and safety need. Flexible configurations minimise construction and maintenance costs while creating a normalised, inmate and staff friendly environment.
Enware understands the pressures placed on the plumbing fixtures installed within a holding cell and the unwavering need for these facilities to operate as planned with minimal risk to detainee health and wellbeing and minimal need for attention and interaction from attending holding cell staff. The Detention range offers both touch free and manual operation.
Product Codes: EMD810SS, EMD810SSF
Product Codes: DET687, DET688
Product Codes: EMD811SS, EMD811SSF
Product Codes: DET383, DET608, DET608-15EXT, DET628, DET630, DET631
Product Codes: DET660B, DET667, DET668, DET669
Product Codes: EMF410M-4
Product Codes: KNP311510-100MHKIT
Safe and efficient delivery of water and controlled water usage monitoring across all general population areas within a correctional facility are covered with a selection of varied offers from Enware. From commercial food service tapware to drinking fountains, time-flow hand washing tapware and safety showers, Enware has all that is required to supply all plumbing aspects of an industry leading correctional facility.
Product Codes: VPLBCD60-155
Product Codes: WBBSQ65-165-5, WBBSQ65-165-6
Enware Australia’s Smart Flow® Water Management System provides a total operational and water management solution for correctional facilities. The system is an easy to operate system and reliable interface which provides a greater level of service control than the traditional systems. The Smart Flow® system is non-obtrusive and robust with proven performance for high security […]View
The Enware team attended the Melbourne Archiflex 2020 festival last Thursday at the Kino Cinema. The festival itself was themed around “Building Justice: The Future of Prison Design”. The festival raised the question of how might we redesign prisons to provide inmates with their sense of humanity intact, so that inmates can feel at home […]View
Enware attended the 5th Annual Future and Justice Corrections Summit at Darling Island, Sydney. The theme for 2020 was around “Delivering Better Outcomes for People in Custody through Innovative Design & Rehabilitation Practices”. One of the big issues facing correctional facility managers in Australia is the number of repeat offenders; New South Wales alone is […]View