BIMs for IP65 Assistance Alarm Available

Press Release from Baldwin Boxall

Baldwin Boxall has announced the availability of BIM objects for their IP65 rated assistance alarm products. The products are  tested and certified to IP65, therefore, enabling installation in wet environments where traditional style products fail after a short period of time.

The product range was developed as a result of frequent requests received by the manufacturer to supply waterproof toilet alarms. Baldwin Boxall heard that end users were having to frequently replace standard design pull cords and call buttons within humid areas. Inevitably, standard build assistance alarms become inoperable with exposure to moisture – leading to the frustration of the cost of continual replacement, or the concern of the absence of a working system.

There are four products in the IP65 range: a ceiling pull cord, reset button, call button and call & reset point. The units, available separately, are designed so that they can be combined with the UK manufacturer’s standard toilet alarm products. This makes it possible for installers to fit the IP65 rated items where required, such as the pull cord and reset button in a shower with a standard overdoor light outside the room.

For a working system, control can be via either the four-way toilet alarm controller or one of the EVC systems manufactured by the company.

In addition to the availability of BIM objects for the four products in the IP65 range, BIM objects for Baldwin Boxall’s other ranges are freely available for download. Access is available to anyone via the company’s website and also from the NBS library.


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