All Angel Guard units contain automated counter-measures. On Gabriel units an intelligent flushing system is provided which will automatically produce a mixed water flush only when risk levels are deemed high enough to require such an action. In addition, thermal disinfection can be activated in a secure way by a staff member.
Adding to the features above, Michael units also provide automated chemical disinfection of both the hot and cold pipework, the Hygienic Mixing Valve (HMV), tap spout along with the waste pipework and trap. Unlike the Gabriel Unit, the Michael Unit can deliver a thermal disinfection without need for manual intervention.
As an option both units can be pre-installed with Pro-Economy copper/ silver ionisation systems. This delivers copper/ silver ions throughout the unit at point of use, to help keep pathogen levels low during each washing cycle.
24/7 Monitored Alerts
All alerts issued by Angel Guard units are dealt with 24/7 by our fully-trained Guardians. They will check and respond appropriately, liaising with relevant and pre-agreed healthcare staff on site - working together to resolve any issue. If required units can be remotely shut down to help protect vulnerable patients.
Trained and fully certified AG Service Scientists can respond quickly to attend the unit on site and provide full support to rectify any problems and help to identify further issues before they arise.
Angel Guard’s patent pending Colony Technology can provide complete protection across the entire healthcare building. Each individual unit gathers data, sending it to the AG Cloud. The AG system then identifies AG units within the same area and enables them to speak to each other and risk assess as a cluster of units. This means that if there is a higher risk level detected on one unit, other AG units within the same area can be put onto a heightened state of alert - gathering data with a higher frequency and issuing preventative counter measures across a group of units. By doing this, it helps to prevent pathogen contamination across the entire system and in doing so - keep patients safe.