AcornVac, a division of Acorn Engineering Co., offers a vacuum plumbing and waste removal system for secure facilities. The system is engineered to use differential air pressure to transport waste from plumbing fixtures, such as toilets, urinals, sinks and showers, through a piping network to a vacuum center for discharge into a sewer or waster treatment plant. The system’s vacuum toilets require a half-gallon of water per flush, reducing facility water usage and sewage disposal costs, according to the company.Read more
Pellerin Milnor offers RinSave water saver software for use with the V-series 40-pound to 160-pound capacity washer-extractors. The software uses a precise G-force to remove the wash liquor from laundry items between the last wash step and the following rinse cycle. Eliminating excessive rinse and intermediate extraction steps can reduce total cycle time up to 10 minutes per load and reduce water consumption up to 0.4 gallons per pound of laundry, according to the manufacturer.
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Prime Coat’s Seamless System is a long-lasting, durable-coating process engineered to eliminate mold growth and paint peel while delivering an easy-to-maintain surface that will help to prevent traction problems and slipping accidents. Shower, kitchen and dayroom surfaces unable to endure constant thermal, chemical and physical exposure can create regulatory, health and safety issues and incur additional maintenance costs, according to the company.Read more
Norix offers the InteleStation series of secure wall- and floor-mount cabinets, which incorporate a .375-inch polycarbonate protective view designed to protect video-visitation units. Cabinets are constructed of 12-gauge stainless steel with a powder-coated steel top and access sections. The writing surface is sloped to discourage placement of liquid containers. Cabinets are also available in heavy-duty, 45-pound density particleboard andRead more
The Keefe Group offers the Brushy Creek ready-to-eat pouch product line for commissary needs in correctional facilities. The line of flexible pouch food includes more than18 ready-to-eat meals, including jerk pork, barbeque pork patty and buffalo-style chicken. The line complements Keefe’s other food offerings, including Cactus Annie’s tortillas and Sevilla refried beans and rice, according to the company.
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NaphCare Inc. has more than 20 years of experience managing a full range of healthcare programs in corrections, and currently services more than 41 clients in 25 states. A team of 800 healthcare professionals provides medical, mental health, dental and pharmaceutical services, and specialized dialysis services. Naphcare provides administrative support to county jails and state prisons, scheduling and tracking of inmate off-site visits, and management and payment assistance
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Prime Coat’s Seamless System is a long lasting, durable coating process engineered to eliminate mold growth and paint peel while delivering an easy-to-maintain surface that will help to prevent traction problems and slipping accidents. Shower, kitchen and dayroom surfaces unable to endure constant thermal, chemical and physical exposure can create regulatory and health and safety issues, and incur additional maintenance costs, according to the company.
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The Kangaroo cart by Cortech Correctional Technologies Inc. is a 15-bushel, all-plastic wheeled container manufactured for use in multiple applications, including laundry transport, garbage collection, recycling or janitorial services. The cart, which can accommodate liners, trigger spray bottles and other cleaning instruments has push/pull handles on both sides. Heavy-duty casters are attached with a molded-in plate and secured with stainless steel, tamperproof hardware. A drain plug on the bottom of the cart allows for easy cleaning.Read more
ZAP’s new electric scooter, the ZAPPY3, is equipped with a 36-volt motor, folding handlebars and goes up to 12.5 mph. The scooter features three-wheel stability and allows users to stand facing forward. The new model charges using a standard outlet in four to six hours and can run for up to 24 miles when fully charged, according to the company. While driving at slow speeds, the handlebars rotate almost 180 degrees to allow for easy maneuvering.Read more
Component Hardware Group uses Saniguard’s antimicrobial technology for its 64-ounce ice scoop. The scoop can be used with ice or on dry goods. It is lined with antimicrobial technology that inhibits the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew. There is also a molded hand guard to prevent accidental hand contact and to help eliminate cross-contamination. The antimicrobial treatment involves a silver ion-based layer and will last through the expected life of the product.Read more