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Aidalarm

Hoyles were one of the very first Disabled Persons Assistance Alarm manufacturers in the UK - leading the way in designing and marketing emergency assistance alarms specifically for use in disabled access toilets. 

Initially these alarms were basic in nature, but they soon developed into multifunctional systems, offering numerous benefits to their users.

The first Hoyles Aidalarm was marketed in the late 1980s. It was designed to allow a person using a disabled access toilet or bathroom, to be able to summon assistance if they found themselves in distress. The alarms generally come in the form of a pull cord or panic strip, that is located within easy reach inside the toilet or bathroom area. Once activated, an alert is generated on the Aidalarm panel to notify staff that assistance is required.

Within the toilet, a buzzer and LEDs operate to reassure the user that help is on its way. Our range also allows for audible communication.

Since their inception, Aidalarm disabled toilet alarm kits have developed extensively. We can now offer these products for both individual WCs (powered by batteries or mains) or for multiple disabled access toilets. If you require an Aidalarm that serves more than one toilet, a multi-zone system is used to provide centralised control of the alarms. These systems can also be integrated with pool and sauna emergency call systems when used in leisure facilities.

All devices include the required features for emergency signalling systems for disabled people. This means building managers can be assured that they are fully compliant with the requirements of BS8300 and the Disability Discrimination Act when installing Aidalarm systems.

If you require further information about the work we perform as Disabled Toilet Alarm suppliers, then do not hesitate to get in touch by calling 01744 886600. You can also contact us by emailing sales@hoyles.com.