Case Study: Igua® Control & P-Screen® Urinal Screens
Brazil, South America
Igua® Control, based in Brazil, are a supplier of products and services for water treatment, equipment, air control and many other market segments.
Igua® Control have a commitment to their customers that includes offering their customers cost effective, functional methods in the Industrial and Institutional markets without violating their five-pillar values; Preserve the environment and promote sustainable growth; maintain quality services with better cost; provide chemicals with proven efficiency; enable dosing automation and purges, among others; provide recognised analytical monitoring.
Their client was having problems with clogging in almost all the urinals. Every 8 months, they had to manually open the urinals to unclog them.
They were aware of problems with clogging in urinals from their clients, in particular one client, whose urinals needed manual unclogging, which came at a cost - both economically and through labour time.
Igua® Control had used regular urinal screens previously, just to help keep the bad odours away. These provided no help or protection against urinal clogging. So, they decided search for any solution that could help with urinal clogging.
The Company were searching for a product that could remove bad smells, stop splash back but most importantly, unclog the urinals.
Igua® Control had used regular urinal screens previously, just to help keep the bad odours away. These provided no help or protection against urinal clogging. So, they decided search for any solution that could not only help help remove bad odours and splash back, but help reduce or prevent clogging in urinals - saving money and time not having to manually repair urinals.
They came across P-Screen®, the world’s first triple action urinal screen, offering 60 days splash back protection with a dual fragrance & enzyme protection (active central core).
Why was P-Screen® chosen?
The P-Screen® 60 Day Urinal Screens have helped reduce clogging and bad smells at a Brazilian mall.