Strava Splint Bath

As a company that is dedicated to creating innovative and effective products, Katapult Design recognises the importance of being sustainable in all aspects of our work. We believe that we have a responsibility to take care of the environment and to reduce our carbon footprint and this commitment is reflected in our product development process.

When developing new products, we prioritise sustainability by using eco-friendly materials where possible and specifying production methods that minimise waste and energy consumption. We also aim to design products that are durable, long-lasting and/or repairable to reduce end of life waste.

In addition to incorporating sustainable practices into our product development process, we also strive to educate our clients and partners about the importance of sustainability. By working together, we can create a more sustainable future and make a positive impact on our planet.

At Katapult Design, we believe that sustainability is not just a trend, but a necessity. We are committed to doing our part in creating a more sustainable future and encourage others to join us in this effort.

The Strava Splint Bath was designed from the ground up by Katapult to improve the user experience and provide a more deliberate, sustainable solution for clinicians setting broken bones.

The system was designed with a constant water flow and real time temperature control to provide rapid heat and more efficiently maintain optimum working temperatures compared to existing products. In addition, the water is cycled through an innovative UV filter to kill 99.9% of introduced microbes.

The product is designed to be simple to maintain and clean, with all electronics and internals able to serviced by a trained technician. Strava’s sleek design and considered UX conceals a rugged build structure that is highly durable and suited for professional clinical environments.

Oh, and we think it looks pretty cool too. Read more here

12th April 2023

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