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Shower Panels for School Bathrooms

August 28th, 2014 by
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Shower-Panels-For-School-BathroomsShower panels for school bathrooms must feature a blend of durability and 100 percent water resistance.  Students can be rough on equipments, so materials used to make panels must be able to withstand rough usage and possible, deliberate vandalism.  Because water sprays directly onto partition surfaces, shower panels for school mustShower-Panels-For-Schools-Rooms also be impervious to moisture.  Materials that allow water under the surface will eventually form bubbles and begin to peal. A solid surface, where water beads and dries, is essential to successful shower stall construction.

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Bathroom Lavatories

August 14th, 2014 by
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Bathroom-LavatoriesIn facilities with no risk of hazardous exposure, traditional lavatories deliver both functional and aesthetic value in commercial bathroom applications.  Our inventory features a number of models with multi-user, water saving functionality.  Bathroom Lavatory surfaces are made from solid state materials that are impact resistant, water resistant, and cost effective to repair if they are inadvertently damaged.  Many ofLavatories-For-Commercial-Use these sinks feature built in soap dispensers and water heaters for added user comfort and convenience.Request A Quote

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Hand Washing Fountains

August 7th, 2014 by
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Hand-Washing-FountainsIn an industrial environment, hand washing is perhaps the most important of all commercial bathroom applications to develop.  Some facilities contain hazardous materials that workers are exposed to on a daily basis.  These materials must be washed off the skin periodically to prevent injury that can result from long-term exposure to these substances.

We frequently recommend that organizations consider installing hand washing Hand-Wash-Fountains-Wordlefountains that will service multiple workers at the same time.  In spite of their multi-user functionality, these fixtures typically use less water than average sinks.

Hand wash fountains also allow users to wash up to their elbows, which is an added value when hazardous substances and dirt get all over the worker’s arms and not just his or her hands.

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