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Wash Stations

Wash Stations

Use these wash stations to clean your hands or to wash food, tools, or other items. They are larger than hand sinks and may accommodate one or more users. They're often used in food service facilities, medical facilities, and other areas where a variety of washing tasks are performed.

Floor Mount with Foot Pedal

Step on the foot pedal to start water flowing through the faucet without using your hands, reducing the risk of cross-contamination from multiple users touching the sink. The sinks mount to a floor.

1 Foot Pedal per Station

2 Foot Pedals per Station

Floor Mount with Hands-Free Sensor

Place your hands under the faucet to trigger the motion sensor and start the flow of water through the faucet. The faucet turns off automatically after a set period of time. You do not have to use your hands to operate these sinks, which reduces the risk of cross-contamination from multiple users touching the sink. The sinks mount to a floor.

Floor Mount with Handles

Start the flow of water in these sinks by turning the handles. The sinks mount to a floor.

Wall Mount with Knee Pedal

Use your knee to press the pedal and start the flow of water on these hands-free sinks. This reduces the risk of cross-contamination from multiple users touching the sink. These sinks mount to a wall, leaving the floor area underneath clear.

1 Knee Pedal per Station

Wall Mount with Handles

Turn the handles on these sinks to start or stop water flowing through the faucet. Ideal for facilities where contamination is not a concern, these sinks mount to a wall so that the floor area under the sink remains clear.