Tips on Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins

Wash hand basins must be available in the food preparation area in adequate numbers. There should be wash hand basins clearly designated as use for hand washing only. In addition, the washbasins should be placed in a way that food handlers can access them with ease.

The right cleaning materials must be used in the washbasins. These include unscented soap and antibacterial soap. Materials for hygienic drying have to be placed near them. These may be paper towels or other materials. In addition, both hot and cold water must be provided. Alternatively, only hot water at the right temperature can be offered.

 

Advantages of Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins

Advantages of wall mounted wash hand basins is that these basin units are fully spot welded including apron to save installation time on site. Knee operated mixing valve, single inlet spout and hoses. A soap dispenser can be fitted or a stainless steel blanking plate supplied. The wall mounted unit is fitted on the wall by keyhole slots on the back and comes complete with combined overflow waste kit.

 

Types of Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins

Stainless steel wall mounted wash hand basins are available in polished and descaled stainless steel and in manual and knee operated verisons.

 

Polished Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins

 Polished Finish Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins


Polished stanless steel wall mounted wash hand basins are ideal for public facing and front of house areas. 304 stainless steel can achieve a very reflective polish and some commercial kitchens prefer this look. Typically, each bowl is only shiny looking on its inside surface, as the outside surface is usually treated with an latex paint-like substance that will actually muffle sound from inside the bowl.

   


Descaled Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins

Descaled Finish Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins


Descaled Stailess steel wall mounted wash hand basins are typically used back of house away from public use. Descaled stainless steel bowls are a more matte option for commercial kitchens. Creating stainless steel bowls of this type typically takes a process of machining, which reduces the natural sheen of the 304 stainless steel.

   


Knee Operated Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins

Knee Operated Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins


These wall mounted wash hand basins have a knee operated mixing valve which removes the need to make hand contact with taps during the hand washing process, which makes this wash hand basin ideal for use in commercial kitchens where food handling and hygiene is important.

   


Wall Mounted Wash Hand Basins Sizes

 
Polished Finish - Wall Mounted Basin    
     
Part Number Size (mm) Bowl Size (mm)
     
Descaled Finish - Wall Mounted Basin    
     
Part Number Size (mm) Bowl Size (mm)
Knee Operated Wash Hand Basins    
     
Part Number Size (mm) Bowl Size (mm)
 

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