The use of stainless steel as the material of choice for products in public and semi-public washrooms has become today’s standard for very good reasons.
Stainless steel is robust and easy to maintain. It is a very durable material that ensures products are economical over the lifetime of the building. Sanitary fixtures that inhibit vandalism, and are easy to clean, help building operators to keep service and maintenance costs to a minimum.
Practical experience shows that using high quality materials reduces the staining of products, helping to maintain the appearance of heavily used washrooms. Wash stations and accessories take on a hygienic atmosphere when stainless steel is used.
Franke Washroom Systems offers an extensive selection of stainless steel products for public bathrooms.
The Hands Free range includes sensor operated soap dispensers, hand dryers and electronic paper towel dispensers.
The Rodan range is very comprehensive and includes a variety of soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers, waste bins, and toilet roll holders.
Offered in the Stratos range is soap dispensers, toilet roll holders, paper towel dispensers, waste bins, sanitary towel disposal bins and a paper towel and soap dispenser combination unit. The Stratos range is available in surface-mounted or recessed options.
The Chronos range includes soap dispensers, soap dishes, toilet toll holders, paper towel dispensers, waste containers and jumbo toilet roll holders.
A selection of stainless steel mirrors with reflective polished surfaces and concealed thief resistant fixings are a useful addition to the Franke Washrooms range.
A fold down seat for showers is available, as are a number of grab rails for bathrooms for the physically handicapped.
Other attractive bathroom accessories are also supplied in this range – towel rails and rings, robe hooks, toilet roll holders, soap racks, and toilet brush holders.
Franke Washroom Systems also offer a number of self-closing or electronically controlled taps and mixers.
For more information, refer to section 118 of the Specifile Building Library and the Archi-Text Design Library, as well as the Franke brochures on SPECXpert and Specifile on-line