Plaster Sink Module

cubicle systems plaster sink module

Plaster Sink Module

HTM 64 compliant plaster sinks with work surface in easy clean, user serviceable design, with panel mounted tap options.

Designed for hospitals and other areas where casting materials are prepared. Incorporating integral sump with removable stainless steel perforated strainer basket and cover, to prevent plaster waste blocking the drain. Manufactured in high quality 1.2mm 304 grade stainless steel, brushed satin finish. Available with Markwik A6060 mixer tap or Twyford Lever Bib taps.

Applications

  • Plaster rooms
  • Clinical areas

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Dimensions:

Sink Dimensions:

Product Features:

  • Robust, heavy gauge steel frame.
  • Hygienic, wipe clean solid grade laminate construction.
  • Unique pivoting and lockable access panels.
  • Pland HTM 64 compliant 304 grade stainless steel deep drawn plaster sink and work surface with removable strainer basket and cover.
  • Twyford HTM 64 compliant 304 grade stainless steel plaster sink and work surface with removable strainer basket and cover.
  • Ideal Standard HTM 64 compliant A6060 Markwik 21 Bib Mixer Thermostatic, single lever sequential, Bioguard tap.

Module Types

  • Boxed out.
  • Between walls.
  • Aperture.
  • Corner.

Product Data

ALL BRASSWARE OPTIONS INCLUDE TMV3 THERMOSTATIC MIXER VALVES AS STANDARD, FOR SAFE AND HYGIENIC WATER TEMPERATURE CONTROL. OTHER SANITARY WARE OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

Tap Options

Cubicle Systems can offer this pre-plumbed module fitted with the option of brassware from other manufacturers, to meet specific project requirements.

IDEAL STANDARD BIB TAPS

S8270(AA) – (TB H1) Markwik ½” bib taps
S8336(AA) – Bib tap wall mounts ½” for concealed plumbing (pair)

A complete range of wash basins and brassware for non-clinical areas can also be fitted to this module, comprising HTM 64 compliant and standard products.

Other sanitary ware options are available on request

*Note – Optitherm satisfiees the requirements of both HTM 64 ref. H1 and H2a. One lever operates a thermostatic mixer, the other is a dedicated cold supply.