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Bradley Corp.'s WashBar Duo


Bradley Corp., inventors of multi-function hand washing solutions, introduces a new variety of its award-winning WashBar® – the WashBar® Duo – which pairs touchless soap and water components in a single and convenient-to-use fixture.

While the original all-in-one WashBar integrates unique smart sensor technology with soap, water and dryer, the Duo model expands designers’ options when only soap and water are needed.

The sleek WashBar Duo is comprised of a single piece of chrome-plated metal that combines soap and water elements. LED lighting on the fixture helps to visually orient the user through hand washing with easy-to-identify icons on top of the bar. Its streamlined design eliminates the cluttered look of separate soap dispenser and faucet components, promoting efficient and flexible washroom design.

Like the WashBar, the Duo includes an efficient one-gallon soap container that uses either liquid or foam soap and requires fewer refills. When the low-level LED indicator illuminates, the soap container is simply replaced with a new full container. Water is dispensed at 0.5 GPM or, when water conservation is a necessity, 0.35 GPM may be specified.

Non-porous basin options complete the package

The WashBar Duo is available with two attractive basin options that are durable, sustainable, non-porous, and easy to clean and maintain. Designers may choose from the Verge LVA basin made with Bradley’s exclusive Evero® Natural Quartz Material, or the OmniDeck™ 3010, which incorporates individual bowls creating personal space for users and are made of Terreon® and TerreonRE® recycled solid surface materials. Both Terreon and Evero have achieved GREENGUARD Gold Certification.

The Duo may also be ordered as a stand-alone fixture to use with bowls by others.

For more information, please visit https://www.bradleycorp.com/washbar.





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