Baby Change Unit Fold Down image

Baby Change Unit Fold Down

Fold down baby changing station
In Stock

£107.00 (exc VAT)

Product Code BCU

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Stainless Steel Wash Trough image

Stainless Steel Wash Trough

Stainless steel wash trough in 4 standard lengths from stock
400mm Projection

£269.00 (exc VAT)

Product Code WTA

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Sluice Sink Wall Mounted Model DU image

Sluice Sink Wall Mounted Model DU

Stainless steel wall mounted slop hopper
600mm x 600mm

£620.00 (exc VAT)

Product Code DU

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Stock Stainless Steel Urinal

Stainless steel urinals in stock with left or right hand outlets
5 sizes up to 2400mm. FREE DELIVERY

£245.00 (exc VAT)

Product Code UWHB

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Washware Eco Solid Surface Wash Trough

Eco Solid Surface Wash Trough With Centre Waste
Up To 3000mm Long

£ (exc VAT)

Product Code WESSW

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Urban Wash Trough

Urban Solid Surface Wash Trough With Concealed Waste
Up to 3600mm long

£ (exc VAT)

Product Code USSW

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Stainless Steel Boot Wash

Stainless steel boot washing sink with hose and brush
550 x 600mm

£485.00 (exc VAT)

Product Code SSBW

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WRAS Approved Stainless Steel Drinking Fountain

Wall hung drinking fountain with WRAS approved bubbler valve tap, wall bracket and waste fitting.

£160.00 (exc VAT)

Product Code DFWH-WRAS

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