Bobrick B-8221 20-fl oz Hand Soap Dispenser - Translucent Plastic, Lavatory Mount - 4"

SKU: 127508
Brand: Bobrick Model: B-8221 Condition: New

Bobrick B-8221 Lotion/Soap Dispensers

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Description

 

The Bobrick B-8221 Translucent Plastic 20 Fluid Ounce Hand Soap Dispenser Lavatory Mount offers a complete set of fixtures necessary for your wash room’s soap and cleanliness needs.

 

The dispenser includes a 20 fluid ounce soap container with its stylish pump spout and several other necessary attachment pieces. The Bobrick B-8221 Translucent Plastic 20 Fluid Ounce Hand Soap Dispenser Lavatory Mount’s container has an impact resistant ABS body with top filling for easy maintenance. It is also easy to install and features corrosion resistance for long-lasting utility.

 

The patented Bobrick B-8221 Translucent Plastic 20 Fluid Ounce Hand Soap Dispenser Lavatory Mount can fit in a one-inch thick sink surface. It makes a convenient and tidy addition to wash rooms in businesses, homes, schools, restaurants, commercial buildings, hotels or medical buildings.


Features:• Top-filling design for ease of maintenance and labor savings
• Vandal-resistant locking cover and free-turning spout
• Corrosion-resistant
• Bright-polished 4" (100mm) spout, cover and escutcheon
• Impact-resistant ABS body and shank; shatter-resistant polyethylene container
• Capacity: 20-fl oz (0.6-L)
• Maximum mounting thickness: 1" (25mm)
• Patented design
Specifications:• Model: B-8221
• Color: Translucent
• Dimensions

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