Bobrick's 3-in-1 washroom solution

The B-38030 TrimLineSeries is a paper towel dispenser, automatic hand dryer and waste bin all in one

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The Bobrick B-38030 TrimLineSeries (above right) offers users multiple hand-drying options.
The Bobrick B-38030 TrimLineSeries (above right) offers users multiple hand-drying options.

Bobrick’s B-38030 TrimLineSeries 3-in-1 recessed paper towel dispenser, automatic hand dryer and waste bin reduces towel usage, energy use and waste while providing a fast, comfortable hand dry.

The unit’s paper towel dispenser reduces towel usage by up to 30 per cent with TowelMate functionality built in, dispensing 600 multifold or 450 C-fold paper towels. Its sustainable 900W high-performance hand dryer reduces energy consumption and waste.

The 3-in-1 unit’s flush TrimLine space-saving design and robust satin finish stainless steel construction are well suited to washrooms in Class A offices and high-end restaurants. It also has a removable, leak-proof, 13.7 litre waste container.

This multipurpose combination unit also meets reach-range requirements for UK Doc M, Australian DDA, US ADA and similar standards, featuring minimalistic styling with single-door design. Available in 115V and 230V versions.

Bobrick B-38030 TrimLineSeries: features and benefits

  • Economical Patented TowelMate dispenses a single towel at a time, eliminating bunching and reducing usage by up to 20 per cent.
  • Quiet and efficient Operates quietly and provides a comfortable hand-dry.
  • Sustainable Patrons reduce consumption and waste by combining a 900W high-performance, dual-air hand dryer and a single paper towel.
  • Compliant Paper dispenser, air outlets and waste disposal meet reach-range requirements for UK Doc M, Australian DDA, US ADA and similar standards.
  • Durable Robust type 304 stainless steel hinges provide long life, vandal resistance and easy maintenance.

For more information and technical support, visit: bobrick.com

 

Contact:

020 8366 1771

info@bobrick.co.uk


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