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Stainless steel bath for hospital burn units

Specification:

Stainless Steel Bath for hospital burn unit (hypothermia), size 1800 x 760 x 403 mm deep, manufactured from Grade 304 (18/10) stainless steel 1.6 mm thick. The unit is fitted with a fabricated semi circular bowl measuring 1580 x 608 x 400 mm deep with provision for 40 mm bath waste outlet (not provided). The bath can be manufactured with or without tap holes. Please specify Tap Hole/s diameter if required. In most cases the bath mixer is wall mounted for hygiene and fitted with a thermostatic mixing valve.

Optional:

Stainless Steel frame and legs for bath size 1775 x 735 x 550 mm high manufactured from 40 x 40 x 1,2 mm thick square stainless steel tubing with 40 x 6 mm floor fixing flanges to secure the frame to the floor. (bolts specified elsewhere).

Features:

  • Grade 304 (18/10) 1.6 mm Stainless Steel
  • Hygienic and durable
  • Fabricated semi-circular bowl
Order codeNew product codeOld product codeModelLengthWidthFixing method
FR-BATH-18002630054356656Stainless steel bath1 800 mm760 mmTo brick and mortar or
FR-BATH-FRAME2630055356657Optional bath frame legs1 775 mm760 mmBath frame with legs available
Please note: This is a non-stock item. All orders have a lead time of 22 working days. When requesting a quote, please specify the product codes as listed in the table above.
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Optional stainless steel bath frame

Scalding protection with thermostatic mixing valve

We recommend using a thermostatic valve with the stainless steel bath to prevent scalding or burning from hot water.  The thermostatic valve can be set so that water will not go above 42°C. Ideal operating temperature is between 35-42°C. The thermostatic valve is a must in hospitals and clinics.