? hand washer sink type things?? Sanitary Ware, Ref: 2236
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? hand washer sink type things??
Well we don't know exactly how to describe these, we've certainly not seen anything quite like them before, and thats not something we say that often now. Made by that famous company 'Morrisons' of Glasgow, all 3 of these were in a row (and ought to be again, though it would work with just 2). Theres a main drain at the back and then this odd pair of recessed bits with holes as if you should put a hand in each and have it sprayed. It may shed some light if I describe where they came from which was in a room on the roof of a school. The adjoining room had the old cubicle toilets in a barn style and these led onto a rooftop playground. Lovely things, but quite peculiar.The centre one has a bit of a bash on the front, but its not too bad, and they would work with only the 2 sinks as said earlier. They come with their original cast brackets.
I've attached a rather grainy and unglamorous picture of 2 of my poor workers uncoupling the things.
Each sink measures 30 inches across by 14.5 back. Plus an extra inch on the width where the lips are.