Bobrick B156 Classic Series Surface-Mounted LiquidMate Soap Dispenser - Beige

SKU: B156
$35.18
Weight: 0.69 LBS
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Beige liquid soap dispenser


Features

  • Corrosion-resistant valve dispenses thin, free-flowing commercially marketed all-purpose hand soaps
  • Beige ABS mounting bracket
  • Translucent polyethylene container provides visible soap level
  • Valve operates with less than 5 lb of force (22.2 N)

Specifications

Materials: Bracket and Collar - Beige ABS
Container - Translucent, shatter-resistant polyethylene. Capacity: 24-fl oz (0.7-L)
Valve - Beige ABS with stainless steel spring. Corrosion-resistant
Operation: Push valve up to dispense measured amount of thin, free-flowing commercially marketed all-purpose hand soaps. Valve operates with one hand, without tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist, and with less than 5 pounds of force (22.2 N) to comply with barrier-free accessibility guidelines (including ADAAG in U.S.A.). Only after the collar is unscrewed at base of unit can the valve be removed from the container for filling. Translucent container provides visible soap level
Installation: Secure dispenser to the wall with four sheet-metal screws, furnished by manufacturer, at points indicated by an S. For plaster or dry wall construction, provide concealed backing to comply with local building codes, then secure with sheet-metal screws furnished. For other wall surfaces, provide fiber plugs or expansion shields for use with sheet-metal screws furnished, or provide 1/8" (3mm) toggle bolts or expansion bolts
Note: Provide 1-1/4" (30mm) minimum clearance from cap to underside of any horizontal projection. Valve should be located 44" (1120mm) maximum above the finish floor
Capacity: 24-fl oz (0.7-L)
Size: 4" (100 mm) w x 7-5/8" (195 mm) h x 4-1/8" (105 mm) d

Certifications

Barrier-Free Code Compliance: Complies with barrier-free accessibility guidelines (including ADAAG in the U.S.A.)