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New lavatory system hits the trifecta

New lavatory system hits the trifecta

August 11, 2010
This article first appeared in the 200908 issue of BD+C.

Bradley Corp. has figured out a way to squeeze a faucet, soap dispenser, and hand dryer in a single lavatory unit, reducing or even eliminating the need for separate hand dryers or paper towel dispensers. The Advocate saves space and improves user safety by eliminating the "drip trip" to the hand dryer or paper towel dispenser. The unit features a low-energy hand dryer, a 0.38-gpm faucet, and ndite technology, which powers the faucet without electricity or batteries. The solid-surface lavatory is made with 25% preconsumer granules and a bio-based resin. The material is Greenguard certified as low emitting, and is available in eight colors.

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