Mechline Developments has added a new advanced range of hand wash stations to its line-up.
An extension of the existing BaSix brand, the 300/400 Wash Basin range is designed to promote optimal hygiene practise and be easy to install, use and clean.
Manufactured using a combination of high grade polished 304 Austenitic stainless steel for the bowl and deck, and injection moulded ABS-Polycarbonate for the skirt, they are designed to be robust and simple to clean.
Available in two different sizes, with or without a soft-touch, hands-free front panel, the range offers a variety of configurations to help ensure good hygiene practise and water savings in the kitchen.
Kristian Roberts, marketing manager at Mechline, remarked: “We are excited to add this new lineup to our popular BaSix range. Always striving to develop innovative products that will make a difference to the commercial kitchen environment, this range does just that with its robust nature, easy to clean design and helpful installation features.
“A standout feature of this range is the mounting bracket with integral spirit level that comes supplied. With this and pre-fitted hardware, installation is almost as effortless as the use itself!”
The new BaSix range’s curved design means there are no sharp corners, no exposed bolts and no protruding hazards for staff to bump into. The hands-free options are also designed to reduce water consumption and the risk of cross-contamination.
Ben Smithson, operations manager at the Aqua Restaurant Group, commented: “We have two of Mechline’s new BaSix hand wash stations installed in our Milton Keynes restaurant, and so far they have proved very impressive. I particularly like the hands-free push-front panels – they’re a great idea!
“Not only do staff find them comfortable and effortless to use, they also encourage hygienic handwashing habits. The shape is also ideal for our busy kitchen, its curved and neat design prevents it from being knocked and banged and also makes cleaning very easy. All in all, they’ve been a great addition to our kitchen and have added ease to our operations.”
Furthermore, Mechline director Peter Galliford was videod strength-testing the new range, as seen below: