Knowle C of E Primary School undergoes phase two of a major washroom revamp
Knowle C of E Primary School in Solihull has recently undergone phase two of their major washroom refurbishment. Phase two has been completed by Inspired washrooms, a Nottingham-based company and one of KWC DVS's key partners.
Phase two of the refurbishment included additional washbasins, taps and final installations such as lighting and flooring.
As one of the chosen washroom manufacturers, KWC DVS provided 1 1800mm SOLX Miranit washtrough and 3 F3SV1001 self-closing taps to finish the toilets within the school. Maintaining a high standard of hygiene is a crucial element to consider when specifying school washrooms. Composite washtroughs and basins are seamlessly moulded in Miranit, an advanced resin and granite composite with a gel coat, providing a non-porous, robust and hygienic finish. Miranit is several times stronger than ceramic, highly impact-resistant and virtually shatter-proof, making it ideal for busy school washroom environments.
The F3S self-closing taps combine functionality, robustness, and maintenance-friendly design, which is ideal for highly frequented school washrooms. The range is perfect for reducing water consumption with its proven piston-free self-closing water control. These highly durable self-closing F3 taps have been tried and tested, ensuring a long-lasting solution. The push cap is light and easy to use, with an adjustable flow stop time for a one-push operation. It makes them sustainable and user-friendly, particularly in primary educational washrooms.
Chris Kightley, Director and Project Manager for Inspired Washrooms commented "KWC DVS always provides the highest quality products, which are delivered to site on time; their Miranit basins are stylish and robust, making them perfect for a busy school environment."
If you have an upcoming project and would like further help and advice from KWC DVS on specifying washroom products, please feel free to get in touch with a member of our team to find out more information or discuss any requirements you have!