CMP’s ADA Compliant Scrub Sink is part of Continental Metal Products full product line of Surgical Scrub Sinks. These compliant infra red sensor operated or digital timer models are designed for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers.
ADA Compliant Scrub Sink Specifications
- Buffed Satin Finish
- 16 Gauge SS
- Available in 1, 2, or 3 bowls / compartments / bays
- Sink Dimension in1-bay;33″ x 16-13/16″ x 30″
- Bowl Dimension; 33″ x16-1/2″x 6-1/2″
- Drain Size ; 3-1/2″ ( 89mm)
- Drain Location; Rear Center
- Thermostatically controlled mixing valve for proper water temperature
- ADA & ICC A117.1
- ASME A112.19.3/CSA B45.4
- ADA & ICC A117.1
- ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1
- NSF 372 (lead free)
- NSF 61
ASME A112.18.2/CSA B125.1
ADA compliant surgical scrub sink compliance certification
Sinks are listed by IAPMO® as meeting the applicable requirements of the Uniform Plumbing Code® ,
International Plumbing Code® , and National Plumbing Code of Canada. Complies with ADA & ICC A117.1 accessibility requirements when installed according to the requirements outlined in these standards.
Faucet complies with ADA & ICC A117.1 accessibility requirements when installed according to the requirements outlined in these standards.
CMP’s ADA Compliant Scrub Sink is not required in all medical facilities, although it is utilized in many healthcare environments worldwide.
Surgical Scrub Sinks, manufactured by Continental Metal Products are the right size for your Hospital, Operating Room, Ambulatory Surgical Center ( ASC ) and Emergency room. CMP designs, manufactures and customizes Surgical Sinks to provide durability and ease of use, while protecting the OR from risks of contamination.
CMP’s high-quality Stainless Steel Surgical Scrub Sinks offer hands-free operation via electronic eye infra red sensor or programmable automatic timer.
CMP’s ADA compliant scrub sink offer additional benefits of popular options. Emergency Eye Wash guarantees safety and temperature-controlled tepid water due to a separate thermostatic mixing valve as required by ANSI Z358.1-2014. In this way, the clinicians can not injure their eyes.