Wide Fountain

Compact drinking fountain with metal bubbler and column.

Compact drinking fountain with metal bubbler and column.

at a glance

    • Price Range: $1000 - $2000
    • Maintenance Level: Easy – Medium

Spare parts are readily available.



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Dimensions (mm)
Ø360 x 1025H

Bubbler and Mouthguard
Chrome-plated brass with lever action and vandal-resistant swivel mouthpiece.

Cast Aluminium with Internal Ceramic White Finish

Ø165mm Aluminium Pipe

2PAC Finish
• Silver
• Black

1/2″ copper pipe water supply Max. recommended water pressure 700kpa

Subsurface, 150mm below ground level.

Tailored options are available for all Street Furniture products. Additional fees and lead times may apply.

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