Decimetric® modular stainless steel sinks, from GEC Anderson, were specified for the Environmental Science Laboratory at The University of Liverpool’s new Central Teaching Laboratories. The specification called for a high performance, durable and easy to maintain solution.
Torsten Bauszus from ADP LLP Architects said, “GECA were chosen for their ability to provide modular, professional grade stainless steel tops with no joints at the sink which will make them very easy to clean and maintain.”
Most of the sinktops were installed in the first floor lab running the full length of the windowed wall and provide washing facilities for 170 individual work stations.
Decimetric® sinks provide a flexible and versatile framework of sizes in 100mm x 100mm increments. This project required large double sink bowls (400 x 400 x 250m deep) set in 1400 x 600mm tops. Each sink was fitted with GEC Anderson V220 Sand Traps to collect solids and to prevent blockages.