The Haws 1431 wall-mounted, wheelchair-accessible, white enameled iron drinking fountain with two bubbler heads provides front access for maintenance and is suitable for indoor or outdoor installation. Wall-mounted drinking fountains require less space than pedestal fountains or coolers, making them suitable for installation in compact spaces. The integrated wall bracket and bowl are made of enameled cast iron for resistance to wear, staining, and corrosion. Two bubbler heads and two side-mounted push buttons provide access for multiple users in high-traffic areas. The stainless-steel push-button valve assemblies allow for front-access adjustment of the water stream, replacement of the pressure regulator cartridge, and valve strainer maintenance. The shielded bubbler heads and waste strainer are made of chrome-plated brass for resistance to corrosion and vandalism, and the bubbler heads provide an even laminar stream flow to reduce splashing. Two mounting brackets simplify installation, and a galvanized steel bottom plate helps reduce tampering. The 1-1/2" OD (outside diameter) chrome-plated brass trap is unenclosed to allow front-access servicing. This wall-mounted drinking fountain complies with the California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953-2006), and meets National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)/American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Standard 61 and the federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) regulations for lead-free waterways. It also has a Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Group certification.
This drinking fountain requires a water pressure between 30 and 90 pounds per square inch (psi) and a supply line size of 1/2" OD for operation. An in-line lead-removal filter (not included) is recommended for water supplies that contain lead. For complete drinking fountain dimensions, please refer to the manufacturer installation drawing.
Drinking fountains produce a stream of water for drinking and are usually in public places. They typically consist of a metal nozzle called a bubbler head that provides an even stream of drinking water, a metal bowl to collect and drain water, a stream control mechanism such as a push button, and a pedestal or wall-mounted support that holds these components at an accessible height. Drinking fountains that provide a refrigerated water stream are called water coolers. Public fountains are subject to federal regulations for accessibility by disabled persons and various government health standards.
Haws Corporation manufactures drinking fountains, electric water coolers, hydration stations, and emergency equipment. The company, founded in 1906 and is headquartered in Sparks, NV, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9001.
What's in the Box?
- Wall bracket with bowl
- (2) Bubbler head assemblies
- Waste strainer
- (2) Push- button assemblies
- (2) Valves
- Bottom plate
- Spanner wrench