Multi-User Drinking Fountain – For Adults


The Willoughby WODF-2-HC Two Station, Stainless Steel Outdoor Drinking Fountain is a vandal-resistant, ADA compliant, multi-user fixture for use in parks and recreational environments. Read more ›

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Product Description

Willoughby’s ADA-Compliant Two-Station Outdoor Water Fountain (WODF-2-HC) is a stainless steel, vandal-resistant, ADA compliant, multi-user commercial water fountain. These fixtures are the perfect outdoor drinking fountains for parks and recreational areas.

ADA-Compliant Two-Station Outdoor Water Fountain Features

Column-type WODF-2-HC fixtures are all-welded, fabricated from heavy-duty, Type 304, 10” Schedule-10 pipe, and 7 gauge plate stainless steel. Standard fixtures come with:

  • high-polish stainless steel bowls
  • machined drinking fountain bubblers
  • adjustable pushbuttons
  • column-mounted access panels
  • and standard flange mounting (anchoring hardware by others)

The secondary, side-mounted water fountain is configured with an adult ADA height (HC) bowl. We factory powder coat the ADA-Compliant two-station fountain in your choice of color; see above for color selection.

Optional Add-Ons

Our WODF-2-HC commercial water fountains can be supplied with optional features including:

  • supplemental or alternate plumbing
  • hose bibbs

All connections between the outside plumbing and the fixture are made within or at the bottom of the vandal-resistant, stainless steel body column. The WODF-2-HC fountain configuration meets all applicable Adult accessibility guidelines when mounted at the correct applicable rim height above the finished surface (installation by others).

Product Compliances

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including carbon black, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.  For more information, go to