Multi-User Drinking Fountain – For Adults & Child

WODF-3-HC-CHD

The Willoughby WODF‐3-HC-CHD Three Station Stainless Steel Outdoor Drinking Fountain is a vandal‐resistant, Adult and Child ADA compliant, multi‐user fixture for use in parks and recreational environments. Read more ›


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Product Description

The Willoughby WODF‐3-HC-CHD Three Station Stainless Steel Outdoor Drinking Fountain is a vandal‐resistant, Adult and Child ADA compliant, multi‐user fixture for use in parks and recreational environments.

Column‐type WODF‐3-HC-CHD fixtures are all‐welded, fabricated from heavy-duty, Type 304, 10” Schedule‐10 pipe, and 7 gauge plate stainless steel. Standard WODF‐3-HC-CHD 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 two side‐mounted water fountains are configured with an Adult ADA Height (HC) bowl and a Child ADA Height (CHD) bowl. The finished outdoor fountain is factory powder coated in your choice of color; see above for color selection.

The WODF‐3-HC-CHD drinking fountain can be supplied with optional features including supplemental or alternate plumbing, hose bibbs, etc. All connections between the outside plumbing and the drinking fountain are made within or at the bottom of the vandal‐resistant, stainless steel body column. The WODF‐3‐HC-CHD fountain configuration meets all applicable Adult and Child ADA accessibility guidelines when mounted at the correct applicable rim height above the finished surface (installation by others).

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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 www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.