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HS-series Terreon Undermount basin

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HS-series Terreon Undermount basin

Screen Shot 2014-12-09 at 7.09.42 AMBradley Corp. has won a 2014 Product Innovation Award (PIA) presented by Architectural Products magazine for its new and highly durable HS-Series Terreon™ Solid Surface Undermount Basins. The HS-Series is the only collection of ADA-compliant, multipurpose basins featuring a flat bottom design with clean, contemporary lines. HS-Series Undermount Basins can be specified either as a seamless, prefabricated Bradley Omnideck™ Lavatory System packaged ready to install, or basin only with Terreon solid surface countertops ready for field fabrication. With 32 Terreon colors and three contemporary basin shapes available – rectangular, square or oval – the design possibilities are endless.

The flat bottom design not only provides a high aesthetic, but also maximizes capacity making the basins ideal for general hand washing or multipurpose use.

Compliant with ADA guidelines, the HS-Series Undermount Basins are ideal for healthcare applications such as exam rooms, patient rooms and nursing stations, as well as a number of commercial hand washing applications, including laboratories, high-rise offices, airports and more.

Resilient Terreon solid surface material

Constructed of durable, non-porous Terreon solid surface material, HS-Series Undermount

Basins are repairable to its original finish. Terreon resists stains, burns, chemicals and impact, which makes it an appealing product for high-volume and every day applications. Surface marks and scratches are repaired easily with everyday cleaners or fine-grit abrasives, making the material very easy to clean and maintain. Since there are no seams or adhesives, Terreon does not support microbial growth, so germs and bacteria are kept at bay. It has earned the IAPMO Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) and the Home Innovation Lab Certification, and is GREENGUARD-Certified as a low-emitting material.

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