- 64 litre capacity
- Epoxy-coated steel construction
- Easy to clean
This 64 litre capacity, white, hygienic fire retardant bin is strongly manufactured from epoxy-coated steel, giving an anti-bacterial coat for an easy wipe clean finish, and a look which is pleasing to the eye and will enhance any kitchen or hospital. The bin also has non-marking rubber feet, which will not leave any trace behind to mar the look of your work area, should you need to move the bin.
The bin is constructed with rounded edges to ensure safe use, with no sharp sides or points where the user can cut themselves. The unit is also sealed at the base, preventing any leaks and reducing the possibility that patients, members of staff or cleaning crews will come into contact with any hazardous materials.
The design is pedal operated, allowing for hands free use which reduces the risk of cross contamination or infection, and increases safety for staff. An elasticated sack holder cord holds the inner bag securely in place, and the nylon loop makes bag changing as simple as could be.
Should the bin need to be moved, it is a relatively light weight at 12 kilograms, and should present no problems for staff on moving or handling.
The bin has been thoroughly tested and found to fully comply with BS476 for Class O Fire Retardancy and the Hospital Technical Memorandum 83/1982.
We also offer a fire retardant 60 litre steel litter bin, available in four different colours and with or without a liner. Constructed from treated zintec steel, this bin is extremely easy to clean, and with the choice of colours available, you can colour code your rubbish, or simply match the bin to the décor of your premises.
Our fire-retardant galvanised sackholders are suitable for both clinical and household waste and offer two options of either a fixed body or a removable body, in a range of five sizes, from 28 litres up to 98 litres. The bin is hygienic and spill proof, perfect for nursing homes, surgeries, hospitals, and laboratories, or any area with wet clinical waste. The bins are also accepted by insurance companies, environmental health officers, cross-infection officers and fire officers.