Sani Unit – ASK Washrooms

ASK Washrooms are rolling out a new product in 2020. With the current Corona virus pandemic, we are all facing the same problem worldwide. How do we return to work safely whilst maintain hygienic standards and cleanliness in the workplace? This applies to you whether you work in construction, an office, a school or a hospital.

As an example, how do we at ASK Washrooms create an environment that is hygienic, clean and safe for not only our employees but our customers and end users.

Introducing our new Sani Units

Sani Unit is an elegant and practical solution for personal hand sanitation and waste disposal. A strength of this product is that it is suitable for all environments, ideal for hospitals, schools, offices, airports, service stations and many other workspaces/public areas.

What does a Sani Unit offer?

Supplied with an automatic touch-free dispenser and large lockable compartment equipped with a capacious bin and two universal box holders allowing you to dispense face masks, gloves or wipes.

What is it manufactured from?

The Sani Unit is manufactured from Solid Grade Laminate (also known as Compact Grade Laminate) benefitting from antibacterial treatment that eliminates 99.9% of bacteria, which of course is an extremely valuable trait in our current climate.

Does it come in multiple finishes?

Our standard Sani Units are supplied in white or graphite complete with optional decorative finishes to the sides of the unit. For bespoke or bulk orders other colours are available on request.

What is the size of the Sani Units?

Our Sani Units are manufactured to the dimensions shown below:

Height: 1425mm

Width: 400mm

Depth: 355mm

However, if you would like to discuss a bespoke size/order then make a request to a member of the team who will be able to discuss your individual requirements

Where should you position your Sani Units?

We would recommend establishing where the busiest areas are in your work place, whether that is a construction site, office, school or hospital. Once you have identified your busiest areas this will help you when deciding where to place your Sani Units. We would generally advise near entrance/exit points as well as stair wells.

For further reading, you can find our references below, these are from higher authority website such as WHO (World Health Organisation), NHS (National Health Service) GOV.UK (the official government website) and CLC (Construction Leadership Council)







If after reading this post, you have any queries or questions, please feel free to get in touch with a member of the team using the contact details below:


Telephone 0116 326 0060


As with all our projects and products, surveys, quotations, designs and rendered drawings are completely free of charge, so why not ASK?


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