Thrii Handwasher Drier specified at Bristol Temple Meads station
Six units of the new Thrii Handwasher drier have been specified for installation later this month at Bristol Temple Meads railway station as part of a refurbishment project.
Designed by Brunel and opened in 1840, the station is the largest and oldest in Bristol and is used by more than 8 million passengers a year. The station is owned by Network Rail and operated under franchise by First Great Western who provide the majority of trains to London.
Phil Thorne, Sales Manager for Wallgate said "The Thrii is an ideal choice for a busy railway station as it is able to handle high volume usage and offers a number of energy and cost savings that make it a cost effective alternative to traditional washroom solutions".
The Thrii has also been specified for use at Reading station and will be installed over the next two to three months.