Cleaners Sinks

Cleaners Sinks are purpose-made so that cleaners have space to fill a bucket before mopping and subsequently empty it. They come with a slightly larger waste water outlet that allows for better drainage. Our range of stainless steel and ceramic cleaners sinks and janitorial units is ideal for use in commercial environments such as schools, offices, care homes, and medical clinics. We sell individual cleaners sinks and cheaper pre-assembled cleaners sink packs, which include taps and stands.

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Cleaners Sinks & Janitorial Units for Schools, Offices and other commercial settings

Both stainless steel and ceramic cleaners sinks are available to cater to the preference of the user, and some of our cleaner's sinks have options for certain features, such as a higher back for the unit to help prevent water damage to walls. Often used for filling up buckets and disposing of wastewater, cleaners sink and janitorial units are extremely useful in commercial settings that require regular cleaning and maintenance. Moreover, they allow cleaners to be more productive as they can easily obtain and dispose of water without struggling to fit a large bucket under a tap. The risk of cleaning water entering sanitary environments is also reduced.

Whether you’re looking for floor-standing, wall-mounted, or inset cleaners sinks, we have a wide variety of styles available to choose from. Our range includes sinks from leading manufacturers, including Franke, Armitage Shanks, Twyford and Shaws of Derwin. Options include full cleaners sink packs that include the necessary legs, wall fixing brackets and taps.

You might also be interested in other products in our sanitary ware range, including surgical sinks and wall-hung basins.

If you are looking for a certain product other than our cleaner sinks or have any questions about those shown on our website, then please get in touch with the sales team by phone or email, and they will do their very best to help!

Cleaners Sink FAQ

What is a cleaner's sink? 

A cleaners sink is typically used for filling up buckets, disposing of wastewater and cleaning other items. They are ideal for janitorial use in commercial settings such as schools, colleges, leisure centres and garden centres as they are durable and practical.

What are the features of a cleaners sink? 

You can find a range of cleaners sinks which have slightly different features, including:

  • Grating - this can be used as a shelf for buckets

  • Built-in brackets 

  • Legs and bearers - these can support the weight of the cleaner's sink and stand it at a set height from the floor.

  • Splashback - this helps to reduce water damage to the wall from splashes and keeps spaces clean and tidy.

  • They’re made of stainless steel or ceramic material

It is also worth noting that cleaners' sinks can be wall-hung, inset or floor-standing, so consider which style will suit your needs best. 

Who needs a cleaner's sink?

Cleaners sinks are ideal for many commercial settings, including:

  • Schools

  • Hospitals

  • Public buildings

  • Leisure centres

  • Offices 

  • Care homes

  • Garden centres

Essentially, a cleaner's sink is a great addition to any environment that involves regular cleaning and maintenance. 

What are the benefits of a cleaner's sink? 

  • They reduce the risk of cross-contaminating sanitary areas - commercial environments such as restaurants must be careful not to cross-contaminate surfaces with cleaning fluids or wastewater. Many establishments may struggle to fit mop buckets under their kitchen taps, and in doing so, they also risk splashing what should be a sanitary space - cleaners' sinks reduce this risk. 

  • They’re versatile - cleaners sinks are suitable for many different commercial environments and can feature removable grating and splashback to make tasks easier.

  • They’re durable - made from stainless steel or ceramic, cleaners sinks are robust and can withstand the test of time. 

  • You can get cleaners sinks with a splashback - this prevents water from damaging the wall behind.