Wall mounted bib taps for commercial washrooms
Our range of wall mounted bib taps are ideal for keeping countertops clear and are suitable for use as cleaners sink taps and with utility sinks and splashback wash troughs. We stock a wide range of bib taps from leading manufacturers such as Armitage Shanks, Bristan, Franke and Ideal Standard.
Our bib taps are available in brass, chrome or polished chrome in a variety of styles including cross head, timed flow operation and lever bib taps to suit your preference. Whether you’re looking for taps for schools, hospitality or healthcare settings, you can find the right bib tap to compliment your commercial washroom here.
Extension tubes are also available for our bib taps to help gain more clearance beneath the spout if needed.
If you can’t find the right bib tap for you or have any questions about our washroom products or, please feel free to contact us and a member of our friendly team will be happy to help.
Bib tap FAQs
What is a bib tap?
A bib tap is a type of wall mounted tap which is commonly used for cleaners sinks and wash troughs both indoors and outdoors. Wall mounted bib taps feature a faucet and spout which bends downwards.
What is a bib tap used for?
A bib tap is commonly used in hospitality, education and healthcare settings by cleaners who need more clearance to fill cleaning equipment. That said, bib taps are quite versatile and you can find a bib tap to suit a number of tasks. If you’re not sure whether you need cross head, non-concussive or lever bib taps, get in touch with our team and we'll help you find bib taps that best suits your needs.
How does a bib tap work?
How a bib tap works can vary slightly depending on the style you have but typically, wall mounted bib taps have a horizontal inlet and nozzle and disperses water downwards.
What are the benefits of bib taps?
Bib taps are available in a range of styles to suit your needs, here are just a few benefits of installing bib taps in your commercial washroom:
They help to keep countertops clear - having more available space is useful, particularly if users have bulky buckets or items that need to fit below the bib tap.
They are simple to operate - whether you have a crosshead, timed-flow or lever operated bib tap, they are simple to use which helps users carry out tasks quickly and efficiently.
They give users more space - thanks to their horizontal orientation, there is more space beneath the water flow for users.