BOBRICK™ B-60 Large Capacity Wall
Mounted Soap Dispenser
Bobrick Wall-Mounted Soap Dispenser
with Extra-Large Capacity Model B-60
Soap dispenser with extra-large
capacity, Bobrick model B-60. Soap dispenser shall be constructed of
translucent, high-impact plastic and have oversized opening for top
filling. Container shall be equipped with corrosion-resistant,
self-cleaning valve able to dispense commercially marketed all-purpose
hand soaps. Extra-large capacity: 1.5-gal. (5.7-L).
- Ideal for high volume
applications such as health and sports club showers.
- Corrosion-resistant valve
dispenses commercially marketed all-purpose hand soaps.
- Translucent high impact plastic
container provides visible soap level and has oversized opening for
quick top filling.
- Capacity: 1.5-gal. (5.7-L).
- Valve operates with less than 5
lb of force (22.2 N).
TO INSTALL THE DISPENSER:
- Locate Model B-60 soap dispenser
so the push button spout will be over a sink or lavatory. Allow 4"
(100mm) minimum clearance between top of dispenser and bottom of any
horizontal projection to provide enough space to conveniently fill soap
- Remove large cap from soap
- Align the soap dispenser
vertically against wall.
- Mark the location of the three
(3) mounting holes on the wall.
- Pre-drill three (3) mounting
holes for #10 x 1-1/4'' (4 x32mm) screws furnished.
- Secure soap dispenser to wall
with the three mounting screws. Rubber washer must be used inside soap
container to seal top mounting. For plaster or dry wall
construction, provide concealed backing to comply with local building
codes, then secure unit with screws furnished. For other wall
surfaces, provide fiber plugs or expansion shields for use with screws
furnished, or provide 1/8" (3mm) toggle bolts or expansion bolts.
- Replace large cap.
HOW TO FILL THE CONTAINER:
- Unscrew large cap on top of
- Fill container with liquid or
lotion soap, or synthetic detergent; 1-1/2 gal. (5.7-L) maximum. Do not
fill above the full level line indicated on front of container.
NOTE: All Bobrick liquid soap dispensers are designed to dispense
commercially marketed all-purpose hand soaps including liquid and lotion
soaps, synthetic detergents, and antibacterial soaps containing PCMX
and/or Triclosan. Bobrick soap dispensers are not designed to dispense
alcohol-based hand sanitizers or iodine-based surgical soaps.
- Replace large cap.
TO INSTALL VALVE:
- Hold the collar nut with the 1"
(25mm) closed-end wrench. Make sure the notch in the collar nut is
facing toward the front of the dispenser and position nut behind soap
valve hole inside dispenser.
- Screw new soap valve into collar
nut, clockwise, until rear of valve face hits the front of the soap
- Push the soap valve into the
rectangular recess in the face of the soap container with spout facing
- Tighten collar nut with wrench
until tight enough so that valve will not leak around seal at front of
- Install soap dispenser on wall
Note: 4112-79 is not retrofitable into
units manufactured prior to 1/2010. Must install on units with notched soap
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