Filtrine’s Model SF outdoor vandal proof, solar powered, dual drinking fountain/bottle filling station is built to last in all environments and includes a dog bowl. The foot pedals and drinking fountain "Soft Touch" valves serve as a back up to the Hands Free" sensors in case of electrical failure. Tamper resistant screws prevent vandalism to the components and the UV water sterilizer ensures clean water for thirsty park visitors.
♿ ADA Compliant
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The frame and base are made of 1/4″ black steel. Powder coated in “Filtrine Green”, the outer wrap and access panels are built in 14 ga #4 stainless steel. The bubblers and bowls are bronze powder coated stainless steel. Super strong, the mounting bracket is 10 ga stainless steel. Both the low bowl drinking fountain and bottle filling station are ADA Compliant.
Fountain Controls:  foot activated sensors control the flow of water for the bottle filling station and the dog bowl.  “Hands Free” sensors control the left and right bubblers, bottle filling station and dog bowl water dispenser.
Standard Features: 15W solar panel secured with a vandal proof bracket and protected by 3/8″ plexiglass; 12V, 7Ah battery for electricity storage; manually operated foot pedals and “Soft Touch” valves; tamper resistant screws; UV water sterilizer; powder coat; stainless steel drinking fountain bubblers and bowls are powder coated bronze.
To download drawings, visit the Filtrine Model SF Outdoor Fountain CADdetails page. 2D file formats include: 2D DWG, DWF, DXF, PDF (CAD), VWX. 3D file formats include: Revit & SketchUp.
Civic & Culture
Unlimited finish options and colors ensure that the Filtrine drinking fountains/bottle filling stations in your building or museum will have the same aesthetic quality and beauty as the décor or the artifacts being displayed. Filtrine’s drinking fountains and bottle filling stations are architecturally designed and the most durable in the industry. No other manufacturer offers a wider variety of drinking fountain/bottle filling station models and materials, including solid bronze. Any Filtrine drinking fountain/bottle filling station can be made “Hands Free”.
Colleges & Universities
Filtrine drinking fountains/bottle filling stations can meet and exceed LEED, Living Building Challenge (LBC) Red List and other green architectural requirements. Sustainability is especially important to higher education. Many colleges and universities looking to reduce bottled water waste and energy costs. All Filtrine drinking fountains/bottle filling stations are available with “Hands Free” and manual water bottle filler options to allow for the use of refillable bottles. Additionally, Filtrine drinking water chillers utilize immersion coil evaporators which provide a higher capacity of chilled drinking water while saving energy over traditional cooling technologies.
Filtrine offers a wide variety of drinking fountains and bottle filling stations that can be installed outdoors in parks and public spaces. This makes it easy to find the appropriate style of outdoor drinking fountain or bottle filling station model for arts and historic districts, downtowns and public squares. Any Filtrine drinking fountain/bottle filling station can be made “Hands Free”.
School systems throughout the US have become concerned about lead in their buildings’ drinking water. Old pipes and untreated city water are the main issues. Filtrine has two ways for schools to remove lead from drinking water.
- Filtrine’s vandal proof drinking fountains, bottle filling stations and electric water coolers are popular because of their durability. Point of use drinking water chillers and purifiers can be added to drinking fountains and bottle filling stations to eliminate lead, organic tastes/odors, chlorine taste/odor and pathogens. Any Filtrine drinking fountain/bottle filling station can be made “Hands Free” to cut down on germ transmission.
- Filtrine’s point of entry water filtration system uses pre-filters, purifiers and optional UV sterilizers. It delivers lead-free water throughout the school building. Visit Point of Entry Water Filtration Explained for more information.