Filtrine Builds the Only Solid Bronze Drinking Fountains in the Industry
Most Filtrine drinking fountains models including wall-mounted, semi-recessed, recessed, pedestal, deck, alcove, vandal proof and bottle filling stations can be manufactured in bronze. The bubbler valves, bottle fillers and grilles are matched in the finish of your choice.
The drinking fountain bowls, vandal proof bottle fillers, support arms, cover plates, grilles or pedestal bases are made of solid bronze. The other bottle fillers such as the gooseneck and the bubbler valves are bronze plated.
With your imagination and Filtrine’s craftsmanship, there is no limit to the look or style that you can specify. ADA compliant models and options including “Hands Free” activation are available.
Examples of Bronze Drinking Fountains in Various Finishes
Fountain Finish Maintenance
As with any fine piece of furniture, the bronze drinking fountains need periodic maintenance.
- Weekly, or as required, clean all exposed surfaces with windex or mild soap solution using a soft cloth.
- Dry with a clean soft cloth.
- Download the Fountain/Cover Plate Care and Flow Adjustment fact sheet for details.
- If finish requires complete renewal, see the Bronze Fountain Reconditioning Program below for available refinish options.
Bronze Fountain Reconditioning Program
Regardless of age or condition exchange your worn, stained or scratched Filtrine fountains for reconditioned fountains of the same model shipped to you in advance!
You’ll need only one plumber visit to replace your current fountain. Simply order a reconditioned fountain from our stock. When the fountain arrives, remove your fountain from the wall, install the reconditioned unit and return your old fountain pre-paid to the factory for credit determination.
This service is available at any time, regardless of the fountain’s age or condition – with the exception of vandalized or damaged units, which incur an additional fee.
For more information on Filtrine’s warranty or the fountain reconditioning program, contact the Filtrine drinking water division.