Oakhill College

By: Galvin Engineering  09-Nov-2011

     After vandalism on bubbler troughs caused surging maintenance costs to Oakhill College, their maintenance plumber Ashley Moran of Ashmor Plumbing sought out a more practical solution to the existing tapware and involved Galvin Engineering in the process. Ashley's idea was to modify existing Galvin detention tapware and retrofit remote self-closing push button bubblers. After a successful 18 month trial the school decided to replace all of their bubblers using the specially designed tapware effectively reducing their maintenance costs.


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