This portable sink provides an easy and cost-effective way to encourage regular handwashing, to help make premises and communities safer.
The Jengu mobile hand washing station is available in two styles, one for humanitarian use, the other to provide additional handwashing facilities for organisations and events.
This mobile hand washing station is a quick and cost-effective way to provide extra hand washing facilities where they are needed most.
Requiring no plumbing, this portable sink is easy to set up and place close to the point of need. Robust and stable, yet easily portable, the unit can also be fixed to the ground if required – making it an ideal indoor or outdoor hand washing station.
As businesses, schools, events and venues in the UK begin to return to normal, everyone needs to work together to stay safe and prevent infection.
Extra hand washing facilities are a visible reminder to everyone of the importance of good hygiene.
Reports show that handwashing with soap and water (even cold water), is more effective than using hand sanitiser. It may well be more cost effective too.
It is vital that organisations and community leaders take responsibility to provide a safe environment for community members, service users and staff.
Providing sufficient handwashing facilities demonstrates a duty of care and practical protection – helping to provide extra peace of mind for all.
Minimal hand contact. The sink operates with a foot pump to reduce the amount of hand contact with the sink itself. Liquid soap is dispensed via an elbow pump – or fixed bar soap is also an option if preferred.
Avoids cross-contamination. The curved tap is specially shaped for handwashing, to discourage other uses which may spread germs and viruses (such as filling drinking bottles).
No plumbing required. This portable sink requires no plumbing, so it can be used indoors and outdoors, and can be easily moved.
The sink uses cold water as standard, supplied from a 20 litre Jerry Can which is sufficient for 60-80 uses. Alternatively, it can be plumbed into a hot water supply if preferred.
Waste water drains into a container of a similar size, for easy manual emptying – but it can also be plumbed in, or can drain into a ground soakaway if used outdoors.
Robust yet lightweight. The mobile sink only weighs approximately 10kg (without water), so it can easily be moved. At 20 litres’ capacity, the Jerry Cans can also be safely moved by one person when full.
Fun to use, with minimal supervision. With an easy-to-use footpump and mirror, Jengu makes handwashing an engaging and pleasant experience.
For international aid and encouraging handwashing in rural communities.
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For UK schools, colleges, campsites, outdoor events and attractions.
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“We were delighted to trial the Alderman’s portable sinks in our Junior School when pupils returned during the Summer Term. With schools becoming one of the first places to reopen after lockdown, it was incredibly important to maintain hygiene levels in all the year group ‘bubbles’ and being able to easily install additional handwashing stations around the buildings and external areas was a vital factor in protecting our school community.
“Our students quickly got to grips with using the foot pump and having a hands-free solution was extremely beneficial by reducing the risk of infection at a crucial time for the school. In fact, for many of our students washing their hands became a socially fun experience and they really enjoyed using the sinks! Equally, to have portable devices allowed us to quickly and relatively effortlessly relocate them should the need arise.
“With government guidelines suggesting that schools will be returning in full capacity for the Autumn Term, these sinks will inevitably prove to be an invaluable tool in ensuring high hygiene levels are maintained, therefore we would recommend them for any setting looking to supplement their own wash facilities in an affordable and efficient manner.”
School Business Manager, The Maynard School, Exeter
These mobile hand wash stations are based on an open-source design created for humanitarian purposes.
The original ‘Jengu’ portable sink was conceived by engineers at consultancy Arup, in collaboration with the British Red Cross and the London School of Hygiene, as part of a Global Challenge Fund project.
We are proud to have worked with Arup as the metal fabrication partner on this project. For more information about the Jengu project, visit https://jengu.org.uk/
We can fulfil orders for both standard and reduced-height Jengu mobile sink options.
We also offer our own modified version, Jengu Hygiene, suitable for wider applications in the UK market.