Wash Basin” refers to a plumbing fixture used for washing hands, face, and other small items. It is commonly found in bathrooms, powder rooms, and utility areas. Wash basins come in various shapes, sizes, materials, and styles to match different interior designs and user preferences.
Here are some key points about wash basins:
- Types: Wash basins can be categorized into various types based on their installation and design. Some common types include countertop basins (rest on top of a vanity or countertop), pedestal basins (mounted on a pedestal, concealing the plumbing), wall-mounted basins (attached directly to the wall, often used in smaller spaces), and semi-recessed basins (partially set into a countertop).
- Materials: Wash basins are made from different materials, including ceramic, porcelain, glass, stainless steel, stone, and composite materials. Ceramic and porcelain basins are popular due to their durability, ease of cleaning, and wide range of designs.
- Shapes and Styles: Wash basins come in various shapes, such as round, oval, square, and rectangular. The bowl depth and rim thickness can also vary. The style and shape of the wash basin can significantly impact the overall aesthetic of the bathroom.