A completed sanitary wet unit is an independent, multiple purpose and modular unit. It is constructed with wall panel, ceiling panel, pipe system, light, electric socket and exhaust fan as well as toilet etc. The toilet can be gravity ...
LUBMOR Sp. z o.o. manufactures sanitary units (bathrooms) for shipbuilding industry and for construction. They are made as self-contained rooms with outlets for water, sewage and electricity. The sanitary units are executed ...
When considering prefabricated wet modules onboard a ship, offshore living quarters or even in a building on shore, quality is a key word in every respect. The units from Norac are produced accorcing to the most stringent ...
... vessels, navy ships and other applications, including applications on land, like hotels. The TNF Wet Units are made as pre-fabricated ready-to-install modules or as knock-down kits for refurbishment or other situations ...
Metalika sets the highest standards for exclusive interiors. For more than 75 years the Arh family have dealt with exclusive furniture interior production. Traditional workmanship, proffesional stuff and latest technology are bases for ...
Prefab bathroom units Staco Europe produces innovatively designed, functional and durable prefab bathroom units. We manufacture standard bathroom models as well as custom made units, ...
The cabin module is a spacious construction of accommodation of the crew members and ship passengers. The construction of the cabin module is designed for an easy transport and installation on board. It's suitable for quick connecting ...
... use only the highest quality materials to create each unit, giving special attention to the wet conditions specific to a bathroom. Ease of Installation – Modular toilets are delivered to the vessel complete in all respects, ...
How to choose this product
Prefabricated bathrooms are modules, generally rectangular, which can be fitted with toilet, tub, shower and/or other facilities. They are easy to install aboard merchant and passenger vessels.
Such units are often used by shipyards building ferries, ocean liners or other vessels with numerous identical cabins. In some cases the same modules are used in hotel construction.
These structures are generally built around a metal framework to which metal or composite panels are attached. They are made waterproof by use of an interior sealant, sometimes tinted. The numerous options include bidet, sink, shower, toilet and sauna.
Plumbing and electrical wiring are generally factory-installed, greatly simplifying connection to on-board systems. Such modules generally feature a door with a latch or a lock operated by code or magnetic card. Some include a "free/occupied" indicator.
How to choose
Detailed specifications should include the required number of bathrooms, available installation space and the desired degree of comfort and luxury.