Product Spotlight - September 2020

Product Spotlight - September 2020

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The main feature a PRO looks for in a portable sink is easy serviceability. For the patron using that sink, though, ease of use is key. The Tag 4 portable sink from Satellite | PolyPortables is designed to answer both calls.

The Tag 4 balances the fundamental strengths of the company’s original TagAlong sink with improved design and functionality to offer a more operator-friendly, free-standing hand-wash station. It holds almost any size soap and towel dispenser. A new locking mechanism, easier suction port and freshwater tank access, plus larger handgrips on all four sides, make it a convenient, everyday option.

“The Tag 4 can be used at any location or job site that requires the use of hand-wash stations,” says Michelle Amelse, director of marketing for Satellite | PolyPortables. “Because it fits in most standard portable restrooms from a variety of restroom suppliers, it’s easy to transport and relocate — from special event locations to remote locations at construction sites or disaster relief areas. Also, thanks to the redesigned suction port and drain plugs on both tanks, you can service the Tag 4 more easily than ever and in tight spaces.”

The Tag 4 has been enhanced with a siphon pumpout port at the base, providing easier access to isolate graywater from freshwater. The unit is serviceable from both sides, allowing graywater and freshwater tanks to be easily emptied and drained. Two stake-down holes have been added to the sturdy base to secure the unit in the field. Along with its inherent low center of gravity, the Tag 4 is built to withstand windy conditions. The unit’s foot pump can also be easily accessed and maintained.

“For the past few months, the Satellite | PolyPortables team has worked hard to develop a hand-wash station with greater production capacity to quickly fulfill high demands and improved functionality to better serve our customers’ needs,” Amelse says. “Thanks to the advanced technology used, we were able to go from concept to functioning 3D-printed prototype to market with a fully tested, finished product with greater speed and quality than ever before.” 800-883-1123; www.satelliteindustries.com. 



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