Wudu Ritual Wash Troughs
School Toilets offer stainless steel Wudu ritual foot wash troughs in three standard sizes, or alternatively they can be manufactured to suit individual requirements.
Wudu wash troughs are becoming popular in schools, colleges, and universities as well as workplaces and public buildings. Our multicultural society means provision must be made to allow other faiths to practice their religion, and infrastructure must be changed to facilitate this.
Our Wudu foot washing troughs make the job of providing ritual washing facilities for a school prayer facility cost effective, and easy to achieve. The provision or ritual washing and prayer facilities will help to comply with equality and diversity requirements, and offer students a proper environment for their prayer needs. Students should no longer have to perform wudu ritual washing in wash basins or any other unsuitable equuipment.
Browse our range of stainless steel foot wash troughs below
£900.00 (exc VAT)
Single stainless steel Wudu foot wash unit with hinged foot grid and tap.
Product Code SSP-WUDU-1Show more
£1130.00 (exc VAT)
Double 2 person stainless steel Wudu foot wash unit with hinged foot grating and two taps.
Product Code SSP-WUDU-2Show more
£1899.00 (exc VAT)
Triple 3 person stainless steel Wudu foot wash units with hinged gratings and 3 taps.
Product Code SSP-WUDU-3Show more
What is Wudu?
Wudu is the ritual procedure for washing parts of the body, a type of ritual purification before prayer. Wudu involves washing the hands, mouth, nostrils, arms, head, and feet with water, and is an important part of ritual purity in Islam.
Our Wudu foot wash stations can be used to perform all of the Wudu steps. According to the information available it appears that most of the steps in the differing religions are a variation on the following theme:
• Washing the face once
• Washing both the arms including the elbows once
• Performing masah of one-fourth of the head
• Washing both the feet once up to and including the ankles
These steps can all be done whilst sitting at the Wudu foot wash stations with the use of the press button time flow tap at the top of the unit.