The Tana fountain is formed by a single L-shaped body made from cast aluminium that rests subtly on the paving. The lower body includes a water collection grating and bowl while the vertical body houses all the mechanisms, the spout and the rear inspection hatch. Its adapted geometry ensures its accessibility for users in wheelchairs.
The name of the fountain comes from the ending of the word “fontana” which, in literary language and also in Italian, means “fountain”. The first unit was installed in the courtyard of the Congress Hall of Pamplona, built by the same architect.
Body and grating in cast aluminium with a two-component, black, forged effect, polyurethane paint finish. Rear inspection hatch made from aluminium sheet metal with a thickness of 3 mm. AISI 316L stainless steel nozzle. Two M12 130 mm zinc-plated steel bolts are required for anchoring to the paving, as well as A2 stainless steel screws.
Its installation requires maximum precision in marking the drinking water connection outlet points and the drain position and diameter on the ground. Anchored with two M12 130 mm zinc-plated steel bolts.