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31SCM70 - Wall Mounted Sacrarium Sink

Locking sacrarium unit can be used in church sacristy to provide for the correct disposition of rinse water used with sacred vessels. Wall mount style sink is beautifully crafted in the USA and features:

  • Satin Bronze cover with polished cross
  • Heavy guage drawn stainless steel basin
  • Select from Hinged Cover with lock and keys or Lift-off style cover. Both style sacrarium covers features a bronze cross finial.

  • Faucet holes on 4" centers (faucets not included) have silver covers (if not using faucets)
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  • Includes wall mount brackets
  • 17" wide sink
  • 15" length  5-1/2" depth
  • Faucet holes on 4" centers (faucets not included)
  • Removable cover or Hinged Cover with lock

  • Bowl has a standard 2" drain opening

  • Instructions for plumbers: According to Canon (church) Law, the sacrarium is to be fitted with a drain that is piped directly into the earth. The piping may be of any suitable material but may not connect with the regular drain lines that lead to the sewer or septic. 
  • Instructions for Sacristans: It is not permissable to pour the Sacred Blood in the Sacrarium, even if diluted with water. (It must be consumed by the priest, deacon or Eucharistis Minister.) The Sacrarium is used for disposing of water from: 
    • washing/rinsing chalices and ciboria
    • washing altar linens
    • water used to clean places where the host was dropped or Precious Blood spilled