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WuduMate

PO Box 541
Egham
Surrey
​TW20 0WN

T: +44 (0) 1784 748080
E: info@wudumate.com
W: www.wudumate.com

About Us

WuduMate was established in 2007 to provide the next generation of washing appliances for ablution in prayer rooms, homes and mosques.

Based in Surrey in England, the company has taken input from users around the world to arrive at excellent product functionality, made using the latest materials and manufacturing techniques.

As the leading supplier of ablution products, WuduMate has used its extensive specialist knowledge to provide best practice advice to a range of clients in the commercial, education and healthcare sectors. The company publishes the widely circulated ‘Diversity Matters, a Guide to Best Practice Multi-Faith Room Design’ which can be downloaded from:http://www.wudumate.com/files/diversity-matters-sep2018.pdf.  Please also view the WuduMate video on the www.wudumate.com homepage.

With distribution of its WuduMate® products across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, North America, Brunei and South East Asia, WuduMate is satisfying a niche, yet truly global requirement.

View the Wudumate video to see what would work best for you.

 

Products

Our specialists provide solutions for all types of facilities for Asian washrooms, both at home and in commercial buildings and the workplace.

Wudu Footbaths

Asian Toilets

Asian Bidets

Accessories

 

Case Studies

At WuduMate we have been privileged to work with numerous organisations in the fields of education, healthcare, finance and leisure since we began developing the WuduMate range. It is always a pleasure to advise others in providing quality wudu and ablution facilities. Please see below for a small selection of case studies about our clients and view the gallery of photographs on line.

 

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