Comfort shower seat to hang on grab bars

Ref. 510300S
Shower seat to hang on grab bars
Comfort shower seat to hang on grab bars

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DESCRIPTION

Comfort shower seat to hang on grab bars

Ref. 510300S
Removable, hanging shower seat.
Shower seat for disabled people and people with reduced mobility.
HR Comfort shower seat and backrest.
Large model.
To hang on Ø 32mm grab bars (see refs. 5481S, 5120S and 50505S).
Anti-bacterial treatment on seat and backrest: optimal protection against bacterial development and mould.
Removable: reduces the number of shower seats in a facility, allowing installation only when required e.g. hotels or hospitals providing short-term accommodation for people with reduced mobility.
Suitable for intensive use in public places or the healthcare sector.
Detachable solid seat made from high strength polymer.
Uniform non-porous surface for easy maintenance and hygiene.
Good resistance to chemical products and cleaning.
Anti-UV treatment.
Warm to the touch.
Bacteriostatic 304 stainless steel structure Ø 32mm.
UltraSatin polished satin finish finish.
Adjustable screw jacks guarantee a good horizontal position.
Large protective caps prevent damage to the wall.
Dimensions: 590 x 420 x 510mm.
Tested to over 200kg. Maximum recommended user weight: 135kg.
10 year warranty. CE marked.

ADVANTAGES

Hygiène - Anti-bactérien - BIOSAFE

Anti-bacterial treatment

Universel

Removable: reduces the number of seats needed

Confort - Ergonomie - Déclenchement souple

Comfort: large, ergonomic seat

Sécurité

Tested to over 200kg

Characteristics

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Comfort shower seat to hang on grab bars

Ref. 510300S
Height 510mm
Depth 590mm
Width 420mm
Finish UltraSatin polished satin stainless steel
Certificates Logo CE
Warranty Garantie 10 ans

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Standards and regulations for disabled toilets
Standards and regulations for disabled toilets