Wash basin bracket electric motor or gas cylinder Standing, sitting, short or tall, having the correct height to wash can be critical to many people. The wash basin with a bracket powered by electric motor or gas cylinder is ideal for children as well as adults and in locations where many people share the wash basin.
This is the case in hospitals, residential homes and also private homes where others besides people with disabilities use the bathroom. Users have the best opportunity to be independent - and thus to achieve greater dignity and satisfaction.
Electric Motor The height of the wash basin can be adjusted simply by using the lever control. The lever control is mounted at the end of a fixed rail which can provide support and function as a towel rail.
The standard position of the operating lever is on the right side but it can also be placed on the left.
The bracket allows the height of the wash basin to be adjusted by up to 300 mm. Also available with remote control instead of lever control.
Gas Cylinder The built-in gas cylinder counterbalances the weight of the wash basin. When the lock is released by lifting the lever, the wash basin becomes almost "weightless" and can be moved up and down by the user or carer.
A small amount of pressure is required to move the basin. The lever control is mounted at the end of a fixed rail which can provide support and function as a towel rail.
The standard position of the operating lever is on the right side but it can also be placed on the left. The bracket allows the height of the wash basin to be adjusted by up to 300 mm.
Caredesign is a part of Enware Australia Pty Limited. Created as a specialist division to offer a broad selection of bathroom and kitchen products for the elderly and people with a disability.
With over two decades worth of experience in catering for a challenging customer base, we pride ourselves in being able to deliver the very best advice, coupled with some unique additional services such as CAD design, OT consultancy and installation.
As much as we principally focus on the specification market via architects and developers, offering one on one advice to end users and their carers we are equally comfortable with.
Our team are committed to helping you in attaining effective outcomes, sharing their expertise to ensure that practical solutions across a variety of budgetary requirements are always achieved.
The diversity of our clientele means that we have an intimate understanding of the interior design requirements for dementia, visual impairment, muscular dystrophy, learning difficulties, mobility and accessibility. Combined with this, we possess a knowledge relating to current Australian Standards AS1428, aged care guidelines and relevant OH&S issues.