Armitage Shanks Contour 21+ Doc M Back-to-wall Toilet Pack with Rails (Choice of Colours)

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Armitage Shanks back to wall Doc M pack, specifically designed to latest recommendations for disabled toilets. Suitable for installations where a service void or IPS duct panel set exists to conceal the cistern and pipework. Grab rails are available in a choice of colours including Blue, White, Red, Grey, and Charcoal. Polished Stainless Steel also available.

These packs have a left hand or right-hand single tap hole basin. Taps have copper tails as these are preferred in many applications and TMV3 approved basin mixers to help prevent scalding with an integral thermostat to reduce legionella risk.

Armitage Shanks back to wall Doc M pack, specifically designed to latest recommendations for disabled toilets. Suitable for installations where a service void or IPS duct panel set exists to conceal the cistern and pipework.

These packs have a left hand or right-hand single tap hole basin. Taps have copper tails as these are preferred in many applications and TMV3 approved basin mixers to help prevent scalding with an integral thermostat to reduce legionella risk.

Included in each pack:

  • Doc M Contour 21 back to wall rimless WC pan with seat no cover
  • Water-saving delay fill Conceala cistern with spatula lever
  • Grab rails – colour choice of Blue, White, Red, Grey, and Charcoal. Polished Stainless Steel also available, please contact us to confirm the price
  • TMV3 mixer tap with copper tails

Features:

  • Available as left or right-handed setup
  • BS8300 compliant
  • Delivered in one box
  • LANTAC approved

The handing of the packs is determined by where the basin is sited when you are sat on the toilet pan. If the basin is on the right-hand side then you will require a right-handed pack and vice versa.

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