Close Coupled Ambulant Disabled Toilet Pack

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This close coupled ambulant DOC M toilet pack is suitable for installation within an ambulant toilet cubicle and complies with the building regulations of DOC M for ambulant disabled toilets.

Grab rails are available in white, dark blue, grey, dark grey or stain/polished stainless steel. Choose from exposed or concealed fixings on the grab rails. Concealed comes with a cover to hide the screw heads.

This close coupled ambulant DOC M toilet pack is suitable for installation within an ambulant toilet cubicle and complies with the building regulations of DOC M for ambulant disabled toilets.

Grab rails are available in white, dark blue, grey, dark grey or stain/polished stainless steel. Choose from exposed or concealed fixings on the grab rails. Concealed comes with a cover to hide the screw heads.

Ambulant disabled toilet packs are installed to aid the walking wounded and for disabled users who are not wheelchair bound. They are also frequently used by the elderly and also pregnant ladies who require more space within a cubicle and also the aid of grab rails.

WRAS has approved all components in this pack available separately also. The ceramic toilet, cistern, and grab rails are all included.

Grab rails are available in a choice of mild or stainless steel.

Pack Includes:

  • 2 x 600mm grab rails (mild or stainless steel)
  • 1 x 450mm grab rail (mild or stainless steel)
  • 1 x Close Coupled toilet pan assembly
  • 1 x Ceramic Cistern
  • 1 x Toilet seat (ring only) with a hinge (stainless steel)
  • 1 x Spatula cistern lever
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