Dolphin Stainless Steel Disabled Doc-M Shower Pack (no Shower)

£1,495.20 £1,246.00
BC5083-SHV

This luxury Doc-M compliant disabled shower pack from leading washroom manufacturer Dolphin is perfect for creating a luxury looking accessible disabled shower room. Compiled to suit installations where the existing shower is to be re-used as no shower valve or shower head is included.

With a Stainless Steel finish it ensures a luxury aesthetic is maintained throughout. Alongside this, it offers the benefit of ensuring that your washroom will stand the test of time.

This luxury Doc-M compliant disabled shower pack from leading washroom manufacturer Dolphin is perfect for creating a luxury looking accessible disabled shower room. Compiled to suit installations where the existing shower is to be re-used as no shower valve or shower head is included.

With a Stainless Steel finish it ensures a luxury aesthetic is maintained throughout. Alongside this, it offers the benefit of ensuring that your washroom will stand the test of time.

High quality brushed stainless steel Doc M compliant shower pack – supplied without the valve and shower fittings.

Pack contains:

  • 650mm projection fold-up shower seat
  • 150mm projection padded backrest
  • BC 5083-02 600mm grab rail x 3
  • BC 5083-01 450mm grab rail x 1
  • BC 5083-06 hinged support rail x 2
  • BC 725 single robe hook x 2
  • 1200 x 1200mm L-shaped curtain rail and 500mm ceiling stay
  • 1830 x 1830mm weighted shower curtain x 2 with chrome hooks x 24

Not included:

  • No shower valve
  • No 2-way diverter valve
  • No riser rail, hose, handset and hose wall connector
  • No overhead shower head
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