Low Level Doc M Toilet Pack with Grey or Dark Grey Grab Rails and TMV3

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Low-level disabled toilet room pack (Doc M Pack), designed to provide a toilet facility for wheelchair users within a commercial washroom setting. Complete with a choice of grey or dark grey steel grab rails, available with exposed or concealed fixings. Includes TMV3 valve for controlling hot water to a safe temperature.

Low-level disabled toilet room pack (Doc M Pack), designed to provide a toilet facility for wheelchair users within a commercial washroom setting. Complete with a choice of grey or dark grey steel grab rails, available with exposed or concealed fixings. Includes TMV3 valve for controlling hot water to a safe temperature.

This Doc M pack complies with the Approved Document M of the Building Regulations 2000 and BS 8300:2001, provided that the toilet facility has at least the dimensions, equipment and fittings are shown within the regulations. This disabled toilet pack provides both left and right-hand layouts without the need to specify right or left-hand assemblies.

The pre-boxed pack comes complete with:

  • 5 x 600mm Steel Grab Rails
  • 1 x 800mm Lift & lock steel hinged Rail
  • 1 x Low Level WC pan & cistern assembly
  • 1 x Ring only toilet seat with stainless hinge
  • 1 x Two tap hole basin & fittings
  • 1 x Basin mixer tap
  • 1 x Spatula cistern lever
  • 1 x TMV3 Valve

Optional exposed or concealed fixings for grab rails

Not Included: alarm pull cord, shelf, and mirror.

Benefits & Features:

  • LABC approved
  • WRAS approved
  • All components available as individual products
  • Toilet seat with adjustable buffers and stainless-steel pillar hinge
  • Universal - left or right handed

Please Note: Fixings for load-bearing elements of the Doc-M pack such as the WC pan and grab rails are not supplied with fixings, as the type of fixings required depend on the surfaces they are being fixed to.

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