Koala Kare Recessed Horizontal Baby Changing Station

£1,210.80 £1,009.00
KB110-SSRE-INB

This Koala Kare horizontal baby changing station (KB110-SSRE-INB) is manufactured from satin stainless steel with grey polyethylene interior.

Its recessed nature means it can be concealed within a wall or recess void, increasing the useable space within a washroom. The smooth concave changing bed comes complete with safety straps, integral liner dispenser, changing-bag hooks and moulded instructions.

This Koala Kare horizontal baby changing station (KB110-SSRE-INB) is manufactured from satin stainless steel with grey polyethylene interior.

Its recessed nature means it can be concealed within a wall or recess void, increasing the useable space within a washroom.

The smooth concave changing bed comes complete with safety straps, integral liner dispenser, changing-bag hooks and moulded instructions.

The gas spring mechanism ensures smooth opening and closing. Comes with a built-in liner cavity (holds 15 liners) and two bag hooks as well as child safety straps.

The beds surface exclusively contains Microban® antimicrobial, that reduces odour causing bacteria.

The Koala Kare brand is part of the leading US washroom company Bobrick.

Features:

  • Constructed with 56% recycled materials
  • Satin-finish stainless steel, high-density grey polyethylene interior.
  • Microban® anti-bacterial built-in during manufacturing, 5-year limited warranty
  • Dimensions: 940 (W) x 585 (H) x 5mm projection (387mm when opened)
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  1. Is it a Requirement to supply Baby Changing Facilities in a Public Washroom? Is it a Requirement to supply Baby Changing Facilities in a Public Washroom? The British Toilet Association states that there should be no less than 1 unisex baby changing facility provided per 10,000 people using the area. 
  1. Is it a Requirement to supply Baby Changing Facilities in a Public Washroom? Is it a Requirement to supply Baby Changing Facilities in a Public Washroom? The British Toilet Association states that there should be no less than 1 unisex baby changing facility provided per 10,000 people using the area.