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Mirror for disabled people with handle 700 x 500 mm

  • Kod produktu: N08023S
  • Manufacturer: Faneco
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Bathroom mirror for disabled 70x50 cm

  • Material: 304 AISI stainless steel (frame, plate), laminated glass (mirror)
  • Frame finish: Satin
  • Dimensions: Height 700 mm, width 500 mm, depth 75 mm (mirror), height 495 mm, width 50 mm, depth 80 mm (handle)
  • Thickness: 4 mm (glass), 2 mm (plate)
  • Mounting: 2 metal supports
  • Handle elements connection: 2 stainless steel bolts
  • Mirror and handle connection: 8 screws M6
  • Handle fixing to the wall: 4 screws M8
  • Dowels: 4 standard nylon pins
  • Warranty: 2 years

The tilting mirror for disabled people is made of laminated glass and framed in a steel frame with a matte finish. The mirror includes a handle that allows it to be tilted. Intended use: bathrooms and toilets for disabled people.
In order for disabled people to be able to freely use the bathroom and toilet, certain facilities must be introduced there. The shower area should include a shower seat and a shower holder, and if the bathroom has a bathtub, appropriate accessories will include a bathtub holder and a bathtub seat.

Disabled handrails should be installed at the washbasin and at the toilet, thanks to which a disabled person will be able to use the toilet independently. Bathroom handles for disabled people should be made of stainless or carbon steel. We recommend purchasing only handles for disabled people with the National Institute of Hygiene certificate.

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Bathroom mirror for disabled 70x50 cm

  • Material: 304 AISI stainless steel (frame, plate), laminated glass (mirror)
  • Frame finish: Satin
  • Dimensions: Height 700 mm, width 500 mm, depth 75 mm (mirror), height 495 mm, width 50 mm, depth 80 mm (handle)
  • Thickness: 4 mm (glass), 2 mm (plate)
  • Mounting: 2 metal supports
  • Handle elements connection: 2 stainless steel bolts
  • Mirror and handle connection: 8 screws M6
  • Handle fixing to the wall: 4 screws M8
  • Dowels: 4 standard nylon pins
  • Warranty: 2 years

The tilting mirror for disabled people is made of laminated glass and framed in a steel frame with a matte finish. The mirror includes a handle that allows it to be tilted. Intended use: bathrooms and toilets for disabled people.
In order for disabled people to be able to freely use the bathroom and toilet, certain facilities must be introduced there. The shower area should include a shower seat and a shower holder, and if the bathroom has a bathtub, appropriate accessories will include a bathtub holder and a bathtub seat.

Disabled handrails should be installed at the washbasin and at the toilet, thanks to which a disabled person will be able to use the toilet independently. Bathroom handles for disabled people should be made of stainless or carbon steel. We recommend purchasing only handles for disabled people with the National Institute of Hygiene certificate.

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