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Removable grab bar standing for disabled

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Removable grab bar standing for disabled


Standing tilting handrail for disabled people, 60 cm long and 80 cm high, made of polished stainless steel, intended for installation on the floor. This tilting handle is perfect for bathrooms and toilets for disabled people. The handle is certified by the National Institute of Hygiene.

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.

The bathroom equipment for disabled people that we offer in our store has the necessary safety and quality certificates. It is also worth knowing that toilet equipment for disabled people is subject to a lower VAT rate of 8%.

Standing tilting handrail with PZH certificate

See how to design a toilet for disabled people

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Removable grab bar standing for disabled


Standing tilting handrail for disabled people, 60 cm long and 80 cm high, made of polished stainless steel, intended for installation on the floor. This tilting handle is perfect for bathrooms and toilets for disabled people. The handle is certified by the National Institute of Hygiene.

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.

The bathroom equipment for disabled people that we offer in our store has the necessary safety and quality certificates. It is also worth knowing that toilet equipment for disabled people is subject to a lower VAT rate of 8%.

Standing tilting handrail with PZH certificate

See how to design a toilet for disabled people

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