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Shower stool with U-shaped opening Bisk PRO rectangle white

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Certified hygienic bathroom stool for disabled or elder

  • Material: aluminum + plastic
  • Dimensions: height - regulated from 360 mm to 530 mm, width - 485 mm, depth - 330 mm
  • Color: white
  • Stable and light
  • Anti-skid
  • Maximum weight: 150 kg (tested to 225 kg)
  • PZH Certificate
  • TÜV Rheinland Certificate
  • 5 years warranty

 


The wide and comfortable, hygienic Bisk PRO shower stool for the disabled is a product that facilitates everyday use of the bathroom, significantly influencing the comfort of people with disabilities. limited mobility and problems with using the bathroom independently. Made of corrosion-resistant aluminum and durable white plastic, this seat for shower cabins is comfortable and, thanks to the wide spacing of the legs, stable. The extraordinary lightness and multi-stage, easy height adjustment of this product make it extremely universal and can be used even in small toilets, constituting an important bathroom accessory for the elderly and children, which does not require drilling holes in the walls for installation. A special "U"-shaped cutout allows for thorough washing of intimate parts of the body without the need to get up and risk falling, and the PZH hygiene certificate and a two-year warranty ensure that this specialized element of Bisk PRO bathroom equipment will meet all the needs of toilet users and will be an investment. , which will increase the comfort of people using the shower for many years.

Advantages of the Bisk PRO shower stool with an indentation that facilitates intimate hygiene

  • Lightweight design
  • Comfortable seat, allowing you to wash yourself without having to get up
  • PZH certificate
  • Adjustable height
  • Multi-year warranty
  • Protection against slipping of the feet

What interior design elements are necessary in a bathroom adapted for people with limited mobility?

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. If the sanitary room is equipped with a bathtub, appropriate accessories will be a bathtub handle and a bathtub seat. Handrails for disabled people should be installed next to the sink and toilet, thanks to which a person with mobility problems will be able to pull themselves up and use the toilet on their own.

The Bisk company offers comprehensive solutions in the field of accessories for toilets for disabled people

The Polish manufacturer of toilet equipment elements, operating since 1982, has in its portfolio a wide range of products intended for people with mobility limitations, making it easier to move around and use the bathroom. Professional, PZH-certified handles, handrails and seats belong to class I medical devices and are designed and manufactured with the greatest possible comfort of use, universality and versatility in mind. Thanks to this, Bisk products are perfect for both public toilets for disabled people and ordinary home bathrooms requiring the installation of facilities for people who need help using the toilet, washbasin or shower.

The bathroom equipment for disabled people that we offer in our store has the necessary safety and quality certificates. Importantly, these accessories, which are medical products, are subject to a lower VAT rate of 8%.
PZH Certificate

Parameters

Certified hygienic bathroom stool for disabled or elder

  • Material: aluminum + plastic
  • Dimensions: height - regulated from 360 mm to 530 mm, width - 485 mm, depth - 330 mm
  • Color: white
  • Stable and light
  • Anti-skid
  • Maximum weight: 150 kg (tested to 225 kg)
  • PZH Certificate
  • TÜV Rheinland Certificate
  • 5 years warranty

 


The wide and comfortable, hygienic Bisk PRO shower stool for the disabled is a product that facilitates everyday use of the bathroom, significantly influencing the comfort of people with disabilities. limited mobility and problems with using the bathroom independently. Made of corrosion-resistant aluminum and durable white plastic, this seat for shower cabins is comfortable and, thanks to the wide spacing of the legs, stable. The extraordinary lightness and multi-stage, easy height adjustment of this product make it extremely universal and can be used even in small toilets, constituting an important bathroom accessory for the elderly and children, which does not require drilling holes in the walls for installation. A special "U"-shaped cutout allows for thorough washing of intimate parts of the body without the need to get up and risk falling, and the PZH hygiene certificate and a two-year warranty ensure that this specialized element of Bisk PRO bathroom equipment will meet all the needs of toilet users and will be an investment. , which will increase the comfort of people using the shower for many years.

Advantages of the Bisk PRO shower stool with an indentation that facilitates intimate hygiene

  • Lightweight design
  • Comfortable seat, allowing you to wash yourself without having to get up
  • PZH certificate
  • Adjustable height
  • Multi-year warranty
  • Protection against slipping of the feet

What interior design elements are necessary in a bathroom adapted for people with limited mobility?

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. If the sanitary room is equipped with a bathtub, appropriate accessories will be a bathtub handle and a bathtub seat. Handrails for disabled people should be installed next to the sink and toilet, thanks to which a person with mobility problems will be able to pull themselves up and use the toilet on their own.

The Bisk company offers comprehensive solutions in the field of accessories for toilets for disabled people

The Polish manufacturer of toilet equipment elements, operating since 1982, has in its portfolio a wide range of products intended for people with mobility limitations, making it easier to move around and use the bathroom. Professional, PZH-certified handles, handrails and seats belong to class I medical devices and are designed and manufactured with the greatest possible comfort of use, universality and versatility in mind. Thanks to this, Bisk products are perfect for both public toilets for disabled people and ordinary home bathrooms requiring the installation of facilities for people who need help using the toilet, washbasin or shower.

The bathroom equipment for disabled people that we offer in our store has the necessary safety and quality certificates. Importantly, these accessories, which are medical products, are subject to a lower VAT rate of 8%.
PZH Certificate
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