Easy access bathing in style


Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Sanitechnology has increased its range of equipment with the introduction of the new Sanicare de-luxe walk-in bath from the Sanicare division of Sanitechnology. The bath is described as a high quality solution to easy access bathing, coming with improved hand grips for disabled people, conveniently-sited integral towel rail and an easy-to-use and re-assuring locking system. This new addition to the Sanicare range also has a TMV3 thermostatic blending valve intended to prevent scalding. “The Sanicare walk-in bath has a contoured seat to provide the ultimate in comfort at a convenient height and access is made easy because the new Sanicare model only has a 230mm (9″) step into the bath,” says Sanitechnology. “Other features of the Sanicare walk-in bath are twin pop-up waste outlets for quick drainage (with levers deliberately designed for easy operation) and a low-level slip-resistant surface for the base of the bath for added safety.” Available in five standard colours the Sanicare walk-in bath is said to be s





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