Sliding screen gives easy access

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

Sanitechnology has added the RolaScreen sliding shower screen to its Sanicare Special Needs range. Made from high-tech polyester foil, Sanicare RolaScreen is said to be easy to install, strong and durable. The RolaScreen slides along neat tracks which hold it securely in position when in use. The shower screens are available up to 1.8m (the standard length of bath) but all are said to provide easy access to the bathtaps for either the able bodied or those people with special needs. When not in use, the screen rolls back into its wallpost housing ­ simultaneously cleaning and drying it, and so preventing mildew spots and water marks. An optional extra is a side panel for non-recessed installations. The Sanicare range also includes what Sanitechnology describes as the only complete boxed, and the ready to install, Doc M Pack which comes with the Vortoplast 2 macerator so special needs facilities can be fitted from the top to the basement of the home. “The Vortoplast 2 ­ with its silent operation ­ can be use

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