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Axess Trading Pty Ltd

25/69 Acacia Road
Ferntree Gully
Vic 3156
Australia

Tel: 1300 138 086 / +61 03 9753 6999
Fax: 1300 138 865 / +61 03 9753 6799
Office Hours: 8.00am - 4.00pm Mon-Fri

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Contact us we love talking to people. So please phone us or email us with your inquiry. In that way we can help you understand our products better.

We are happy to receive your bill of materials or building plans. It is easier for us, so that we can help you with your accessible washroom projects. Furthermore it can be daunting to understand some of the aspects of the Australian standards .

Cnsequantly we invite you to tap into our experience by letting us clarify the need and the use and installation of some of the mandatory products. For example toilet backrest designs vary. Incidentally sometimes grab rails need to be installed adjacent to the backrest as required by the Australian standards. Accordingly a washroom is designed having a toilet and a shower in the same room . To summarize, it is a challenge to understand the installation requirements for a fold away shower seat.

Contact us we love talking to people. So please phone us or email us with your inquiry. In that way we can help, you understand our products better.

We are happy to receive your bill of materials or building plans. It is easier for us, so that we can help you with your accessible washroom projects. Furthermore, it can be daunting to understand some of the aspects of the Australian standards.

Contact us.

We invite you to tap into our experience by letting us clarify the need and the use and installation of some of the mandatory products. For example, toilet backrest designs vary. Hence in some instances, grab rails need to be adjacent to the backrest as required by the Australian standards. On the other hand, perhaps a washroom design has a toilet and a shower in the same room. In that way, it is a challenge to understand the installation requirements for a foldaway shower seat.

Contact us, when the term ‘ambulant‘ describes a patient who is able to move around and does not need a wheelchair. Whilst this does reduce their need for accessibility equipment within a disabled WC, there is, still a need for supports and other apparatus within the toilet such as ambulant grab rails.

What is an accessible toilet?

People contact us and ask, “What is an accessible toilet”? An accessible toilet design accommodates people with physical disabilities, such as age related limited mobility or inability to walk due to impairments. To that end modifications to Toilets in private homes for example increase accessibility. In addition disabled toilet heights can vary from 440mm up to 500mm, but 450mm is most common height. This is the basis taken from   the average height of an adult, and is low enough so that someone can get on and off without having to bend.

it is a challenge to understand the installation requirements for a fold away shower seat.

Contact us, when the term ‘ambulant‘ is used to describe a patient who is able to move around and is not confined to a bed or wheelchair. Whilst this does reduce their need for accessibility equipment within a disabled WC, there is still a need for certain supports and other apparatus within the toilet such as ambulant grab rails.

What is a accessible toilet.

People contact us and ask “what is an accessible toilet”? An accessible toilet is designed to accommodate people with physical disabilities, such as age related limited mobility or inability to walk due to impairments. … Toilets in private homes can be modified to increase accessibility. In addition disabled toilet heights can vary from 440mm

Contact us we love talking to people. So please phone us or email us with your inquiry. In that way we can help, you understand our products better.

We are happy to receive your bill of materials or building plans. It is easier for us, so that we can help you with your accessible washroom projects. Furthermore, it can be daunting to understand some of the aspects of the Australian standards.

We invite you to tap into our experience by letting us clarify the need and the use and installation of some of the mandatory products. For example, toilet backrest designs vary. In some instances, grab rails need to be adjacent to the backrest as required by the Australian standards. On the other hand, perhaps a washroom design has a toilet and a shower in the same room. In that way, it is a challenge to understand the installation requirements for a foldaway shower seat.

Contact us, when the term ‘ambulant‘ describes a patient who is able to move around and does not need a wheelchair. Whilst this does reduce their need for accessibility equipment within a disabled WC, there is, still a need for supports and other apparatus within the toilet such as ambulant grab rails.

What is an accessible toilet?

People contact us and ask, “What is an accessible toilet”? An accessible toilet design accommodates people with physical disabilities, such as age related limited mobility or inability to walk due to impairments. … .Modifications to Toilets in private homes for example can increases accessibility. In addition disabled toilet heights can vary from 440mm up to 500mm, but 450mm is most common height. This is the basis taken from   the average height of an adult, and is low enough so that someone can get on and off without having to bend.

 up to 500mm, but they’re most commonly installed at 450mm. This is based on the average height of an adult, and is low enough so that someone can get on and off without having to bend.

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Shower grab rails 

Toilet grab rails 

Grab rails