Corner shower grab rails and disabled shower grab rails optimise the ergonomics in a shower environment. Furthermore, disabled shower grab rails primarily serve as fall prevention and bathroom safety equipment. In addition, during the design and layout stages of the bathroom designers and builders alike consider all the aspects of the washroom. For example, in some instances shower seats feature in the design and the positioning of these according to the building code of Australia. Moreover, an easy oversight is the space when installing foldaway shower seats to ensure the fold up position in regards to conflicting grab rails. For this purpose designers architect and builders consider important design aspects such as adding a sliding soap dish or an adjustable sliding shower bracket. These seemingly insignificant aspects help to avoid bigger issues during the fit-off stages.
Builders and architects know how busy building sites are. Therefore, space is an issue for all the different trades to do their work all at once. In addition, it becomes even more daunting for the plumber or carpenter to fit off corner shower grab rails such as an corner shower rail in bathrooms. For that reason, we have designed the connecta® rail. Carpenters and plumbers ensure the positioning prior to installation of the vertical connecta® rail. In addition, errors do occur during design or building stages. And it so happens that mixer taps can be in a conflicting space of the prescribed position of the vertical rails or perhaps the carpenter did not provide adequate blocking in the wall to fix the rail’s in those instances there is no issue in fitting the connecta®rail to the horizontal grab rail.
To that end design aspect around disabled shower grab rails includes hand shower heads , shower hoses , water supply elbows and backflow prevention provisions. Likewise aspects of shower heads in the area of spray pattern, head size and weight especially when filled with water. read more…..
The Connecta® design allows for versatility in handling and fitting the product as well as for cheaper freight costs. In some instances installing a vertical rail is a retrospective decision . However builders and carpenters install these to the horizontal rail after the horizontal grab rail installation. The connecta® rail design allows fittment at any positioning to suit stud fixings in the wall.
|EGS20.10.SCCR||As Shown (Left)||750mm||1000mm|
|EGS20.20.SCCR||As Shown (Left)||1000mm||1000mm|
|EGS20.30.SCCR||As Shown (Left)||750mm||750mm|
|EGS20.40.SCCR||As Shown (Left)||900mm||900mm|
Optional grab rail accessories