The key to designing inclusive, accessible bathrooms

Bobrick's grab bars for commercial and public washrooms come in a choice of five curated packs for quick and easy Doc M compliance

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Getting the details right: Bobrick offers grab bars in five configurations as well as guidance on individual projects.
Getting the details right: Bobrick offers grab bars in five configurations as well as guidance on individual projects.

Manufacturer Bobrick has put together a series of Doc M-compliant packs for unisex and ambulant washroom installations. The packs each feature a selection of durable and stylish grab bars in straight, swing-up and padded back rest designs and can be ordered under a single convenient number. Bobrick can also tailor product recommendations for specific projects and offer individual guidance around designing fully compliant washrooms.

Bobrick is a manufacturer of high quality, durable stainless-steel washroom accessories that contribute to the design of attractive, functional commercial and public washrooms.

  • Bobrick 125-Swing-Up grab bar.
    Bobrick 125-Swing-Up grab bar.
  • Bobrick 600mm Straight Grab Bar.
    Bobrick 600mm Straight Grab Bar.
  • Bobrick Grab Rail with Padded Back Bar.
    Bobrick Grab Rail with Padded Back Bar.
  • Bobrick 125-Swing-Up grab bar.
    Bobrick 125-Swing-Up grab bar.
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For more information and technical support, visit bobrick.co.uk/bobrickexpert

Bobrick also offers a complete line of additional accessories, from toilet tissue dispensers to waste bins. To learn more, visit bobrick.co.uk

 

Contact:

020 8366 1771

info@bobrick.co.uk


 

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