Bathroom compliance made easy

Manufacturer Bobrick has put together a series of Doc M-compliant packs featuring grab bar designs for commercial and public washrooms

In association with
Bobrick offers five curated grab bar packs for washrooms as well as tailored recommendations.
Bobrick offers five curated grab bar packs for washrooms as well as tailored recommendations.

Satisfy Doc M requirements quickly with Bobrick’s new Doc M Grab Bar Packs for bathroom installations. The packs are optimised for both unisex and ambulant washrooms and feature selections of stylish and durable straight, swing-up and padded grab bars. All Doc M accessories needed are provided under a single convenient number. 

Choose from five curated packs for your next compliant washroom or get tailored product recommendations. Authorised Bobrick representatives are on hand to offer compliance guidance.

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 grab bar with padded back rail.
    Bobrick grab bar with padded back rail.
  • Bobrick 125-Swing-up grab bar.
    Bobrick 125-Swing-up grab bar.
  • Bobrick straight grab bar.
    Bobrick straight grab 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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