To meet ADA and CSA standards for accessible design, the grab bar must be installed horizontally, cannot rotate in fittings, support up to 250 lbs, and have a sizeable gripping surface, diameters of 1.25 to 2 inches, and at least 1.5 inches of space between the wall and grab bar. The company’s grab bars meet each of these standards, the Port Washington, NY-based company notes in a media release.
“We are always looking for ways to improve our existing products. This product upgrade will help show our customers that they can rely on our grab bars to meet their needs.”
— Laura Williams, Product Manager – Bathroom Safety/Commodes
The grab bars offer stability, support and fall prevention while providing a safe and inclusive environment for those with disabilities. The knurled chrome grab bar 32-inch diameter provides a non-slip grip, and the white powder-coated steel grab bar is easy to clean and available in 12, 16, 18 or 24 inches.
For more information, visit Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare.
[Source: Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare]