Infection control has never been such an important consideration in the design of a commercial bathroom spaces until now. As awareness into the importance of hygiene in commercial and care settings continues to grow, Caroma has released a new range of Care Support Grab rails with incorporated GermGard® protection. This is a further step towards Caroma’s vision to enable a full infection-controlled bathroom space.
The Care Support range contains a unique antimicrobial NBR rubber seal inside the clam flange which kills 99.9% of bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus (“Staph”) and Escherichia coli (“E. Coli”) which is a common issue for hospitals and aged care facilities. This technology not only helps prevent the spread of nasty germs it makes cleaning even easier.
The Care Support Grab Rail range is constructed from high quality materials suitable for all commercial and health care applications. The rails are completed with a durable brushed stainless-steel finish, ensuring smooth and gentle gripping for added comfort.
Care Support grab rails are manufactured to comply with relevant grab rail requirements for AS1428.1–2009 Access and Mobility and are constructed to withstand 1100N force, meaning they are suitable for accessible or ambulant applications within Commercial buildings, Healthcare and Aged Care facilities looking for improved infection control.
The Care Support Grab Rail range is constructed from high quality materials suitable for all commercial and health care applications. The rails are completed with a durable brushed stainless steel finish, ensuring smooth and gentle gripping for added comfort.
Available in a variety of lengths ranging between 300mm through to 900mm, as well as various angled and continuous options, the diverse range ensures there are options suitable for the specific requirements of any project; and in addition, product quality of the Care Support range is guaranteed by a generous 20 year warranty.
Caroma GermGard® products are an effortless way to help maintain a hygienic and safe environment, particularly in applications where vulnerable people are susceptible to diseases.