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    Shower assistance kits for healthcare facilities, from Con-Serv

    Con-Serv Corporation Australia

    In healthcare facilities and the homes of the elderly or disabled safety in the shower is vital, which is why Con-Serv have invested some 20 years into the design and development of an innovative range of showering solutions for those who require extra assistance.

    Standard Hosfab shower assistance kits from GS meet the strength requirements AS 1428.1-2001, and include:

    • grab rail
    • glide slide handset holder for shower support movement 
    • 1.5 metres, or any specified length, of reinforced hose with brass end nuts and a dual check elbow
    • Con-Serv's Hygienic Seal
    • a choice of handpiece from either the Champagne Pulsator, Elegant Pulsator, Hosfab or Princess.
    Premium Hosfab shower assistance kits from GS also meet the strength requirements of AS 1428.1-2001 and include:
    • grab rail
    • 585 mm friction slide track with “C” hook cradle for handheld shower support and movement
    • a glide slide soap dish
    • 1.5 meters, or any specified length, of silverflex reinforced hose with brass end nuts and dual check brass elbow
    • Con-Serv's Hygienic Seal
    • a choice of handpiece from the Champagne Pulsator, Elegant Pulsator, Hosfab or Princess.
    Independent brand shower assistance kits again meet the strength and design requirements of AS 1428.1-2001. All of these shower kits include:
    • grab rail
    • 585 mm friction slide track with “C” hook cradle for handheld shower support and movement
    • PUSH-PULLME shower positioning arm for easy adjustment by adults and children while standing or seated
    • 1.5 metres, or any specified length, reinforced hose with brass end nuts and a brass dual check elbow
    • Con-Serv's Hygienic Seal
    • a choice of Hosfab handpiece.
    To help protect against grime build-up and create a polished appearance, the wall mount covers on all of these shower kits are fitted with Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) Seals.

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