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System 900 by Hewi

This made-to-measure series by Hewi for private residences, assisted living centres and other public facilities includes cast-mineral sinks with integrated grab handles and side storage compartments, hinged and L-shaped support rails, shower seats and more. Enhancing their versatility, new matte finishes (dark and light grey, white and black) have been added to the existing stainless steel and chrome offerings.

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Profilo Smart

A modular aluminum track forms the basis for Profilo Smart’s customizable system: Installed horizontally or vertically on the wall, the beam can be equipped with support arms for toilets, shower seats, LEDs, power ports, shelving, towel racks and more; a square or rounded cover conceals the rail and hooks. The system is suitable for private residences as well as healthcare, hospitality and other commercial spaces.

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Flara Grab Bar by Moen

Five lengths (from 30.5 to 106.6 centimetres) are available for the Flara grab bar, part of a suite that includes sink and shower fixtures, a tub filler and other accessories. Applied on the horizontal, vertical or at an angle, the clean-lined bars by Moen can bear up to 227 kilograms and come in four metallic finishes.

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Tuck Shower Seat

Newly available to the North American market, Ever Life Design’s portfolio of aging-in-place products includes the Tuck hinged shower seat. Made from durable polyurethane with a steel frame, the seat supports up to 150 kilograms and folds completely flat against the wall when not in use.

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From grab bars to shower seats, these universal design products make washrooms safe and welcoming to all.

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