• Dimensions: 765 (H) x 457 (W) x 242* (D) mm [*tapering 25mm at the bottom]
  • Guarantee: 15 years against silver spoilage
  • Mirror thickness: 6mm
  • Frame: 19x19mm
  • Materials: silvered glass mirror, mirror plastic strips, polyethylene mirror back padding, vertical-grain brushed 304 stainless steel welded frame, welded stainless steel piano-hinge, galvanised steel back plate, two steel self-locking brackets
  • Recycled metals: 60-75%
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B-294 vanity mirror comes with self-locking brackets that secure the unit when tilted forward in order to improve visibility especially of wheelchair users. Therefore, this tilting bathroom mirror is suitable for accessible washrooms, healthcare areas and nursing homes. Its brushed finish fits perfectly facilities with a contemporary décor. For an added peace of mind, the glass mirror is reinforced by a highly corrosion resistant welded frame and a shock-absorbing thick padding, as well as covered against silver spoilage during 15 years. 

Technical description

The size of Bobrick B-294 available in stock is 46cm wide x 76cm high, with 22cm of top separation from the wall. However, on special orders, different sizes can be manufactured, starting with 30 x 46cm, like 61 x 91cm or 91 x 61cm.

The 6mm silvered glass mirror has polished edges with plastic filler strips. A polyethylene padding protects its back. The 19x19mm stainless steel unibody frame is holded tightly against the mirror by an also elegant bevelled design on front. At the same time, fastened to the frame with concealed fixings, there is a galvanised back with a piano-hinge at the bottom and, riveted, two heavy-gauge plated-steel folding support brackets that lock the unit in upright or forward tilt position.

Such a tilting bathroom mirror is designed to be vertically mounted. Please, note that the eight screws needed for wall mounting are not included in the package. To provide a proper maintenance, follow the instructions below (avoid abrasive solutions).

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Applications:Adapted toilets for disabled, Healthcare, Public Toilet, Wash basin

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What does Document M say about mirrors in accessible toilets?

Approved Document M gathers several recommendations on mirror placement in accessible toilets, shower rooms and changing facilities at commercial buildings.

As you can see on diagrams 18, 20 and 24, the mirror can be:

  • above the washbasin when this facility is independent,
  • in front of the basin at accessible washrooms or
  • next to the basin in a shower room incorporating a toilet.

The mirror is generally under 600mm wide and at least fitted 600mm from the floor surface.

Mirror in accessible toilet - Document M

Mirror in accessible sanitary facilities - Document M

Mirror in accessible shower room with toilet - Document M

Regarding self-contained changing rooms for individual use explained in diagram 22, the mirror is in the wall opposite the tip-up seat.

Mirror in self-contained changing room for individual use - Document M

Rights and accuracy disclaimer:

This FAQ contains information and diagrams included in Document M according to its Open Government License v3.0. Nonetheless, there could be mistakes in our interpretation and summary, so please consult the source text and professionals.

Guarantee NotesAgainst silver spoilage
ConstructionMaterialsSilvered glass mirror, mirror plastic strips, polyethylene mirror back padding, vertical-grain brushed 304 stainless steel welded frame, galvanised steel back plate
Packed Weight7.8 kg
FinishesBrushed Stainless Steel
DimensionsProduct Height765 mm
Product Width457 mm
Product Depth242 (-25 at the bottom) mm
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