• Total dimensions: 700 x 724 x 205mm
  • Bar: Ø 32mm, 1.5mm thick
  • Guarantee: 2 years
  • Number of support points: 3
  • Anchors: Wall and floor
  • Flange covers: Ø 80mm
  • Material: AISI 304 stainless steel
  • Continent of origin: Europe
  • Fixings and non-conductive kit are included
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The grab rail is anchored both in the wall and the floor to help users with reduced mobility in accessible sanitary facilities such as restrooms and changing rooms. Given its double support design, this wall-to-floor grab bar is meant to be fixed on the left hand side, for example, of a peninsular toilet. The bars of IFS15204.S are 700mm long and forming an angle of 90 degrees, so the support point is also 700mm high. Stainless steel was used to manufacture this toilet grab bar, as well as its supports and the flange covers that conceal the fixings. The material will be durable, if the maintenance tips below are followed properly (no dust, no acid products, no salt water). 

Applications:Adapted bathrooms for disabled, Adapted toilets for disabled, Bathroom, Bathtub, Changing room, Public Toilet, Shower, Wash basin, WC, WC-Bidet

What do English regulations (Document M) say about grab rails?

We have published a blog post with a Doc M mini-guide to choose the most suitable grab rails for different wheelchair-accessible sanitary facilities and fix them in the right area. You can read it by clicking here.

Regarding contrast, what colour surface is the best for this finish?

Every finish reflects some light, which is measured on a scale from 0 to 100 (called light reflectance value, LRV). The difference between the LRV of two finishes is the contrast.

One grab rail and the wall or floor should have at least 30 points of contrast in accessible sanitary areas inside buildings other than dwellings according to the English regulations (Approved Document M). People with visual impairments and conditions like dementia require that these fittings have this minimum contrast with the surrounding surfaces in case of average light situations.

For instance, in case of a white painted wall (value around 85), a grab rail with a darker finish should be chosen (55 at most), like brushed stainless steel or blue.

The examples below are illustrative.

Illustrative light reflectance values (LRVs)
Yellow, beige60-80
Orange, light blue, light green40-60
Polished stainless steel40-60
Brushed stainless steel40-45
Proper green, blue or red, dark grey10-25
Black, brown5-10

Check the LRVs of the products involved by consulting the technical sheet your manufacturer may have provided you. If they have not, you could do some research on the exact shade of colour (there are dozens of blue, each one with a different value: cobalt, indigo, sky, teal...). Also consider the finish; metal, glass, wood or plastic do not cause the same reflectance. 

How much weight does this grab rail tolerate?

The manufacturer tested that this grab rail supports up to 100Kg.

Bear in mind that this number is related to how properly the fixing to the wall has been made, as well as the sort of wall and the maintenance of all the elements involved. 

We highly encourage you to use the mounting material that is included in the package, follow the installation manual and read the upkeep tips.

What are the pros and cons of each finish?

We have written a blogpost about it. Please, click here.

Guarantee2 Years
ConstructionMaterialsAISI 304 Stainless steel
Packed Weight6.10 kg
FinishesBrushed Stainless Steel
DimensionsProduct Height700 mm
Product Width724 mm
Product Depth205 mm
OtherEN 12182 : 2012
GeneralGeneral NotesHigh resistance to vandalism
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