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HS-5302N-Y Grab Bar

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14'' 445 x 90 x 80mm
18'' 550 x 90 x 80mm


1.People of all ages suffer from bathroom injuries each year. A safety bar offers support, stability and balance for those with limited mobility or who have trouble standing up. Placing a grab bar in the tub, by the toilet and other transition areas provides the security and safety needed at all times.
2.This safety grab bar is durably crafted using 304 stainless steel construction for long-lasting performance and a clean, sleek look that seamlessly blends in with any decor.
3.In your home, office or public restroom can ease any anxiety about bathroom fall accidents.
4.All grab bars should be securely mounted to wall studs following included instructions.
5.Uses and comes complete with flange-covered mounting hardware for a clean, professional appearance.

Here are four facts to know about bathroom grab bars if you are considering adding them to a shower, tub or toilet area in your home:
1.  Grab bars should be mounted to wall studs, not sheetrock.
Grab bars provide stability for you when using a tub, shower or toilet. A grab bar should be able to support a person weighing up to 250 pounds. The height, weight and ability of users should be considered when choosing products to install.
Generally, grab bars are installed 33-to-36 inches from the shower floor. The height, position and location of the bar can be adjusted for users.
Talk with your contractor about the best options for installation since grab bars can be installed horizontally, vertically or at an angle (consider installing a grab bar at an angle near a shower seat) and must be installed in wall studs.

2.  Grab bars should be located where they can best assist users in preventing slips and falls.
Grab bars help to prevent the user from slipping and also assist the user to move more easily without help from others.
In 2010, the US Department of Justice published the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for the placement of grab bars in showers, tubs and toilet stalls. While these standards aren’t required for private residences, they do provide helpful recommendations about where to locate grab bars that you may want to consider in your remodeling plans:

Tub/Shower Combinations
Grab bars can be installed on the back wall and control wall of the shower stall. The ADA recommends that two bars be installed on the back wall, one 8 to 10 inches from the rim of the tub and the other parallel to it 33 to 36 inches from the base of the tub.

Walk-in Showers
Grab bars should be installed on a side wall, back wall and on a side wall near a shower seat if there is one in the shower stall.

Many of the stylish tubs, such as free-standing tubs, tubs with decks and sunken tubs may not have built-in grab bars but homeowners should consider their comfort and safety when selecting these types of fixtures for their bathrooms. Grab bars can be installed near the rims on each side of the tub or near controls to help users maintain their balance when stepping in or out of the tub.

Two grab bars are recommended for toilet areas, a 42-inch bar along a side wall and a 32-inch bar along the back wall.

3.  Grab bars come in a wide variety of lengths and styles.
Grab bars are available in various lengths ranging from 9-to-42 inches. They also have many different shapes and finishes. Grab bars no longer look institutional and can blend with decor and bathroom fixtures.

4.  Many grab bars meet or exceed ADA standards.
When you shop for grab bars you will note that some are labeled to show that they are compliant with standards set by the ADA. These products comply with or exceed the following specifications:
The grab bar is made of heavy duty 18-gauge brushed satin stainless steel with round snap on covers.
Flanges are fabricated according to the ADA standard for maximum strength and durability.
The diameter of the bar will be 1¼-to-1½ inches in width. The narrower diameter is easier for adults with smaller hands and children to grasp and is recommended for home use.
The space allowance between the bar and the wall is 1½ inches.
The grab bar is capable of supporting 500 lbs. of weight.

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