Accessible bathrooms made simple with Intatec’s Doc M solution


Intatec’s range of Doc M products is designed to make it easy for anyone with a duty to provide accessible bathrooms to offer a robust and compliant solution.

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Tougher regulation means that demand for accessible and safe bathroom solutions is growing, and Intatec’s industry-leading anti-scald thermostatic protection provides an extra layer of reassurance – ideal for hospitals, care homes, leisure and hospitality or social housing. LABC System Approval Certificates makes Intatec’s offering ideal for public sector organisations after a tried, tested and trusted solution.

Darren Bougourd, Intatec Sales Director, said: “With an ageing population and last year’s introduction of the Disability and Equality Act, organisations should be more than aware than ever of the need to provide safe and accessible hygiene solutions to the vulnerable or disabled.

“We’re committed to providing a good quality, robust products such as our Doc M Shower Pack. This offers a fully integrated and concealed thermostatic sequentially controlled shower and concealed anti-scald flexible shower rail kit with full TMV3 approval. We also have a choice of Low Level or Closed Couple bathroom options to cater for different accessibility needs.”

All shower products in the Doc M range are suited to inlet pressures of 0.2 bar to 5 bar and are capable of installation with unvented, pressurised, gravity or combination boilers therefore not limiting their invaluable application across all lesser-abled washrooms for a variety of sectors.

For further information please visit www.intatec.co.uk or call 01889 272 180

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