Assisted WC (WC HD)

Assisted WCs

Rimless toilet - raised height for ambulant users

HBN and HTM compliant, suitable for healthcare facilities.

The typical requirements for a healthcare WC include

Assisted WCs are suitable for wheelchair and assisted use throughout a hospital or healthcare environment.

HBN 00-10 Part C recommends a pan length of 700 mm for wheelchair and assisted use. Approved Document M and British Standards 8300 recommend a 750 mm long toilet pan for independent wheelchair transfer.

WCs should be rimless, back to wall or wall hung and be tested up to 400kg. Bushboard ready plumbed modules are factory tested up to 400kg, guaranteeing patient safety.

Independent wheelchair and assisted toilets require a backrest for comfort and to aid transfer. The padded backrest should not project more than 50 mm behind the toilet seat hinge to allow the seat to be raised when required.

In a disabled toilet, the toilet seat should contrast visually with the background wall and floor finishes against which it is being viewed. Bushboard offer a standard NHS blue or grey seat.

HBN Code: WC HD

•                 Assisted WCs - Assisted WCs are suitable for wheelchair and assisted use throughout a hospital or healthcare environment.

•                 Easy clean design

•                 Raised height (480mm to seat top) height

•                 Extended 700mm projection pan complaint with HBN/SHTM

•                 Tested up to 400kg

•                 No more than 6L full flush

•                 No seat cover

•                 Contrasting seat

•                 Rimless flushing

•                 Approved Doc M

•                 HBN compliant

•                 HTM compliant

Assisted WC
Assisted WC