Mediclinics offers these products for the purpose of improving the quality of life of people with reduced mobility.
Solutions with several ergonomics and functionalities and with the possibility of having different materials and finishes. Mediclinics offers professionals a wide range of grab bars for toilets to help persons with reduced mobility use the facilities. Within this range, two product lines are available:
State of the art design, high durability and easy to maintain. The process used for bending the grab bars guarantees uniformity in the diameter of its curves. Built using AISI 304 stainless steel with a bright and satin finish. Mediepoxy Series
Solutions manufactured with a corrosion resistant treatment, ideal for very harsh environments, with a low need for maintenance and long durability. The grab bars for toilets are made of steel with an epoxy finish.
Mediclinics grab bars for toilets include a snap flange cover for installation out of sight, offering a perfect visual finish and allowing to be easily blended in with the decoration of the room.
Apart from the grab bars for toilet, Mediclinics provides shower seats made of AISI 304 stainlesssteel, which are robust, safe and suitable for installation in harsh environments.
Modern design meets classical in Osier. A range of elegant taps with a tight, minimalist look. Exactly in line with Danish and Scandinavian design tradition. With its chrome or steel surface, Osier stands out from the crowd and is available with a classic, curved spout or a modern L-shaped spout. All Osier kitchen taps are available with pull-out spouts.
How we created Osier
The designer of Osier is Claus Rosager Nielsen. He is both designer and vice president of research & development at Damixa.
“The idea of giving Osier both a curved and L-shaped spout was to combine classical with modern design. In general, Osier follows the plain and simple lines to create a tight and minimalist feel. But with the option of the classic curved spout, a slightly different feel is achieved on the whole. So it’s up to the customer to choose,” says Claus Rosager Nielsen.