Stainless Steel Curved Angle Connector Joint 38mm Diameter Grab Rail Attachment
This curved angle connector joint grab rail attachment has a few purposes. It can be used to connect at the end of a grab rail pipe to help attach it to a wall. This home modification can be used to assist the elderly or people with disabilities, with balance and support, as an aid to assist with transfers or in areas where a slip or fall is considered a high risk.
Another use this Angle Connector Joint Grab Rail Attachment has, is that it can be used to connect two grab rail pipes to create an extended longer grab rail. This Angle Connector Joint can also be welded into a pipe rail to permanently create a right angled grab rail. Grab rails can also be used in Aged care facilities and hospitals to assist those who require them.
Features of this Angle Connector Joint Grab Rail Attachment:
- Connects two pipes to form a longer grab rail
- Grab Rail Attachment
- Stainless Steel Material
- Multiple Uses
- Can be welded to permanently create a right angled grab rail
- attaches onto wall or floor using a flange base plate
Specifications of this Angle Connector Joint Grab Rail Attachment:
- Outer Diameter: 3.7 cm
- Inner Diameter: 3.55 cm
- Net Weight: 70 Grams
- Outer Curved Length: 12 cm
- Inner Curved Length: 6 cms
- Outer Straight Length: 10 cm
- Inner Straight Length: 5.7cm
- Material: Stainless Steel
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Frequently Asked Questions:
1- What are grab rails used for?
Grab rails are used to assist with balance and support, as an aid to assist with transfers or in areas where a slip or fall is considered a high risk.
2-What are right angled grab rails used for?
An angled grab rail enables a user to maintain contact with the rail when moving from a sitting to a standing position. A 45 degree angle rail is commonly used in combination with a horizontal rail alongside a toilet or bathtub to assist in standing.
3-Where do you put grab rails?
Grab rails are usually fitted at doorways, or anywhere considered to be a risk area for falls, and can be placed either inside or outside of the home.
Some locations around the home that you can install grab rails in include:
- In the Shower- Grab rails in the shower can assist you in getting into or out of the shower. they can prevent you from slipping and injuring yourself.
- In the Bath- Grab rails in the bath can help the user get into and out of the bath without falling over. Grab rails can also help the user get up up from the bathtub without hurting themselves.
- Beside the Toilet- Grab rails beside the toilet can aid people that struggle with balance, get down or up from the toilet.
- On the Side of the Stairs- Grab rails on the side of the stairs assist people with assist with balance and support going up and down the stairs. This can also help people become more independent.
4-What height should grab rails be?
Generally, grab bars should be installed at whatever height is most appropriate for their primary user. However, it is recommended that rear grab rails be installed at the height of between 83 and 91 cms above the finished floor of the tub, shower or bathroom. This is a good starting range.