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WHAT’S NEW?


COMFORT, HYGIENE AND EASE OF USE – ESSENTIALS


IN ACCESSIBLE BATHROOMS The Pressalit Shower Change Table 3000, designed for comfort, hygiene and ease of use in an accessible bathroom environment, is now available in two new colours.


This popular Shower Change Table, which offers a stable and secure platform for showering and changing adults and children with complex needs, is now offered in Sapphire Blue and Graphite Grey.


With the choice of a height adjustable or a fi xed-height version, the Shower Change Table from Pressalit, the leading Scandinavian designer of accessible bathroom solutions, is well-placed for use in private homes, changing places toilets, hospitals, education establishments and institutions.


As with all products in the Pressalit range, its stylish and award-winning design focusses on comfort, hygiene and ease of use. For maximum use of space, it can be folded up against the wall when not being used.


With smooth contact surfaces, eliminating any gathering points for dirt or bacteria, the Shower Change Table is easy to wipe down and clean before and after use.


The table is extremely comfortable and secure for the user, its slightly


SNICKERS WORKWEAR FOR SUMMER – COOLING TECHNOLOGY AND VERIFIABLE


SUSTAINABILITY Everyone wants to be cool, and comfortable at work this summer – and to do their bit for saving the planet. That’s why Snickers Workwear has integrated improved 37.5 fabric technology and ‘Verifi able Sustainability’ into its T-shirts and Polo-shirts.


The new AllroundWork styles are made from highly functional waffl e-structured 37.5 fabric for


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curved form enhanced with an adjustable neck support which can be moved to either end of the table.


The inbuilt design and fl exibility of the table ensures optimal working conditions for the carer. The ergonomically designed safety rails have a practical lower central section, which provides better access and work environment while transferring, showering, drying, changing and dressing the user. The safety rails can be operated with one hand by the carer enabling them to maintain eye contact and physical contact with the user during the whole process.


The water collection tray has an integrated water outlet to prevent


optimal ventilation, cooling and moisture transport to keep you feeling fresh for longer.


With the aim of being at the forefront of sustainability in Workwear, the new lightweight polo and T-shirts are made of 100% recycled polyester with a bio-based, anti-odour fi nish with a smooth texture and effi cient moisture transport for great working comfort.


They’ve all got street-smart body-mapping designs for an amazing fi t, outstanding functionality and long-lasting comfort – all day, every day.


Call: 01484 854788 Email: sales@hultaforsgroup.co.uk


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water from splashing on carers, or the fl oor. The fl exible hose attached to the centre mounted outlet of the tray can be connected wither to an outlet in the fl oor or on the wall.


The height adjustable model is operated with a wired hand control, offering a height adjustment of 700mm. The Shower Change Table 3000 has a maximum load of 200kg.


Pressalit offers a variety of mobile and wall-mounted, height-adjustable and fi xed height shower and changing tables of high quality.


Call: 0844 8806950 Email: uk@pressalit.com


www.pressalit.com


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