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Baratric ADA toilets are available with a variety of optional Enviro-Glaze® powder coated color finishes, enhancing aesthetics and reducing the stigma of traditional institutional style fixtures. Combine bariatric sinks with BestCare® ligature-resistant faucets, drains and grab bars to reduce ligature points in behavioral healthcare settings.
Constructed of 14 gauge/304 stainless steel, the Bariatric Off-Floor Toilet features a siphon jet and is engineered to withstand up to 1,000 lbs. when combined with an optional Jay R. Smith Mfg. Co.® fixture support.
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For applications requiring ADA compliance and much heavier weight resistance, the Whitehall Bariatric ADA On-Floor Stainless Steel Toilet is constructed from 14 gauge/304 stainless steel and supported by both the floor and the wall.
Featuring an elongated bowl, self-draining flush rim and Big John® hinged toilet seat (up to 1,200 weight limit), the Bariatric Tank Style ADA Toilet can withstand loads up to 5,000 lbs. Perfect for retrofitting applications, the tank allows for ease of installation and maintenance, while floor and wall supports allow bariatric patients to feel safe and comfortable using the toilet.View Product Page
When combined with the proper carrier, Whitehall Bariatric Stainless Steel Sinks support up to 1,000 lbs. and are ideal for applications where bariatric patients and healthcare professionals lean against the sink for support.
Mounted at the appropriate height above the floor, bariatric sinks provide ease of cleaning and maintenance, and comply with ADA requirements.
Bariatric Stainless Steel Sinks are engineered to combine the look and feel of commercial grade designer sinks and countertops with durability and economy in mind.View Product Page
Patient falls, often serious, occur most frequently between the bed and the toilet. To encourage patient self-mobilization, reducing fear of falling is essential. This includes selecting floor coverings, locating handrails, defining rest areas, and selecting appropriate fixtures that can handle bariatric weight capacity.
Not only do Whitehall Bariatric Fixtures protect against hazardous accidents but are also designed with universal design in mind. A universally designed environment accommodates not only bariatric concerns, but also ADA requirements, without the need to reorganize or move other patients. All patients feel welcomed and less stigmatized.