Slide bar grab bar system

The slide bar grab bar system by Moen is a safe solution for commercial showering applications and features a chrome hand shower and a stainless steel grab bar.

10/16/2013


The slide bar grab bar system by Moen is a safe solution for commercial showering applications and features a chrome hand shower and a stainless steel grab bar. Courtesy: Moen CommercialMoen’s slide bar grab bar system provides an environmentally friendly—and safe—solution for commercial showering applications. The system includes a chrome hand shower and a heavy-duty 1½-in.-dia. stainless steel ADA-compliant grab bar. Available options include 24-in. or 36-in. grab bars and a durable stainless steel finish. Three flow rates from 1.5 to 2.5 gallons per minute (gpm) are available with the new system. The hand shower also includes a nonpositive pause function and the system can be mounted with Moen’s SecureMount Anchors, which can hold up to 500 lbs and allow for secure installation at any angle, with no studs required. Moen Posi-Temp and Moentrol valves, containing graphite composite spools, meet the performance requirements of ASSE 1016 for controlling temperature fluctuations when paired with Moen Commercial showerheads and hand showers with flow rates as low as 1.5 gpm.

Moen Commercial 

www.moen.com



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