Toilet frames or toilet frames and toilet supports or toilet brackets help you to go to the bathroom safely.
These aids support you when you visit the toilet. A toilet frame is slid under the toilet while a toilet bar is often hung on the wall.
Why choose toilet frames and toilet rails?
Most accidents happen at the toilet. Installing extra safety such as a toilet frame or toilet bracket is therefore not a bad idea. For wheelchair patients, a toilet bar makes a handy support for the transfer from the wheelchair to the toilet. Additional support reduces the risk of falling and the risk of falling. This gives back independence again and increases self-confidence and confidence in the smallest room. These aids also reduce the fear of falling, because standing up again can be very exhausting.
Choose between a toilet bar or toilet frame?
A toilet rail is attached to the wall behind and a toilet frame is completely separate. So if you prefer not to drill, choose a toilet frame. We offer toilet brackets and toilet frames in foldable models. In this way you can store these neatly when you do not want to use them, for example when people come over, or when people urinate.
What types of toilet brackets are there?
1. Fixed toilet bracket or toilet bracket on suction cup?
Toilet brackets are usually firmly attached to the wall with screws. For people who prefer not to drill, we have a special toilet bracket on a suction cup.
Of course it is always possible to install a wall bracket in a small toilet.
2. Foldable toilet rail or fixed support?
Most toilet bars are foldable so that you can easily click them up. This simplifies, among other things, cleaning the toilet. We also recommend installing folding toilet bars on wheelchair patients. This short transfer can therefore be carried out much more safely. A fixed support can of course also be placed. For some, this feels safer.
3. Toilet handle with or without support leg?
Toilet brackets with floor support can generally handle a greater load. For obese people we therefore recommend to go for these models. For each product the maximum load is stated, keep this in mind during the purchase.
What types of toilet frames are there?
1. Foldable toilet frame or fixed toilet frame?
There are folding toilet frames that are easier to store. These are also easy to take with you or to transport to another place. We recommend fixed toilet frames for obese people because they can usually handle a greater load.
2. Toilet frame with toilet seat or toilet seat or without?
Toilet frames with a toilet seat or toilet seat combine a toilet frame and a toilet seat. This is a handy combination since you can adjust the seat to the correct height at any time.
3. Toilet frame with integrated toilet booster and bucket?
A toilet frame with a seat and bucket can be categorized under the name toilet seat. This is often purchased when the transfer to the toilet becomes too difficult. This seat can be placed where this is desired.
See here the range of toilet frames and toilet rails. If you have any questions, you can of course always contact us by telephone or e-mail. We are happy to help you choose the right tool.