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Ropox to exhibit at 2023 OT Show

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the ropox mobile showerchanging bed is height adjustablea woman sitting in a wheelchair is stirring a saucepan the hob is height adjustable with space below to allow her to sit close the kitchen units are pale blue with wooden worktops she has long blonde hair and is wearing a white topthe height adjustable ropox bathtub

Ropox will be showcasing its extensive product range on stand C51 at The OT Show.

“We are delighted to once again be attending The OT Show and this year we will have more products on show and working demonstrations than ever before,” commented Mark Sadler. “OTs play a vital role in our business as they are often involved in projects that include the installation of our accessible bathroom and kitchen equipment, so to be able to engage with so many over a two-day period, demonstrate our products and build new relationships is great for us as a business.”

The unique ergonomic design of the height adjustable SwingLine wash Basin from Ropox ensures, it will fit in even the smallest of rooms. The 180 swing allows people with reduced mobility to position the wash basin in front of the toilet, so they can wash their hands, while seated as opposed to having to move across the room to reach a basin. There is also plenty of room under the basin for a wheelchair, making it ideal for wheelchair users from both a safety and hygiene perspective.

The SwingLine Wash Basin is available with or without manual height adjustment and depending on the model, the range of adjustment is 150mm for models without a dock-in and 20cm for models with the dock-in. This allows the user or their carer to set the height at the optimum level. The rotation and swing of the basin is not affected by which model is installed.

As with all Ropox equipment, the Swing Wash Basin has been designed to look equally at home in a domestic or care setting, while still meeting the needs of the individual and their carer.

The height adjustable QuickWash basin comes forward from the wall, meaning the user does not have to bend or reach from their wheelchair, which can cause a negative effect on their posture.Requiring no electrics, the QuickWash is easy to install and when in the initial up position, the 500mm wide basin’s projection off the wall is 530mm and 630mm when lowered.For wheelchair users, the basin can be lowered from its fixed point by 140mm and out from the wall by 100mm, making it the ideal solution as they often have difficulty reaching a standard basin.

If a shower is not suitable, the height adjustable Ropox Bathtub is the ideal solution. The height can be adjusted from 61cm to 91cm using an electrical control, which enables the user to be comfortably transferred from the bath to a changing bench. This also reduces the need for manual handling. Available in three sizes; 1600mm, 1700mm and 1800mm, the Bathtub is suitable for children and adults and all models have a depth of 400mm. With an RRP of under £5000, the Bathtub could be the perfect budget-friendly alternative to your current bath supplier.

The Ropox mobile shower/changing bed is height adjustable and has been designed to make changing safe and comfortable for the user and their carer.The smooth electric height adjustment enables the carer to obtain the best possible working condition, while the flexible slats ensure the user is comfortable at all times.There are two version available; a folding nursing bench which has a 700mm height adjustment or a moveable bench which has a 400mm height adjustment.

Cleaning the mobile shower/changing bed is very easy as the unit is fully moulded and has a minimum number of dirt traps. To save space, the wall mounted version can be folded up against the wall when not in use.

For visitors that are looking for accessible kitchen equipment Ropox will be exhibiting its height adjustable rise and fall kitchen work tops which have been designed to make the kitchen environment as accessible as possible for people with reduced mobility and wheelchair users. The electric version enables the user to change the height of the worktop to meet their specific needs at the touch of a button and this allows wheelchair users to use the kitchen independently.

The adjustable worktops from Ropox are also available with a manual mechanism and can be designed for use as a straight or corners unit depending on the design of the kitchen and available space. Complimenting the work tops will be examples from the range of height adjustable tabletops and cabinets.

Completing the list of products on show this year is the Vision Tables that are an ideal adjustable table solution for wheelchair users. Designed to be extremely versatile, the Vision Tables incorporate a comprehensive choice of worktop sizes and models, all of which are adjustable to ensure they meet the needs of the user regardless of their age, height or level of mobility.

With a table tilt of up to 74, items such as books and papers are easily accessible to the user while the integrated MagRule magnet which can be placed anywhere on the table guarantees that whatever the user is working on remains in place even when the table has been fully tilted.

To ensure they can be used by children or adults with different seating heights, the Vision Tables feature a manual or electric height adjustment while the stylish ergonomic design ensures they look equally at home in a domestic, education or work environment. For increased comfort, the Vision Tables also have removable arm supports.

For more information on the full range of accessible kitchen and bathroom equipment and Vision Tables available from Ropox or to book an assessment e-mail or or visit

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