Twyford Bathrooms have added a designer touch and the latest technology to their Doc M sanitaryware packs.
There is now a range of options in the Twyford Bathrooms Doc M offer, all of which include their Rimless technology, which means the WC pan is more hygenic because it has no covered rim, hidden channels, box section or tubes to act as germ traps. They also include the Avalon WC which has a modern, sleek look, quite unlike the traditional, institutional-looking Doc M products.
The packs all now include a cistern which flushes using only 4litres of water and spatula lever handles which the company believe are better suited to those with limited manual dexterity than pushbutton flushes.
There are four packs: Doc M Value which includes Avalon WC, 4 litre cistern, seat ring with stability buffers and strong metal hinges, one hole Sola basin. The Doc M Super pack includes in addition grab rails with concealed fixings and an integral TMV3 thermostatic mixer tap. The Back to Wall Doc M pack has an Avalon Back to Wall WC, concealed 4litre cistern, spacer box and back rest, while Ambulant Back to Wall can be used where there is a larger cubicle in a run of standard toilets.
There’s also a Doc M shower pack which includes a shower rail, two shower curtains, a TMV3 concealed shower valve and a seat.
The whole range has been designed to appeal to a population who, while they may be mobility impaired, have not lost all sense of style or taste. “Doc M products in the past have been very bland, boring and dull,” says Twyford marketing director Anna Burns. “But there’s no reason they should be. Just because someone is disabled or elderly, does not mean that they should be denied a nice-looking product in their bathroom or when using public toilets.”