Published 06-05-2021
| Article appears in June 2021 Issue

Hot-water bathrooms to go

05-05-2021

A2B Trailers has launched towable, hot-water bathrooms featuring German-made Stiebel Eltron hot water systems. The units are tucked away in a corner of the company’s “320” Scanvogn trailers, to maximise space. 

The trailers weigh 800kg and have mechanical brakes. They are made from durable, cleaning friendly materials. They also feature electric ventilation throughout and a moulded roof for maximum strength.

Key features include:

  • Wall mounted toilet
  • Waste disposal
  • Handbasin with hand fitting
  • Warm-water shower with effective drainage
  • 2 mirrors
  • Toilet support
  • Aluminium ramp access
  • Extra-wide doors (922mm)
  • Height adjustable chassis with hydraulic pump
  • LED light strip

The heating units are compliant with European accessibility standards, similar to those of Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme.

The trailers would suit councils, hire companies and operators across the manufacturing industry.

For more information, contact A2B Trailers on (02) 4367 0026 or at www.a2btrailers.com.au.

 

 

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