Toilet selector from Clos-o-Mat simplifies specification

Specification of, and architectural drawings for, away-from-home accessible toilets is simplified with a new facility.

RIBA Product Selector now includes a comprehensive product information resource for toilets in school hygiene rooms, and their Changing Places counterpart for buildings to which the public have access, via Clos-o-Mat’s new listing.

The UK’s leading disabled toileting solutions provider, for in and out of the home, Clos-o-Mat is the only British company to be able to supply, install, commission and subsequently maintain the complete raft of equipment desired and/or required under latest Building Regulations Approved Document M 2013, Department of Education Building Bulletins, British Standards and British law.

From the company’s entries, all equipment required for a compliant assisted, accessible personal care suite can be ‘drag and dropped’, ensuring the specification is completely accurate.

“Specification is an essential part of the design process. A badly written specification can cause major problems for every member of the project team, and can cost the client a great deal of money. A well written specification can enhance project delivery and save money,” explains Robin Tuffley, Clos-o-Mat marketing manager.

“We are increasingly recognised as the experts in the provision of assisted wheelchair-accessible toilet facilities, so are best positioned to provide all the technical detailing, CAD drawing etc to incorporate into a project. With the new facility, those details can be quickly and easily inserted into plans as required.”

The RIBA Product Selector facility compliments Clos-o-Mat’s comprehensive range of support for inclusive personal care in and out of home, including white papers available for download on its website www.clos-o-mat.com, and a complete project management service. The company has a proven track record on the supply of fully accessible toilets, including scores of hygiene rooms already installed across the country.