Injection moulded with softcell foam, the splash guard is designed to sit inside the front opening of a seat module. The internal shape will catch and redirect liquid whilst the external shape acts as a gentle abductor. It is not fixed to the seat so users are not able to use this as a restraint, or a deterrent against sliding forward (use our Shower Belts for that job).
The ‘SplaShield’ as it’s known, will work on moulded or visco seat modules providing they have the open-front design.
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