The popular RAZ AP has now been redesigned to work with the Aquaclean automatic WC.
These pictures show the chair working over the Aquaclean WC in our showroom, which is set at the default seat height of 45cm.
To ensure the chair works with the WC, the commode pan runners need to be removed from the seat base. This is done pre-delivery and is easily achieved - the green runners are unscrewed from the rear seat support hooks and the hooks are re-fixed.
The chair should be adjusted to the correct height to allow the chair to move back over the WC without fouling on the toilet seat. The rear frame bar ensures that the WC extract fan and water heater are activated and allows the WC to be operated from the infrared or wireless hand control.
When the chair is right back, the seat is correctly positioned for the spray and dryer to function correctly.
With the WC seat set at 45cm, the lowest seat height of the AP is 55cm.
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