HealthCraft Invisia Soap Dish Features
- Discreet wall stems with concealed screws
- Easy to clean removable soap dish, highlighted by an elegant circular support rail that provides just the right amount of assistance
- circular grab bar supports up to 500lbs + tray holds soap
- Durable, non-porous solid surface tray is removable for easy cleaning
- Exceeds ADA 4.26.3 structural strength requirements for grab bars and fasteners (250lbs)
- Shatterproof surfaces that resist the growth of mold and bacteria
- Made from rust resistant, #304 stainless steel
- Elegant design with integrated support
- Solid construction and mounting
- Suitable for use in a wet environment
- Multi-Contact wall support:
- Two-point contact with the wall structure
- Three-point wall connection provides maximum structural supportÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â
- Four-point of contact with the structural support
- ADA compliant rail diameter:
- ADA compliant wall clearance:
- Weight: 5lb
- Weight capacity: 500lb
- Instruction Manual
- Note: - Product must be anchored to structural walls only
Installation Instruction of Invisia Soap Dish
- Back off set screws from rail sockets.
- Allow wall stems to freely move in and out of rail sockets.
- Peel off label on back of wall stems to expose sticker.
- With wall stems inside rail sockets, push the rail against the wall. Ensure level.
- Firmly press the rail so stickers on back of wall stems contact wall.
- Remove rail carefully so wall stems stay on the wall.
- Using wall stems as locating guides, mark the tile with center punch.
- Drill pilot holes for fasteners.
- Fasten the wall stems to the wall using appropriate fasteners and waterproofing.
- Place rail back onto the fastened wall stems.
- Secure rail to wall stems by tightening set screws.
- Inspect hardware regularly, and tighten if required.
Limited lifetime warranty
Products are covered by a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for the original purchaser. Warranty excludes products that have been damaged through misuse, accidental damage, alteration, normal wear and tear, wood material and stain, or the use of corrosive or abrasive cleaning products.