A height-adjustable washbasin should be part of a standard Changing Place. When the washbasin is height-adjustable, both seated and standing users can use it. Furthermore, wheelchair users should have access to the washbasin, and there should be room for a wheelchair underneath the washbasin.

Both the ROPOX SlimLine and ROPOX SwingLine are height-adjustable, and both are made specifically for people with disabilities.

SlimLine washbasin 

  • Slim and elegant design
  • Height-adjustable (electric)
  • Mirror and washbasin combined in one unit
  • Integrated grabs for increased safety
  • Smooth and cleaning-friendly surface with rounded corners

SwingLine washbasin (on photo)

  • Perfect for wheelchair users and walking impaired
  • Height-adjustable (manual)
  • Plenty of legroom under the bowl
  • Movable: You can pull the washbowl towards the user, so he or she can wash hands while seated on the toilet