This section includes a range of miscellaneous products that may help to make a kitchen more accessible. Products include: lifting platforms for heavy kitchen equipment; bins with automatic opening lids; electric power points that can be set into a worktop and shallow sinks.
A shallow sink may enable users to sit at the sink in a wheelchair, the sink requires less depth so there is more room for the user's legs. Ensure that thermal insulation is placed under the sink and around the hot water pipe so these will not burn the user's legs if they touch1.
Electric sockets can be difficult to reach when they're on a wall at the back of a worktop, especially if you're sitting down at the worktop. Worktop mounted sockets may be easier to reach.View references and sources of further information ›
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