This patented design provides the ultimate in beauty, convenience, and durability. The Foundations Patented Vertical Full Stainless Steel Diaper Changing Station delivers an exceptionally finished appearance inside and out. The type 304 brushed stainless steel shell opens to reveal a changing bed with a replaceable high gloss, bacterial resistant ABS tray. Designed to meet the challenges of high use, high design facilities. The vertical construction meets the challenges of spaces with tighter wall constraints. Unit is surface mounted for ease of installation. Cushioned safety corners prevent knocks and bumps when open. Pneumatic gas springs provide safe and easy open and close. This beautifully designed changing station is ADA and ANSI compliant when properly installed. All necessary mounting hardware is included. Dimensions 23.5L x 4W x 35.75H inches.
Foundations focuses their product development on high use commercial environments where safety, ease of use, durability, and comfort are paramount. Their products are designed and engineered from the ground up with these applications in mind. They are not simply a consumer grade product that happens to be sold to commercial users. All Foundations products meet mandatory safety standards published by the Consumer Products Safety Commission as well as all voluntary standards published by ASTM. Additionally, Foundations ensures that all their products meet the CPSC CFR 1633 Fire Standard. You can rest assured when you choose a Foundations product that it meets the highest expectations.
The people at Foundations believe
- Children are our most valuable citizens, and therefore, must be cherished.
- The proper development of our children is the solution to society's challenges.
- It is everyone's responsibility to contribute to the well-being and development of our children.
- Children in our care must always be our highest priority.
- The resources needed to chare for children should be accessible to all.
*ASTM: American Society for Testing and Materials
ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act