The T4000 Tall FAWSsit™ shower stall is designed for any individual who wishes to have a completely portable shower stall. It is designed for use by both able-bodied and disabled individuals who can either stand in a shower stall or who can shower while seated in a standard wheelchair. The T4000 FAWSsit™ is the perfect solution for individuals who may have a cabin, or who may simply want to have an additional shower available for use in their homes. It can even be used while doing bathroom remodeling! Contractors can appreciate the benefits this would bring to homeowners while re-modeling is underway.
IT IS THE PERFECT BATHING SOLUTION FOR EMERGENCIES TOO! As hurricanes and the other disasters of recent years have taught us, we need to have better facilities for maintaining hygiene for massive numbers of individuals. Even sports stadiums cannot provide for adequate bathing facilities when serving as emergency housing facilities. And, with the threats of chemical and biological contamination, communities need to be set up to address the hazardous materials decontamination needs of tens, hundreds, or even thousands of individuals. And, as the military more fully integrates both males and females in field operations, privacy and the quick set up of showering facilities is becoming ever more critical. THIS IS WHERE THE T4000 FAWSsit™ IS THE BEST!
The size of the T4000 is approximately 36” wide by 36” deep and stands a full 6 feet tall. All showers are individually manufactured and size may vary slightly. With this unit, the person to be bathed can either step into the shower stall or be rolled into the shower stall in a standard style shower/commode or regular wheelchair. A front shower curtain may be brought around to ensure water containment all the way around inside the unit and can give complete privacy.
The source of water for the T4000 shower unit can be any standard sink faucet or even a solar-heated water bag. In stadiums or large emergency housing locations, multiple T4000’s can be lined up and simply attached to restroom sinks. A pump which pulls the wastewater from the drain pan has a drain hose which can go straight to sink drain, or in the case of hazardous materials containment, the wastewater hose can go directly into a containment unit. For additional information and tips on using and maintaining the T4000 Tall FAWSsit™ portable shower, see Operations and Maintenance.
While the T4000 can be used in any home when re-modeling is either in progress or simply too expensive, it is critically beneficial for emergency housing and field use. Because it can be ordered with either standard vinyl curtains or with special HazMat decontamination weight curtains, and it folds flat to less than 8 inches when not in use, it is easy to store and transport, but can be set up for whatever use is preferred or planned.