Model # K-11393-BS

Internet #202548737

KOHLER Transitional 32 in. Concealed Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless
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Discontinued KOHLER

Transitional 32 in. Concealed Grab Bar in Brushed Stainless

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This KOHLER transitional 32 in. grab bar offers a decorative solution compliant with ADA and ANSI standards. It provides safety and support. Along with pleasing design appeal, this grab bar will accent your bath or powder room decor. It's the perfect product to assist you when coming in and exiting the bath or shower. This grab bar is a must have to help you feel secure in your bath or shower.

  • 34-13/16 in. L x 2-3/4 in. W x 2-13/16 in. H
  • Available with traditional or transitional styling
  • Constructed of premium metal for durability and reliability
  • Includes template for easy installation

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to mount it do you drill thru th tile and screw into the studs for a grab bar. How does it mount?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello doe and thank you for your question. The instructions for installing the KOHLER Transitional 32 in. Concealed Grab Bar can be found here: http://www.us.kohler.com/webassets/kpna/catalog/pdf/en/1092954_2.pdf. Page 6 shows how to drill through ceramic tile. * The wall plates on the grab bar must be mounted to a brace between the wall studs. Doing so will ensure that the weight of the user is adequately supported. * Apply silicone sealant into the drilled holes before securing the wall plates to the finished surface. This will reduce the risk of water damage behind the finished surface. * Apply silicone sealant into the drilled holes before securing the grab bar to the finished surface. This will reduce the risk of water damage behind the finished surface. * Apply light, even pressure to avoid cracking the tile. Use a 3/16″ or #12 drill bit to drill through the tile. Do not drill into the bracing. Best wishes on your project.
Answered by: DesigningWoman
Date published: 2015-11-07
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