Category: Accessible Kitchen Components

Fox Cabrail System

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The Fox CabRail System is composed of adjustable cabinet units for kitchens, offices, bedrooms, and other applications requiring adaptable and accessible cabinetry. Available units include office desks and computer stands, file cabinets, oven units, stovetop cooking units, night stands and vanities, countertops, stackable drawer units, closet systems, and bathroom sink and vanity units. The units are designed to make efficient use of space while still making the cabinet contents accessible. For example, a closet system by CabRail allows clothings to be stored on hangers higher than the normal reach of a wheelchair user, but the hanger rod lowers by means of an attached pull lever to allow the owner to select articles. With a push upwards on the hanger rod, the clothing is raised to its storage position. Each lower cabinet/sink unit adjusts in 1-inch increments for a surface height of 28 to 36 inches. INSTALLATION: The cabinet units attach to a support rail by means of brackets. The support rail is the only component of the system to be permanently attached to the wall. The unit can be height adjusted by raising or lowering the bracket, and the cabinets can accompany the owner to a different home or office should he or she move. FINISHES: The cabinetry is available in melamines and laminates in various colors. These finishes are durable and cleanable. Wood finishes are also available. DIMENSIONS: Units are available in pre-cut measurements and in custom dimensions.


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Larry G. Fox Group Inc.
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Fax: 402-453-6207
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Home Management, Architectural Elements