- The bidet is placed in the shower without any additional works
- It is used for washing intimate body parts after a bowel movement
- While showering, it is used as a chair – particularly suitable for the elderly and infirm
- Does not take up space in the washroom like a classical bidet
- Can be transported – little weight (3 kg)
- Can be used by infirm persons – the caregiver places the bidet by the bed, adds 2 – 3 litres of water to the pan where the infirm person may perform a bowel movement.
- Is suitable for use for persons who have had hip surgery, as the bidet has telescopic legs
- Hospitals and care homes have washrooms with flat tile floors where this bidet could be very useful
In some containers, a squatting toilet has been installed to minimize the space used. However, the elderly and infirm cannot use a squatting toilet.
By placing the bidet over the squatting toilet, the elderly and infirm can use it as a:
- showering chair
Industrial property: D20200019