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Picture of SHOWER VEIL TRACKLESS SHOWER DOOR The Shower Veil Trackless Shower Door is a shower door designed for use in roll in showers. The door opens and closes without sliding on a track, enabling wheelchair users to enter the shower without the necessity of getting over the track. Doors have one, two, or four panels made of lightweight, hollow core polycarbonate; the edge trim and hinges are made from high impact PVC thermoplastic. These lightweight doors are mounted to the walls, so no track is needed to carry the weight of the door. The bottom of the door is bent inwards to direct the water back into the shower whether the door is open or closed. OPTIONS: Bathtub doors are also available. DIMENSIONS (HxW): 64 x 23.5 to 60 inches. COLOR: Bronze or clear panels with almond, ebony, or white trim. WARRANTY: One year warranty against defects in materials or workmanship.

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This product record was updated on May 15, 2012.

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Lyons Industries, Inc.

30000 M-62 West
P.O. Box 88
Dowagiac, Michigan 49047
United States
Telephone: 800-458-9036 or 269-782-3404.
Fax: 269-782-5159.

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Accessible Environments, Inc.

PO Box 5073
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188
United States
Telephone: 800-643-5906 or 757-565-3444.
Fax: 757-565-1570 or 804-693-6254.

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