Uniloo is a disposable urinal that can be used by either men or women in standing, sitting or lying. It contains an absorbent pad which can assimilate up to 600ml of urine and convert it to an odour retardant solid gel. It can only be purchased in a box with 50 items.
A portable, reusable, urine collection pouch. Suitable for use by men, women and children.
A stainless steel male urinal, with large loop handle. Stands upright or can hang on a hook when not in use. No graduated measurements on its side. Has a one litre capacity and 70mm diameter neck. Autoclavable or boiling water to clean.
A circular urinal bottle holder with a hook for attaching it to the side of a hospital style bed. It is available in stainless steel or nylon coated. One size is available.
A disposable plastic bag to be used as a male urinal. The bag contains an anti odour absorbent pad which turns to gel when moistened with up to 450ml of fluid. The absorbent pad can be flushed, or tied up and thrown out with the general waste. It is not toxic if burnt. The bag fastens with a drawstring.
A polypropylene, opaque urinal designed for female use - standing, sitting or squatting. Wide, angled contoured opening. The mouth has a small lip to reduce splashing and spillage. Closed end handle. Graduations on side to 1000 mls.
A polypropylene urinal with male or additional female spout. The spout incorporates a non return valve which prevents spillage of urine if urinal is over tuned. Available in blue polypropylene and can be sterilised by disinfectant solution or autoclaved. Urinal has a large handle. The spout is locked in by a collar ring and must be removed to empty urinal.
A bedside urinal holder which is sturdily constructed and coated in white nylon with stainless steel fittings. Can be fitted to any hospital type bed. The holder is concealed by bed covers and the urinal is readily available to the person in bed.
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