the early 1970's, the Department of Health, in conjunction with leading
manufacturers, introduced the MANUFACTURERS DATA BASE
concept to Health Care Furniture; the concept outlines the basic specification
for construction and dimensional co-ordination.
Maximum use of available storage space,
the bottom shelf starts 100mm above floor level.
Cabinets commence at floor level, so there is no cleaning requirement
under the cabinets.
Site fixing is quicker than for the HTM 63.
finishes can either be laid prior to the installation of the units,
or can be covered up by the front of the plinths.
MDB units are a more economic cabinet.
following pages detail the standard sizes of the various products in the
range. Depths, heights and widths can be varied from the standard to suit
specific project requirements. Wall units are generally mounted 1300mm
[to bottom] above floor level. Front and side filler pieces are available
to cover service voids.
the mouse over the sections on the diagram below to view the details for
the various zones, V to Z (diagram is a simplified side