Plus Towel Bar

Plus Series Towel Bar mounted to a tiled wall with a hand holding it for support
Plus Series Towel Bar in brushed stainless finish

Plus Towel Bar


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Your towel bar can do more than just hold your towels.

The Plus Series Towel Bar has everything you need, whether you’re looking for an ADA-compliant towel bar or one that complements your existing bathroom fixtures. The sleek and stylish towel bar is designed for hanging bath sheets and has a comfortable handgrip that can support up to 500 lbs. Don’t settle for the status quo; preparation for aging-in-place begins with this staple bathroom accessory.

Product Features

Comfort and Safety

Curved design for a comfortable hand grip that supports over 500lbs.
Plus Series Towel Bar in chrome finish

Easy Installation

The 9-hole flanges on 24” centers makes installation easier. The flange covers hide the mounting screws.
Plus Series Towel Bar closeup of the 9 hole flange

Tech Specs

Specifications subject to change without notice. Product not intended for outdoor use.

Weight Capacity
500lbs / 227kg (ADA Compliant)
Stainless Steel
Brushed, Chrome, Matte Black
Rail Diameter
1.25" / 32mm (ADA Compliant)
Rail Length
27" / 686mm
Wall Clearance
1.50" / 38mm
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Part Numbers
Brushed: PLUS-SHS-BS-1PK
Matte Black: PLUS-SHS-BLK-1PK
Patent Number


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The Plus Towel Bar must be secured to structurally sound walls to support 500lbs weight capacity. If the desired location does not have adequate structure, add wood blocking. We do not recommend installation if the structure behind the wall is unknown, or if the structure behind the wall is not suitable for supporting weight (examples: metal studs, thin fiberglass enclosures with insufficient stiffness and strength, etc). For more information, please download installation instructions.

For installations into 1/2" drywall or 1/8" fiberglass enclosures, we recommend using Easy Mount Anchors (available Fall 2022). The Hollow Wall Anchor distributes the load onto the wall materials to support the forces applied to a grab bar. The weight capacity is lowered to 300lbs based on the strength of the wall materials.

The Plus Towel Bar can be installed anywhere you may find a traditional, non-supportive Towel Bar. The flanges of the Towel Bar are on 24" centers, so it would cover the holes if replacing a traditional, non-supportive 24" towel bar. Keep in mind the following when choosing the optimal install location: 1. your safety requirements & motions, 2. the usability of the accessory, and 3. the overall bath environment.


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