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Bathing device

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4340981.

A bathing device (10) comprises a cabinet having an upper part (11) with an access opening (56) and a seat within the cabinet on which a person can sit, means (59) at least substantially to close the opening (56), means providing an aperture through which the head of the person can project, and a lower casing part (12) containing a reservoir (17) for water, a heating element (30), means (34) to supply water from the reservoir to the heating element (30) to generate steam, means to supply water from the reservoir (17) to the interior of the cabinet to wash a person, a holding tank (18) for used water, and means to collect the used water and deliver it to the holding tank (18).

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