Manual Tilt in Space Shower Chair/Cradle
Tilt in Space Shower Chair/Cradle with manual tilt and handbrake adjustment. Easy to tilt. Adult, paediatric and infant sizes available.
Offering comfort and safety, the Ridgeway TIS Shower commode is the perfect choice for those clients who need a little extra support when seated. The Tilt in Space Chair is highly adaptable and can be moulded to suit the user’s needs perfectly. The 981 can also be used with a Geberit and other wash dry toilets.
Designed for safety and comfort, our easy- tilt recline mechanism puts both the carer and client at ease throughout their Tilt in Space experience.
The standard chair comes with:
- Full stainless steel frame
- Adjustable headrest & mesh cover
- Adjustable footrest with rubber moulded pad & mesh calf strap
- A choice of 3 seats – flexi, horseshoe or toilet
- Adjustable height 5” braked castors
- Mesh backrest
- 15 year frame warranty – 2 year parts warranty
- 150kg safe working load
- Colour coded size identification strap
All mesh items can be easily removed and laundered to keep your chair clean and comfortable.
- Easy to Tilt
- Adjustable Headrest
- Adult, Paediatric & Infant Sizes
- Supportive Mesh
- Optional Mesh Aperture
- Stainless Steel (Rust Resistant)
Suitable for use with:
- Reduced Muscle Tone
- Involuntary Movement
- Pressure Ulcers
- Stroke Patients
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