An angled stainless steel frame for use in a swimming pool that fits onto a standard handrail. The plinth provides support and positioning for a user during hydrotherapy or swimming sessions. The fabric support surface is firmly laced onto the frame. The plinth can provide respite for those people who find the pressure of water on their chest wall uncomfortable while in the pool. Also available in non-standard size for handrails larger than 119mm in circumference.
Extra product information
PLEASE NOTE: Before ordering this plinth make sure your hand rail is the standard size. This can be done by running a tape measure around the outside of the rail. If the hand rail is 119mm circumference or less, you can order the standard plinth. If the hand rail is larger, please advise the supplier of the measurement and they will order a non-standard plinth for you at no extra charge. Non-standard hand rails are rare but it is better to be aware of this issue. The supplier can organise the return of the plinth for adjustment if you belatedly discover you have ordered the wrong size but the responsibility will be yours re freight costs.
9376M - replacement mat
9376B - safety belt
Contact supplier for details
Contact supplier for details
- Theraquatics - Underwater Plinth - https://www.theraquatics.com.au/browse/details.asp?ProdID=124268
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Underwater Plinth: Rail hung swim support
- Diameter of Rail 38 mm (model also available to suit non-standard rails)
- Width Overall 550 mm
- Length Overall 1150 mm
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