An adjustable, portable, wooden seat, which fits inside the bath and has adjustable side supports. The side supports have aluminium hinges, which angle to fit the sloping bath sides, and rubber edges to prevent slippage. Four slotted aluminium brackets and two wing nuts on each bracket are used to adjust the seat to fit the bath.
Bath Board Safety & Usage
Ensure the adjustable brackets underneath the bath board are correctly adjusted to the width of the bath and secured in place before use.
Contact Supplier for Details
- HenryCare - . Preview Internal Bath Board Seat (Adjustable) - http://www.henrycare.com/index.php?product=S01*&c=33
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model S01 Internal Bath : Adjustable insert bath seat
- Width of Seat 435 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 127 kg
- Depth of Seat 200 mm
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