A fixed height mobile shower commode chair with stainless steel frame. It features a padded aperture seat, swing-away armrests and footrests that can be removed. Available in two models - self propelled and attendant propelled. Can be dismantled without tools for transport.
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Transaqua SP VB526: Self propelled
- Width between Armrests 510 mm
- Height of Seat 426 mm
- Depth of Seat 435 mm
- Width of Seat 510 mm
- Width Overall 765 mm
- Height Overall 970 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 200 kg
- Height of Armrest 185 mm
- Height of Backrest 480 mm
- Height of Seat 523 mm
- Height of Armrest 270 mm
- Weight Overall 21 kg
Model Transaqua AT : Attendant propelled
- Width Overall 0 mm
- Depth of Seat 0 mm
- Height of Backrest 0 mm
- Clearance Under Seat 0 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 0 kg
- Height Overall 0 mm
- Depth Overall 0 mm
- Width of Seat 0 mm
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