A high back chair with a steel frame and height adjustable seat and backrest. The seat, backrest and armrests are covered in a high density pressure redistribution foam. The upholstery is a breathable two way stretch fabric. Designed primarily for hospital use. Available to order in one bariatric size with 350kg load capacity.
Seat height adjustment - 7 height settings
Backrest height adjustment - 3 height settings
Mac Med Healthcare, Australia
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Models / Specifications
Model Bariatric High Back Chair: Only model only
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 350 kg
- Width of Seat 730 mm
- Depth of Seat 500 mm ((adjustable 50mm))
- Height of Fixed Armrest from Seat 170 mm
- Height of Seat 500 mm - 620 mm
- Seat to top of backrest 670 mm - 730 mm
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