A wooden chair platform with width and depth adjustments. The platform consists of four rectangular boxes set in a rectangular frame with nuts and bolts. The width and depth of the platform can be adjusted by loosening and tightening the nuts & bolts. Each of the four boxes has a raised edge of about 150mm around the outer edge, forming an edge around the base of the chair when placed on the platform. Available in four heights.
Ensure the nuts & bolts are tightly secured before placing chair on platform, the chair should be positioned securely against the edge.
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- Active Mobility - Chair Platform - http://activemr.com.au/products/389/169/seating-furniture/general-seating/chair-platform-detail
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Models / Specifications
Model Chair Platform: Wooden platorm to raise the height of a chair
- Height Overall 80.0, 100.0, 120.0, or 150.0 mm
- Length Overall 625 mm
- Width Overall 590 mm
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