Commode chair with armrests Deporto
on casterswith cutout seatwith footrest

commode chair with armrests
commode chair with armrests
commode chair with armrests
commode chair with armrests
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Characteristics

Components
with armrests, on casters, with cutout seat, with footrest
Patient type
bariatric

Description

The Deporto can be used as both a commode and a transfer chair, making it extremely versatile and with a low seat height of 17" it can be used for a range of different patients. The commode has been designed by Benmor Medical to fit even the largest of bariatric patients with a load capacity of 381kg (60st) and a seat width of 28" or 31". Made with a steel frame, it has four strong braked castors to ensure stability whist in use as well as a removable seat and backrest for easy cleaning. Features 381kg (60st) safe working load 28" or 31" (711mm or 787mm) seat width Adjustable 'pram handles' Strong footplate Padded seat and back 17" (413mm) low seat height Benefits Designed to support the heaviest of patients Wide enough for bariatric patients Ensure carer best positioning when pushing patient To provide support for the patient For extra comfort for the patient Greater ingress and egress for shorter patients Technical Specification Safe Working Load (SWL) - 400kg (60st) Seat Width - 711mm or 787mm (28” or 31”) Seat Height - 413mm (17") Material - Powder Coated Steel • Wheeled frame • Load capacity 400kg (60st) • 31" (787mm) seat width • 17" (431 mm) seat height • Powder coated steel • Padded removable seat • Flip up armrests • Removable foot complete with footplate • Transport footplate that is used to support the patient • Removable seat and backrest for easy cleaning­ infection control compliant

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