The Doherty 3 Section Bariatric Plinth is suitable for larger users and provides support and comfort during patient examinations. The innovative design includes four large castors and a central brake system for extra stability and can be height adjusted. Available in five colours.
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£3535.30 £2946.08 ex VAT
About the Doherty 3 Section Bariatric Plinth
The Doherty 3 Section Bariatric Plinth is essential for those that require a larger surface area and more weight bearing capability. The plinth is robust and stable and specifically designed to provide maximum support to the larger user.
The plinth is built to comfortably withstand weight up to a maximum of 320 kgs (50 stone) making it particularly suitable for Physiotherapy applications. Each plinth is split into three sections that allows both the back and legs to be supported in numerous positions. The plinth is fitted with four large castors and a central brake system for easy movement and safety.
Adjustments to the plinth are easy as a central electronic system can be controlled by one handy remote. Therefore, allowing for any required adjustments to the foot and backrest sections for better support while in certain position. The precision engineered plinth can also been electronically adjusted to the most suitable heigh to prevent the caregiver from bending or stretching to uncomfortable extremes and helps reducing the risk of injury.
Once set up the plinth is straightforward to maintain, as it is made from easy to clean material and has an inbuilt paper roll holder to aid in the upkeep of high hygiene standards.
Available in five colour options to ensure a stylish fit in any room.
- Three individual sections
- Electronically adjusted height
- Breathing hole
- Dual sided
- Available in five colour options
For more information please read the product specification.
Doherty 3 Section Bariatric Plinth Specification
|1960 mm (77")
|800 mm (31")
|490 mm to 980 mm (19" to 39")
|Maximum user weight
|320 kg (50 stone)
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