Bariatric Products

Heavy Duty Self-Propelled Wheelchair

Heavy duty self propelled Bariatric wheelchair 1473

This bariatric wheelchair has:

60 cm / 24’’ self-propelling spoke puncture proof rear wheels

20 cm / 8’’ front solid tyre swivel castors

Double cross braces extra strength

Dual axles for hemi-height convertibility

Detachable desk arms. Full arm optional

Detachable swing away footrests with large footplate

Elevating leg rest optional (3340BM30)

Nylon cord seat and back

Optional wipe-clean vinyl upholstery available

Heavy Duty 4 Wheel Walker

Heavy Duty 4 Bariatric Wheel Walker
Model No. 2467

Heavy duty aluminium frame

Locking loop brakes

Comfortable seat

Shopping basket

20 cm / 8” solid wheels

Swivel front castor for manoeuvrability

Folds for storage and transportation

Removable backrest

For more information on this bariatric walker contact us

Bariatric Recliner Chair

Bariatric recliner chair

Main Features:

BLTR action with separate control of Back, Leg, Tilt and Rise functions

Ultima vinyl Crib 5 with waterproof vapour permeable 4 way stretch fabric on all contact surfaces

Removable seat quilt system giving access to the seat foam block

Heavy-duty leg rest 9st 12st 20st

Flat vertical lift if required

Single motor - Dual motor -four and six motor system

Sizing chair range – shown in inches

This picture shows you the Bariatric BLTR with the high extended leg rest when the chair is tilted,

Bariatric BLTR 40 Stone

This picture shows you the Bariatric BLTR with the high extended leg rest when the chair is tilted, 

Users with pressure relief concerns should seek the advice of an Occupational Therapist

Pressure Management

Different seat cushion options have all been extensively tested on these bariatric products, using a pressure mat which contains 120 different pressure sensors over the seating area of a chair. Pressure Mapping is unique to the individual user, the type of cushion and the relative position of the chair. However the mapping can give relative performance and a pressure map when comparing different cushions with the same user.

Please note that users with pressure relief concerns should seek the advice of an Occupational Therapist or Tissue Viability Specialist who can advise on the level of Pressure Relief required.