Anodized aluminum frame. Blow molded plastic seat with drainage holes.
We offer the widest selection of sliding transfer benches - the most popular bathroom safety products in 2004 - 2012 due to their apparent advantages over the traditional non-sliding transfer benches and shower chairs. The products are not designed to be used in conjunction with shower doors or please measure the space carefully before placing order.
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Questions & Comments (3)
Can you add locking casters to the legs? If not, do you sell a similar product that does have casters as an option? Thanks!
No, the product does not have casters to add. We do not have any products that offer this feature. In fact we are not aware of any such products on the market. It may cause safety issues.
Can this bench be ordered with the handle on the opposite side....?
Yes, the seat back can be installed on the other side of the bench. As a result, the handle becomes on the other side.
I'm wondering how does this fit in the tub. Would the handle be sitatuted toward the opening of the tub or against the shower wall? My mother, who is 81 years old, is having difficulty getting in and out of her tub/shower. She ordinarily takes a shower standing, but I think this might be more comfortable. I'm just concerned about how she'd then get out of the tub. Would I need to install a safety rail?
This transfer bench is for transferring a patient in and out of tub. The handle should be positioned to be against the wall so that the other side is clear for transfer. Two legs are positioned outside the tub so that she can sit on it and move inside. You do not need to install a safety rail.