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Sertain® S4100EW Bariatric ITU and HDU Chair


The Sertain® S4100EW is simply one of the most versatile batriatric recovery, ITU and HDU chairs available, and offers significant benefits over basic bariatric recliners - easier to move laden or unladen, easier to clean and more versatile with arms and wings that fold away.  An easily configurable seat width on one chassis, and a high safe working load has made this the bariatric clinical care chair that underpins the UK's bariatric seating market.
  • 350KG (55 St.) SWL
  • Configurable seat width from 70cm - 90cm ( 28" - 36")
  • Full length pressure care, with air cells in the backrest and liquid gel high risk seat cushion
  • Drop down arms and wings aid easier sling fitting, patient access and cleaning 
  • Fully removable mattress for deep cleaning, with no inaccessible recesses
  • Long service life, due to easily replaceable covers and cushions
  • 5 year frame warranty and 3 year Linak electrical warranty
  • 100% layflat positioning
  • Available for hire - call 08000 191 246
Application / Setting
Very popular as a bariatric rental chair, with most of the UK's leading bariatric rental companies including this on their fleet. Used within ITU, HDU, diabetic wards, vascular wards, surgical recovery wards
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