ENdynamics Ltd is a leading supplier of quality products and equipment suitable for bariatric care environments, carers and individuals.
ENdynamics bariatric support team operate throughout the UK and aim to provide rapid response and professional support.
24 hour help line Call: 07983 141 676 or 0333 444 1034
Bariatric equipment customisation and personalisation.
We offer a range of bariatric equipment and products guaranteed fit for purpose.
Creative design led, approved FR NHS contract quality fabrics, custom fitted to enhance even the most mundane surfaces.
We can easily incorporate your logos, photographs and designs to make stunning and impressive effects.
This stainless steel toileting shower chair is designed for bariatric heavy duty use.
Suitable for users up to 254kg (40 stone) with a width of 55cm, it is still able to fit through a standard doorway
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The seat and back upholstery is made from polyurethane for comfort, warmth and durability and is easy to clean. The arms and footplate's are detachable and swing away for easier and safer transfers. The swing awy armrests also remove for side transfer.
This shower commode chair is designed to wheel over a standard toilet or Clos-O-Mat or to be used for assisted showering. The seat is reversible and the gap can facilitate personal hygiene with access to the front and back.
Its robust frame is made from high gauge epoxy powder coated stainless steel. It features adjustable handles to ensure that the carer has the best position when pushing the patient. It has 5" braked castors.
Chronically sick or users with a disabling condition qualify for 0% VAT. To purchase at this price we will ask you to complete a VAT exemption form. If you do not complete the form and return it to us we will have to charge the VAT amount.
Free delivery to mainland UK within 7-10 days.
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