The soft pillow back and infinitely adjustable back angles of the Hannah bariatric patient recliner is a smart choice for patient comfort. Designed for the healthcare field, this recliner also has a Trendelenburg tilt feature that allows it to recline negatively 3 degrees if desired or needed during an emergency. Great for senior care homes and other healthcare facilities, this recliner is a cozy choice that accommodates all patients.
The Hannah bariatric recliner is upholstered in fabric and features a carbon steel frame and a 750 lb weight capacity. The spacious high density foam seat sits over a sinuous wire spring suspension and measures 28.5"W by 20"D. The depth when reclined flat is 73" Depth when reclined flat, and the Trendelenburg tilt allows a 3 degree negative recline from the flatbed position. The back release located on the outside of right arm is pneumatically controlled has infinite positions to allow patients to find their ideal level of comfort. The tufted pillow back comes with an additional repositionable pillow to help patients find their ideal resting position. The foot rest is independently operated using a lever on the left side of the chair.
This recliner features four heavy duty ball bearing swivel casters (rear two locking), and a pullout foot tray that keeps delicate toes off the ground while moving. The push bar on the rear of the chair helps healthcare professionals move patients easier and provides a dedicated place to grip.
This item is subject to the manufacturer's warranty. Limited lifetime warranty on seating components. Three year warranty on recliner mechanism.
Please note that this item is not intended for residential use.
Partial assembly required. This product is intended for medical use only.
This High Point product is custom made to order and non-returnable. This product has been Level 2 certified to support better sustainability standards for offices, homes, schools and healthcare facilities. Products that have obtained Level certification have met sustainability standards through a multi-attribute scorecard which takes into account materials, energy and atmosphere, human and ecosystem health, and social responsibility.