If you're looking for a new way to transfer a person from a bed to a chair, consider the Etac Turner PRO as a strong, lightweight, viable option for your facility. This new sit-to-stand aid can quickly and easily transfer anyone from a bed or chair to another seating option such as a wheelchair. Its unique design allows a person to hold the top handle and place their knees on the pads provided. The knee pads are soft and indented, which won't hurt the person as they stand, and places the person in the proper standing position for transferring. Good posture will reduce the risk of injury for both parties as well. The wheels allow the operator to efficiently glide the Turner across a facility without having to worry about lifting or otherwise carrying the Turner where it's needed. The rotation-type function assures a quick transfer from one place to the other. The orange, dual-handle gives both the user and patient the opportunity to hold a bar individually without physically touching. The TurnerPro is also lightweight, weighing approximately 16.5 pounds.
Etac Turner PRO Features and Benefits
- Padded, Indented Knee Pads for Added Safety During Transfer
- Wheels Offer Easier Transport Across Different Floor Types
- Quickly and Easily Rises a Patient to a Standing Position
- Great for Transferring from Bed to Chair
- Swivel Bottom Assures Quick Transfer of the Patient
- Dual Handle Bar Offers Room for Both Parties
- Lightweight for Easier Carrying if Needed
- Bright-Colored Handle for Easy Viewing
Manuals and Documents
- Product Manual contains user instructions for safe patient transfers.
Etac Turner Pro Review Video (0:46 minutes)
- Additional Information
- Lower Leg Height5.9 Inch
- Lower Leg Width15 Inch
- Handle Height30 to 49 Inch
- Seat-to-Floor HeightStandard: 21.5 - 23.5 Inches
- Weight16.5 lbs.
- Weight Capacity440 lbs.
- Product Number16090106
- MaterialCast Aluminum, Powder Coated Steel, Chrome 3
- Base PlateSwivel
- FunctionSit to Stand
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