Patient Transfer Board (PTB) Double Hand Hold

The Patient Transfer Board (P.T.B.) is used to transfer the recumbent client from bed to barouche, barouche to bed etc. PTB is 4.5mm thick therefore quite flexible, making it ideal for small gap transfers with minor differences in height. Not suitable for wide gap transfers. Slide across width of board only. S.W.L 150 Kilos

Patient Transfer Board (PTB) Double Hand Hold
Constructed from a lightweight smooth resilient material. P.T.B. is radiolucent. Hygienic: P.T.B. is easily cleaned by wiping over with a mild detergent or a non-alcohol based disinfectant. Two hand holes for carers use. Rounded edges and radius corners providing a smooth transfer for both client and carers. Underside features grip sections ensuring secure usage of P.T.B. P.T.B. is easily stored by hanging up using hole provided at top.
Prod No; 14133S - PATIENT TRANSFER BOARD (P.T.B.) 1180mm x 580mm x 4.5mm Prod No; 14133M - PATIENT TRANSFER BOARD (P.T.B.) 1500mm x 580mm x 4.5mm Prod No; 14133L - PATIENT TRANSFER BOARD (P.T.B.) 1800mm x 580mm x 4.5mm

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