Seat is fabricated of 3/4" high density polyethlyene (HDPE) resin
Capable of supporting up to 500 lbs when properly mounted
Seat: Fabricated of 3/4” thick, one piece polymers (white) with all leading edges having a radius to prevent injury. Seat is secured to frame with carriage bolts and acorn nuts. Seat is reversible and handing is not required
Tubing: Fabricated of #18 ga stainless steel with #4 satin finish.
Main Frame: 1 1/4” diameter square tubing with capped ends.
Flanges: #18 gauge stainless steel with exposed mounting points. Under slung supports have a 11/4” OD Supports: #18 ga stainless steel 1 1/4” dia diagonal stainless steel support guides for raising and lowering of seat.
Mounting Bracket: #18 gauge stainless steel “hat” style bracket with four (4) mounting points. Bracket acts as a guide for raising and lowering of seat. For maximum support, bracket is mounted resting on floor absorbing load transfer. Seat will remain in an upright position when not in use by means of a spring clip. Seat has been tested to maintain a 500 lb static load.
Overall Size: 32”W x 20 3/4”’D (seating area) 813mm x 514mm
*Wall to floor mounting design provides equal distribution of weight to ensure safe operation.
To comply with ADA Code, seat should be mounted at a height between 17” - 19” above finished floor. Check all state and local codes for building requirements.. Recommend in wall mounting on all shower seats. (BP10) Place seat up against wall making sure the extended part of seat has an offset no more than 1 1/2” away from wall. Transfer mounting points to wall surface and drill pilot holes. Secure seat to surface with proper fasteners for each application. Snugly secure seat to surface and check seat to be level. If seat is level raise and lower seat to check path of travel. Finish securing seat after checking seat for proper operation. When properly mounted seat will support up to 500 lbs and will conform with ADA Code 4.21.3 and 4.26.3, To change handing, remove carriage bolts, switch square length tubing to opposite side and flip deck to change handing and secure with carriage bolts to framing.