Rotating Transfer Disk 360º
Rotating Transfer Disk 360 degrees.
Impaired mobility or hip problems
The disks facilitate transfer of people when they are standing or sitting for transferring patients in the car, bed or wheelchair.
Strong and light with rotation in both directions. Very useful to help transfer from bed, chair, sofa, car, etc …
Diameter: 40 cm.
Weight 1 Kg.
Maximum weight 150 kg.
The turntable helps the person to get in and out of the car and leaving your chair or bed. Very useful for people with disabilities in their mobility or hip problems.
This durable and economical disk rotation facilitates people standing for transfers in bed, car or wheelchair.
The ideal for transfers, rotary disc rotates 360 degrees so easy.
360 ° Rotating Disc Features:
Rotating disk transfers. With its use of ankle joints and knees not torqued, making it easier to maintain the stability of the patient.
- The disks spin facilitate transfer of people when they are standing or sitting for transferring patients in the car, bed or wheelchair.
- The use of transfer disk enables caregivers greater mobility when performing movements in tight spaces
Turning discs come in various sizes and may be flexible or solid. They consist of two circular discs that rotate against each other.
The inner surfaces are made of lowfriction material, while the outer surfaces are typically made of high-friction material.
Turning discs are often used with transfer boards or transfer belts.
Flexible turning discs conform to the contours of a surface and are most useful for pivoting seated patients, for example, when transferring patients into vehicles.
The inner surfaces are typically low friction plastic or another synthetic material.
The top is often made of quilted or padded fabric for comfort.
Solid turning discs are more durable and are used for pivoting patients who are weight bearing and can stand.
Solid turning discs are usually made of wood or moulded plastic and may contain bearings.
Patients who are weight bearing and can balance standing may be guided to a standing position and swiveled around without having to adjust their feet. Patients must have the strength to stand or this procedure will require the caregiver to exert excessive force in an awkward posture.
Use transfer belts with handles to pivot patients standing on flexible or solid turning discs. Use turning discs only for patients who can rise to their feet independently.
Patients who are unable to independently rise to a standing position require a sit/stand lift.