Medical furniture & equipment manufacturer Bristol Maid launches its new catalogue for 2020. The 416-page edition showcases new and improved products that complement the company’s existing ranges including drug & medicine cabinets, popular Caretray trolleys, infusion stands and instrument trolleys manufactured in-house at Bristol Maid’s factory in Blandford Forum, Dorset.
Low chairs, medium and high back armchairs, certified to BS EN 16139: 2013 Level 2. Furniture. Strength, durability & safety. Available in an extensive range of colours with optional housekeeping wheels and a fixed or removable seat pad
Now available as a double column variant, offering a chart area of – 800 x 530mm
Suitable for use with ring binders, case note & lever arch files. Available in two sizes with either an open front or locking door/s
20, 42 & 70 litre models that meet NHS England ‘Managing Healthcare Fire Safety’ (HTM-05-01/03). Available with lids in five colours – white, black, orange, yellow, yellow & black
Variable height single and double bowl models, compatible with 360mm diameter stainless or polythene bowls. Available with indicator caps in five colours – spearmint, blue, green, red and yellow
Two and four hook models with an optional handle to assist manoeuvrability and improve patient safety. Available with indicator caps in five colours – spearmint, blue, green, red and yellow
A new range of patient chairs has been released, designed specifically for use at either the bedside or where users may be sat for extended periods. The new chairs use high quality components and feature fire retardant foam (BS 5852: Part 2: 1982), fire retardant and antimicrobial vinyl. All chairs are certified to BS EN 16139: 2013 Level 2. Furniture. Strength, durability & safety. Requirements for non-domestic seating, and have a maximum capacity of 160kg.
The Alderbury range is available as either a low back chair or medium and high back armchairs. The ergonomic design ensures correct sit & posture, whilst handgrips assist positioning from standing and seated positions. Frames are constructed from solid beech, (PEFC accredited) with mortice and tenon joints; and are finished in an anti-bacterial varnish. Seat and back cushions are contoured, whilst a hygiene gap prevents the trapping of dirt and bacteria, providing access for cleaning. The seat section is fixed on low back chairs, and either fixed or removable on medium and high back armchairs. The removable seat section assists cleaning (smooth vinyl upholstered underside) and is also reversible, providing additional clearance (seat depth) at the front of the chair. Plastic guides are fitted to chair legs as standard, whilst optional housekeeping wheels can be fitted to medium and high back armchairs. The Alderbury range is available in an extensive selection of colours.
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