Product Description

Ideal for automobile transfers & situations where space is not an issue.
  • Overall Dimensions: 40" L x 10" W (12" W at ends) x 1.5" thick
  • Weight: 6.5 lbs
  • Seat Diameter: 12"
  • Seat Thickness: 3/8" (seat is not padded)
  • Seat easily circulates a full 360 degrees on the base
  • The board is made of polymers which are patented products of the DuPont company
  • Stress tested to 1100 lbs
  • Country of Origin: United States of America

With a Beasy, "No Lift" transfer, the risk of injuries (to both patient and caregiver) caused by lifting is greatly reduced. No lifting means that soreness and injury to the patient's shoulders and arms are greatly reduced and frequently eliminated. This board has a track guard covering the underside of the track to keep soft cushioning systems from pushing into the track and obstructing the movement of the seat. The track guard is also removable for cleaning.

Specifications

Specifications
Manufacturer Beasy System
GSA Contract Number V797D-40002

Literature 1

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Instructions

The height difference between transfer surfaces should never be in excess of 6 inches or more than a 30 degree angle.

Returns

Please request authorization for return from Customer Service within 30 days of receiving your board. Items must be returned in new, unused condition in their original packaging. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.

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Customer Questions
Does the patient sit on the circle and it moves to the other end of the slide board, so the patient doesn't have to scoot on the board?

Yes, exactly! Additional depictions of transfer scenarios can be seen in the product manual for this item. Please review the 'Literature' section on the item's detail page. This .pdf contains detailed instructions on the item's use.

Can you slide the board under a patient sitting in a wheel to transfer to a bed?

Yes, this board can be used to transfer from a wheelchair to bed.

Can this transfer board be used with a wheelchair which does not have removable arms?

Yes, this transfer board can be used with a wheelchair. One end of the board will lay on the seat of the wheelchair while the other end should be positioned under the person prior to transfer. The person being transferred would then glide across the board on the provided track to the wheelchair. The height difference between transfer surfaces should never be in excess of 6 inches or more than a 30...

Does this board transfer from wheelchair to a van seat easily? I know most transfer boards work better if going down. My van is higher than a wheelchair, so the patient is sliding up instead of down when getting into the van.

For this product, the height difference between transfer surfaces should never be in excess of 6 inches or more than a 30 degree angle. If this is not an issue, then you should be able to use this board with ease as the person being transferred would sit on the seat and glide along the track the seat is positioned in.

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