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6038 Evacuation Chair

6038 Evacuation Chair

Reliance

The Reliance Evacuation Chair features an advanced 'tracked' design, allowing use by one operator, reducing health and safety concerns during use, eliminating delay, and allowing smooth descent of stairs. Any multi-level building cannot afford to be without this essential evacuation device. Product Details : Lightweight and compact Adjustable head pad and patient restraint Impervious to body fluids Easy to clean 5 year warranty Aluminium Alloy Materials. Delivery direct from Manufacturer is 5 days

Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

Code: 686998


Reliance

£453.55 Each (ex. VAT)

£544.26 inc. VAT
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6038 Evacuation Chair

The Reliance Evacuation Chair features an advanced 'tracked' design, allowing use by one operator, reducing health and safety concerns during use, eliminating delay, and allowing smooth descent of stairs. Any multi-level building cannot afford to be without this essential evacuation device. Product Details : Lightweight and compact Adjustable head pad and patient restraint Impervious to body fluids Easy to clean 5 year warranty Aluminium Alloy Materials

Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

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Manufacturer RELIANCE
Manufacturer Code 6038

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