Product description supplied by Primacare


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The Adelphi from Primacare is a sister model of the successful Florence and Cabaret designs and uses the same frame with the same controls.

However, the Adelphi back style uses soft cushioning and Conventional wings to give postural support, sometimes with optional extras such as soft lateral support cushions. The Adelphi is available with manual or electric controls of the 3 main operations; leg rest, tilt and back angle. Any bespoke size for the Adelphi chair is also available.

Main features:

  • Independent tilt in space
  • Adjustable back angle
  • Adjustable seat depth
  • Adjustable seat width
  • Adjustable arm height
  • Adjustable and removable footplate
  • Telescopic extending leg rest
  • Removable arms for side transfer
  • Removable seat cushion
  • 3-fibre-filled waterfall back cushions which are removable and repositionable
  • Ultima vinyl Crib 5 with vapour permeable fabric on all contact surfaces
  • Medium risk visco foam on all contact surfaces
  • Manual and electric control options

Sizing chair range:

  • Seat height to footplate: 16″-21″
  • Seat width: 16″-22″
  • Seat depth: 18″-22″
  • Arm height: 7″-12″
  • Back height: 33″
  • Back angle: Recline 30″
  • Tilt in space: 30″
  • Overall width: 27″ (minimum)
  • Weight capacity: 25 stone

To find out more, contact info@primacare.co.uk or call 01685 845900

To learn more about the product, visit the company’s website: www.primacare.co.uk


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