2004 – Premium Pediatric Tilt-in-Space Shower Chair


Premium Pediatric Tilt-in-Space Shower Chair is designed to cradle patients in a reclined position for an enhanced feeling of security and comfort. Tilt-In-Space facilitates relaxation. It was designed to cradle clients in a reclined position with an open front, padded toilet seat. Duralife PVC won’t chip, dent or peel and it is simple to clean.


Features and Benefits

  • Extra large casters make it easy to push and pivot

  • Easy to tilt – simple push-button operation affords three positions to accommodate the needs of individuals

  • Deluxe 5” casters

  • Premium padded toilet seat

  • Dual Swing-Arms

  • Privacy skirt

  • Premium footrest

Custom sizes and designs available
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Fabric Color
UPGRADE - Head Stabilizer






Order total:


Product Code: 2004
Floor to Seat Height (inches w/4″ Casters): 25
Commode Clearance (inches): N/A
Distance Between Arms (inches): 18
Maximum Weight Limit (pounds): 200
Product Dimensions (inches): 48”Hx22”Wx48”L
Product Weight (pounds): 45
Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H) (inches): 43.00 x 26.00 x 56.00
Shipping Weight (pounds): 60.00

Additional Key Dimensions

Outside Width: 23″
Inside Width BTA: 18″
Cradle Width: 16.5″
Seat Depth: 17″
Backrest Height: 27″
Overall Length: 48″


  1. Position the chair near the patient.

  2. Engage the brakes on all four casters.

  3. Push the two lock buttons located at the side of the foot plate and remove for easier transfer.

  4. Seat the patient in the chair and reattach the footplate.

  5. Adjust the chair to the desired angle by pulling the quick release pin located behind the backrest.

  6. Disengage the brakes and move patient to the desired area.

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INSTRUCTIONS (swing arms)

  • Pull the quick release pin from the side you want to transfer from.

  • Lift the arm up and swing out and around the back.

  • Reverse the above directions to replace swing arm before moving patient.


Never leave patient unattended.
Always apply all 4 brakes while transferring.