Berkeley Spring Bathing System

Product Summary

  • Thermostatic mixing valve - Provides an anti-scald protection that dispenses 15 gallons per minute for fast tub fill
  • Built-in disinfection system - The most time-efficient solution for disinfection of the bath’s external surfaces and minimizes the risk of cross-infection
  • The built-in disinfection system cabinet is conveniently located on the front of the tub for easy access
  • The lockable cabinet provides a secure place for cleaning supplies and disinfectants
  • Handheld shower wand - Hair and upper body washing can be used at the same time the tub is filling
  • Water temperature display - Monitors tub-fill and shower wand temperatures
  • 3/4" supply lines - Constructed of stainless steel mesh clad
  • Lap and shoulder harness - Used for resident safety
  • Secondary Door Latch - Prevents accidental door opening when in use
  • The CleanDrive Air Spa System - Variable speeds and pulse modes designed to enhance the bathing experience for the resident and caregiver

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Dimensions (Outside) 33" (W) x 60.75" (L) x 43" (H)
Dimensions (Inside) 27" (W) x 49" (L)
Height (Top of Door) 36.5"
Seat Dimensions 26" (W) x 18" (H)
Threshold Height (From Floor) 13"
Transfer Device Access 7" (W) x 44" (H)
Water Supply Inlet ¾" Diameter
Drain Size 1.5"
Water Capacity (Occupied) 52 Gallons
Fill Time 3 Minutes, 28 Seconds
Drain Time 2 Minute, 30 Seconds
Weight Capacity (Resident) 600 lbs.
Weight Capacity (Resident & Water) 730 lbs.
Door Configuration Right Hinge Only
Electrical Supply 115V AC, 60Hz, 15 amp

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