Riser Recliner Chairs By Movements

Rise and Recline chairs offer a dynamic range of movements for relaxation and help ease the effects of specific health conditions to suit your individual comfort requirements and the space available.

 

Single Motor Tilt-in-Space

Great comfort plus good for circulation and pressure relief as the users ankles elevate higher than the hips.

The single motor tilt-in-space rise and recline chair mechanism is ideal for users who cannot reposition themselves. It eliminates shear forces on the users back, provides a seat ‘ramp’ to reduce the tendency to slip forwards in the chair.

Single motor tilt‐in‐space keeps the hip angle exactly the same and pivots the chair back to spread your body weight over a wider space.

The single motor tilt‐in‐space is used to give you the ability to tilt backwards and change your centre of gravity, helping reduce the chance of pressure injuries.

This movement also reduces the chances of you suffering from friction or shear when the chair is moving. A huge benefit for anyone with pressure sores. The single motor tilt‐in‐space can also elevate your ankles whilst maintaining the hip and knee angles. This is ideal for people who have bad circulation or swollen feet.

Single motor tilt‐in‐space is operated through an easy to use handset on the chair. All Rise and Recline chair styles are available in the  single motor tilt‐in‐space movement.

Getting in and out of the chair

Available with the Rise and Recline trademarked Trio Lift (variable angle lift), which means the chair can be adjusted to an angle of 30°, 20° or 10° at anytime through out its lifetime. Which makes it suitable for those with limited mobility, a degenerative condition or who need compatibility with moving and handling aids, such as a hoist to help get in or get out the chair.

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Wall Hugger Single Motor

Designed for smaller spaces, it moves through motions to recline over its own axis

Wallhugger single motor mechanism means the movement takes up less space when you are reclining. Making it ideal for smaller living areas as well as for bedrooms.

Wallhugger riser recliner chairs are used in places where there is limited room, they are single motor and when reclined only have to be 4 inches from the wall making it a very versatile chair.

It still offers a full recline, because the whole wooden frame moves over its own axis. This chair is ideal for small rooms or confined areas where space is limited.

The movement slowly allows you to shift your centre of gravity and weight from the hips to the knees when rising to stand or lowering to a seated position.

Getting in and out of the chair

The chair lifts too a 30° angle to aid getting in and out of the chair

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Standard Dual Motor

This movement offers independent leg rest and back rest functions providing unlimited positions for added comfort.

The standard dual motor Rise and Recline chair offers you greater flexibility in your positioning. This is because the movement can adjust the back rest and the leg rest independently, to the seat itself. This makes it suitable for users who cannot tolerate friction on the elbows and wrists, because the arms of the chair remain fixed with the seat position.

The standard dual motor movement means you can lay close to flat on your chair. This functionality is suitable for users who have skeletal issues, and need regular alterations in position. This is most suitable for users who can reposition themselves.

Getting in and out of the chair

The chair lifts too a 30° angle to aid getting in and out of the chair.

Tilt-in-Space Dual Motor

Suitable for skeletal issues, especially for those unable to adjust themselves, but need regular alterations in position for comfort.

The dual motor tilt-in-space movement is designed to maximise support throughout motion. This is because the two motors in the chair give you more flexibility over your positioning. This makes it especially suitable for skeletal issues and if you need regular alterations in position. Offering a high leg elevation to provide exceptional postural seating options to suit all individuals. This means you can lay close to flat on your chair.

As a result it offers the best combination of movement, because the different mechanisms provide the functionality to suit your comfort and pressure care requirements. As a standard, the hip and knee angle is 85°, however, it provides the option to adjust the backrest to a hip and knee angle that suits your comfort needs. This means that your selected hip and knee angle is retained throughout the movement.

Getting in and out of the chair

Available with the Rise and Recline trademarked Trio Lift (variable angle lift), which means the chair can be adjusted to an angle of 30°, 20° or 10° at anytime through out its lifetime. Which makes it suitable for those with limited mobility, a degenerative condition or who need compatibility with moving and handling aids, such as a hoist to help get in or get out the chair.