Standing up from the toilet is an important movement. If standing is becoming difficult, one can try to adapt the seat height. This is achieved using higher bowls (46 or 50 cm) or by using another higher, riskier toilet seat. The bowl is then high enough that one can stand by oneself (and a caregiver does not have to bend), but other problems arise.
Too high is also not good!
A bowl that is too high can lead to difficulty with defecation or insufficient 'urine flow'. Ideally, the bowl height should be variable: higher for standing up and lower for defecation.
Solution: the Aerolet toilet lift offers the perfect support to achieve this movement, irrespective of the users' build. The maximum acceptable weight is 250 Kg (550 lbs). The toilet lift type Bariatric will be delivered with an 'Big John' toilet seat, which is suitable for heavier persons.
Type - Bariatric (BA)
Width with arm supports
Depth (front to back)
Depth with arm supports
Min. toilet seat height
approx. 43 cm
Max. toilet seat rise when 40 / 46 / 50 cm height
approx. 100 / 106 / 110 cm (size I)
Arm supports when 40 / 46 / 50 cm height
63-89 / 69-95 / 73-99 cm
250 Kg (550 lbs)
Length power cable
Stainless steel / High quality steel Epoxy- and cathodic electro coating ABS-PMMA covers