For our assisted living, hospitality, and church chairs, we offer an innovative option called cold cured foam for seat cushions.

Cold cured foam contains strategically placed air pockets throughout the cushion to provide outstanding long-term comfort and performance. This type of cushion is typically available on only fixed theatre seats and car seats. Now, we bring them to your guests.

Here are 5 reasons cold cured foam makes our chairs more comfortable: Read More 5 reasons cold cured foam makes our chairs more comfortable

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In 2013, ComforTek’s Royal EZ won Medtrade’s Innovative HME Retail Product Award. ComforTek President Randy Schellenberg, in speaking of the RoyalEZ, said:

“It addresses a very real issue—how to accommodate mobility challenged people—while providing respect and dignity. Medtrade attendees will like the ease of application and price point.”

What is the Royal EZ?

The Royal EZ system includes casters mounted onto a suspended leverage bar. The leverage bar is fastened to the front legs of the chair. Casters are also fastened to the rear legs of the chair (friction fit).

By depressing the foot pedal, the suspended casters come in contact with the floor, thereby lifting the front legs of the chair ever so slightly from the floor. With the foot pedal depressed by the caregiver, the chair can now be moved forwards and backwards. When the foot pedal is released, the front legs of the chair are lowered, the casters are suspended, and the chair is once again firmly positioned on the floor.

Here are 6 reasons you should use the Royal EZ: Read More 6 reasons the Royal EZ won the Innovative HME Retail Product Award

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Our Royal EZ transforms chairs in any assisted living facility to enable caregivers to move a seated person up to and away from a table easily and safely.

The Royal EZ system includes casters mounted onto a suspended leverage bar. The leverage bar is fastened to the front legs of the chair. Casters are also fastened to the rear legs of the chair (friction fit).

By depressing the foot pedal, the suspended casters come in contact with the floor, thereby lifting the front legs of the chair ever so slightly from the floor. With the foot pedal depressed by the caregiver, the chair can now be moved forwards and backwards. When the foot pedal is released, the front legs of the chair are lowered, the casters are suspended, and the chair is once again firmly positioned on the floor.

Watch it in action: Read More The Royal EZ can match the decor of any assisted living facility

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