The Royal EZ provides caregivers with a practical solution to a mealtime problem. When attached to any standard dining chair, the Royal EZ enables a caregiver to gently move a seated person to and from a table easily and safely.
What is it?
The Royal EZ system includes casters mounted onto a suspended leverage bar, which is fastened to the front legs of the chair. Casters are also fastened to the rear legs of the chair using friction fit.
How does it work?
By depressing the foot pedal, the suspended casters come in contact with the floor, lifting the front legs of the chair ever so slightly from the floor. With the foot pedal depressed, the caregiver, can move the chair easily forwards and backwards. When the foot pedal is released, the front legs of the chair are lowered, the casters are suspended, and the is chair is once again firmly positioned on the floor.
Why is this important?
Because moving a person in a chair equipped with Royal EZ is so effortless, there’s no need to push, twist, or shove a seated person to the table. By reducing the amount effort and force required by a caregiver, we can also reduce their risk of injury. This means your staff stay in top health and your facility experiences fewer disability claims.
The Royal EZ is designed for assisted living and residential applications. The Royal EZ is rated for 250 lbs and is readily fitted to virtually any wood or metal dining chair.