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Protac SenSit und Protac SenSit Hocker
seat for sensory integration
Areas of Application:
(Information from the provider)
- Motor and mental restlessness
- Perception disorders
- Concentration problems
- Developmental disorders
- Sensory Disorders
- Neurological disorders such as: Huntingtons disease, Parkinsons disease or brain injuries
The Protac SenSit is a tool for sensory stimulation and integration. It can be used as an independent therapy or as a therapy supplement in everyday life.
Features / Components:
Material: The recliner is subdivided into fabric chambers made of Trevira CS (flame-retardant). The shell is made of 100 percent biodegradable polyethylene plates, with the back plate reinforced by welded plastic. The inner bag consists of a filled with polystyrene balls lower part, on which a two-part filled with plastic balls chamber is sewn. Velcro straps are attached to the bottom and back of the inner bag for proper attachment to the shell. The 100% polyester Oxford cover is available in 8 colors or with Trevira CS flame retardant fabrics. Meets the requirements of fire safety standard NT FIRE 037. Filled with EVA plastic balls and polystyrene / polypropylene balls. The 38 mm plastic balls are TÜV-approved.
Cleaning and care: The outer cover and inner bag are machine washable and compatible with disinfectants.
Diameter: 1 m
Total weight: about 21 kg
Sizes: Standard model for persons and children with body sizes under 180 cm or with high back for persons with body sizes over 180 cm
Price (without guarantee):
The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.
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Further Information and Keywords
- classification of perception /
- ergotherapy /
- assistive product to train sensory integraion /
- ISO 04 36 /
- ISO 04 36 03 /
- ISO 04 36 09 /
- perception training /
- sensory integration /
- perception, tactile /
- perceptual discrimination /
update status: 19.09.2019
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