BS 4751:2005 - Mobile sanitary chairs – BSI British Standards

BS 4751:2005

Mobile sanitary chairs

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : March 2005

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BS 4751:2005 specifies design and performance requirements and gives test methods for mobile sanitary chairs.

It also gives requirements for user information and labelling. It is applicable to mobile sanitary chairs for use by children and adults, including sanitary chairs that are intended to be used also as shower chairs, of both the type propelled by the user and the type propelled by an attendant. This British Standard does not apply to commode chairs.




Standard NumberBS 4751:2005
TitleMobile sanitary chairs
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date22 March 2005
Confirm Date01 May 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 6440, BS 6937, BS EN 1021-2, BS 5504-1, BS EN ISO 14971, BS EN 12184, BS EN 33, BS EN 1021-1, BS EN 12182:1999, EN 34, BS 1254:1981, BS ISO 7176-1:1999, BS ISO 7176-3:2003, BS ISO 7176-8:1998
Informative References(Provided for Information)BS 8300:2001, BS EN 997:2003, BS 5504-2:1977, EN 38:1992
ReplacesBS 4751:1984
Draft Superseded By04/30080998 DC
DescriptorsMobile, Brakes, Static loading, Performance testing, Stability, Sanitary appliances (patient), Marking, Showers, Dimensions, Medical equipment, Wheelchairs, Chairs, Instructions for use, Endurance testing, Strength of materials, Mechanical testing, Design, Sanitary chairs, Wheels
ICS11.140
Title in FrenchSieges garde-robe mobiles
Title in GermanTransportable Toilettenstuehle
CommitteeCH/173/1
ISBN0 580 45503 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size237 KB
Price£130.00


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