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Surface Mounted Baby Changing Table 9012 | Buy Online

Modern styling and easy- to-clean surface is constructed of 100% high density polyethylene. Sturdy child protection has 250 lb. load capacity, concave changing surface, and safety strap. Easy opening-closing pneumatic mechanism has oversized hinge and safety stop system.

Sealed components and absence of "pinch points" promote safe operation. The built-in dispenser for towels or sanitary liners, hooks for diaper bag and purse, plus multi-lingual instructions add friendliness and convenience.

Surface mounted only.
4" deep when closed.
Closed: 22 1⁄4" H x 35 7⁄8" W x 3 7⁄8" D  (570 mm H x 920 mm W x 100 mm D)
Open: 22 1⁄4" H x 35 7⁄8" W x 20 3⁄8" D (570 mm H x 920 mm W x 520 mm D)

Complies with Handicapped Accessibility codes

   
 

Recessed Stainless Steel Baby Changing Table 9013

ADA compliant unit features welded stainless steel construction for long and reliable use. Exposed surfaces are No. 4 satin finish. Easy to open and close with one hand, assisted by a pull handle and concealed damped gas spring. The changing surface is high impact resistant plastic with a gloss finish for easy cleaning; and it's shaped to cradle a child's body, which together with a two-part adjustable safety strap, and 400 lbs. load capacity, assures child protection. Built-in bed liner and towel dispensers, plus multi-lingual instructions and bag hooks add convenience.

9013-9 Similar to 9013, but with stainless steel collar for surface mounting.

Wall Opening: 34 1⁄4" W x 22 3⁄4" H x 3 3⁄4" D (870 x 580 x 95 mm)
Open: 33 1/2 " W x 25 1⁄2 H x 17 3⁄4" D (860 mm W x 650 mm H x 450 mm D)
Suggested Mounting Height: 32" (815 mm) from top edge of table when open.

Complies with Handicapped Accessibility codes.

   
   
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