Human Restraint Polyurethane Bed Torso Restraint Belt
Human Restraint Polyurethane Bed Torso Restraint Belt

Human Restraint Polyurethane Bed Torso Restraint Belt

Brand/Manufacturer: HUMANE RESTRAINT CO.
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Human Restraint Polyurethane Bed Torso Restraint Belt is used to restrain a person while in a bed. This belt provides extra security for staff and patient by reducing thrashing while allowing for patient comfort. This one piece item can be used for the chest, waist, or legs. Adjustable to a variety of sizes from juvenile to adult.

Item #DescPkgPrice 
CBR-101-POLY Non-Locking, Roller Buckle Each $112.96 $92.34
CBL-101-POLY Locking, Lock Buckle Each $139.58 $123.59

Features

  • Human Restraint Polyurethane Bed Torso Restraint Belt may be used with or without wrist and ankle restraints
  • Size:
    - Center webbing: 48"L x 4"W
    - Each side strap: 20"L x 1-1 ⁄4"W
    - Polyurethane straps have 10 size adjustment
  • Polyurethane enhances patient comfort and staffs ease of use
  • Polyurethane material will not stretch and shrink and cleans quickly and easily
  • Also available (separately):
    - Human Restraints Leather Bed Torso Restraint Belt (Code CBL-101)

More Information

  • Instructions:
    - Non-Locking Belt: To use the non-locking belt, lay the restraint over the portion of the body which is to be restrained. If you are using as a chest restraint, lay the restraint over the chest but under the arms. If you are using as a sixth point restraint, lay the restraint above or below the knees. Loop the tail of each polyurethane strap under and around bed frame. Feed the tail through the roller buckle, positioning the tongue of the roller buckle in the appropriate size adjustment for both sides.
    - Locking Belt: To use the locking, position the restraint as in non-locking belt. Loop the tail of each polyurethane strap under and around bed frame. Feed the tail into the lock. Continue by using locking instructions on the back of this page.
    - Note: Do not use for prolonged periods of time.
  • Material used: 
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    Two-ply cotton webbing, welded steel keepers, polyurethane, and 1-1 ⁄4" wide roller buckles or lock buckles.
  • Cleaning and maintaining:
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    For regular cleaning, wipe the polyurethane with a mild soap and warm water. The webbing can be scrubbed with a soft brush and the same solution. When decontaminating bloodborne pathogens, use one cup of bleach to a gallon of water, then rinse and dry.
  • Storage:
    - Store away from heat greater than 280°F or open flame.

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