Explore Our FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner Shower
The FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner Shower is the perfect bathing solution. We understand that mobility challenges arise for a variety of reasons. These can make daily activities (like hygiene upkeep) difficult to perform. However, we believe that everyone deserves a refreshing shower when and where they choose. This shower solution easily accommodates a caregiver and a patient in a reclining wheelchair or a gurney. With the FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner, showers are an enjoyable experience for everyone!
The FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner
How the FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner Works
The FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner shower stall is 44 inches wide by 75 inches deep and stands 36 inches tall. With this portable shower unit, the patient can be easily rolled into the shower stall in a reclined shower/commode-style wheelchair (or gurney).
Once the patient is inside the shower stall, a front support bar is lowered. This action creates the fourth side of the portable shower pan. This pan consists of a double-layer of reinforced vinyl and it collects the wastewater from the shower. You can also pull around a front shower curtain to completely enclose the shower stall. This will ensure full water containment inside the portable shower unit.
How do you get water into the FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner portable shower? That’s easy! The water source for this shower unit can be any standard sink faucet. You can even use a solar-heated water bag.
The R3000 Recliner is also specially designed to keep the portable shower pan free from a buildup of wastewater. Our FAWSsit™ custom water pump can pull up to 4 gallons of water from the shower pan. The drain hose leads from the pump and it goes directly to the sink drain. In the case of hazardous materials containment, the wastewater drain hose can go directly into a containment unit. For additional information and tips on using and maintaining the R3000 FAWSsit™ portable shower stall, please see the Operations and Maintenance manual.
Using the additional drainage nozzle system
supplied with the R3000 Recliner Shower
To ease the process of cleaning the R3000, an additionalconnected suction nozzle is provided to help with residual water clean up.
The FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner is mainly intended for residential use by people with severe disabilities and who cannot or do not want to remodel. This portable shower stall folds flat to only about 15 inches in depth. This makes it easy to store and transport the R3000 Recliner. Furthermore, the FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner is also relatively lightweight (approximately 44 pounds), so you can take it along on trips.
Showering Drain Nozzle removes waste water during shower.
Additional Clean Up Drainage Nozzle can be used to remove residual water during clean up.
To enable secondary (clean up) nozzle, you must first switch the valve on the pump from primary to secondary nozzle. Pump is providing suction only to one nozzle at a time.
Rotating Valve switches between shower drainage nozzle and clean up drainage nozzle
Proceed to clean up any residual/standing water from the front of the collection pan toward the back with a sweeping motion of the nozzle. After cleaning, make sure to return the switch back to the primanr nozzle position to be ready for the next showering.
Easy Storage and Transport
FAWSsit™ R3000 Recliner Specifications
The specifications of the R3000 Recliner include:
- Off-white plastic germicide-embedded privacy shower curtain
- Flexible rubber faucet attachments
- Double-layer vinyl portable shower pan
- Custom-designed diaphragm wet/dry water pump
- 36 inches tall
36 inches wide
80 inches deep
on/off control and variable spray
Custom made pump capsule for removing up to 3 gallons of water per minute
All metal frame with a full 5-year warranty
Double layer of reinforced vinyl with embedded foam wedge to direct water to back of pan
Folds flat for easy storage and transport
Our 3D printed blue drainage nozzle allows you to hand “vacuum” up any remaining water after use.
An additional connected suction nozzle is provided to help with residual water clean up toward the front of the shower.