Overhead Support Frame

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A Frame by Smirthwaite

The A Frame by Smirthwaite is a swing frame that has been designed to handle a large weight capacity. It is designed for use by children with sensory integration disorders, and physical and neurological disabilities. Made from tubular steel and supported by six legs, the A Frame can handle 300 kilograms (661 pounds). This allows two Smirthwaite swings or bolsters to be used at the same time. It is easy to construct and can be used with or without cushioned mats.

C Frame By Smirtwaite

The C Frame by Smirthwaite is a free standing suspension system for use with Smirtwaite’s sensory integration swing products for children with sensory integration disorders, physical and neurological disabilities. The Frame eliminates the need for permanent structural fixings, is easy to transport and assemble and is of modular construction. Made from tubular steel, it will support rigorous activity and can be fixed to the floor if required. The C Frame can be used with or without cushioned mat

Custom Expansion Beam (Model 7005)

The Custom Expansion Beam, model 7005, is an addition to the Custom Support Structure (see separate entry) designed to provide additional eye bolts for suspended equipment. This structure allows you to achieve diagonal, vertical, four corner and 90 degree movement without taking up additional space. DIMENSIONS: Beam is 36 inches. CAPACITY: Working load is 700 pounds. WEIGHT: 55 pounds.

Soothe-A-Matic

The Soothe-A-Matic motorized swing is a swing with an overhead support frame designed for use by children and adults with emotional, cognitive, physical, or neurological disabilities, or autism. The system includes a Sooth-A-Matic Swing Frame, a variable speed motor and controller, and a Cedar Porch Swing (other types of swing are optional). The swing's soothing motorized movement is intended to provide sensory stimulation therapy through swinging, spinning and rocking and to help the user bette

Soothe-A-Matic Xl

The Soothe-A-Matic XL motorized swing is a hammock suspension swing with an overhead support fram designed for use by individuals with emotional, cognitive, or neurological disabilities or autism. The system includes a Soothe-A-Matic XL Swing Frame, a variable speed motor and controller, and a Cedar Porch Swing or hammock swing (other types of swings are optional). The swing's soothing motorized movement is intended to provide sensory stimulation therapy, and to help calm down an anxious child.

Southpaw Custom Support Structure (Model 7000)

The Custom Support Structure, model 7000, is an overhead support frame designed to support suspended equipment when you are not able to install suitable ceiling supports. This is a solid, stable free-standing support structure with three forged eyebolts evenly spaced on the top of beam for use with almost any suspended equipment. The slip fit bolt system is easy to put together and disassemble which makes it convenient for therapists who move frequently. The frame is made of heavy gauge box stee

Southpaw Ez-Up System (Model 0190)

The EZ-Up System, model 0190, is an overhead support frame designed for home use for hanging suspended equipment. The system allows center stabilization for suspending many pieces of equipment. The unit is easily installed for therapy and removed for storage. It comes completely assembled with a strapping system for door frames. OPTIONS: A set of two Replacement Brackets are available for $25.00. DIMENSIONS: Up to 32" wide. GUARANTEE: One full year from date of shipment.

Zipkrooz Assisted

ZipKrooz ™ Assisted is an adapted playground zip line designed to stimulate proprioceptive and vestibular senses for children ages 2 to 12 year of age with limited upper and/or lower body strength. The rotationally molded bucket seat with a lock-in-place harness provides stability and security. The ZipKrooz ™ Assisted offers a 2-way ride along an easy glide trolley. There is a built-in elevation that can be installed on level ground with no embankments needed. OPTIONS: Additional Bay. SIZES

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