Toilet Seat Lifter | Power Tilt Lifts Users | 325 lbs wt cap
Toilet Seat Lifter power tilt lifts users who weigh up to 325 pounds! The TILT® Toilet Incline Lift is the perfect toileting aid that offers both dignified and independent bathroom use.
Experience both comfort and safety when using this patented toilet lift, which combines the functionality of a heavy duty commode and a lift chair into one easy-to-use solution that lifts to your natural body movement. The TILT is equipped with a push button control allowing you or your caregiver to easily operate with the push of a button.
- Easy Installation:
This lightweight unit, weighing just 34 pounds, can be installed in as little as 15 minutes.
- Hand Grips:
Handles feature non-slip covers, allowing you to maintain a secure grip while the seat raises and lowers.
- Compatible with Multiple Toilet Bowls:
Available in round and elongated styles and fits bowl heights ranging from 14" to 21".
- Fits a Variety of Users:
Accommodates individuals ranging in height from 5'2" to 6'4" and supports up to 325 pounds.
- Increased Stability:
The unit attaches directly to the bowl and allows you to move 7½” forward, which positions your shoulders over your feet for optimal balance and positioning. Additionally, arms remain at an ideal positioning angle, which keeps elbows slightly bent to maximize ideal strength in order to exit the seat.
- Easy Cleaning:
Assembly is protected by a plastic shield, which can easily be removed for cleaning.
- Easy Transfers:
The low angle of the unit allows for easier lateral transfers from mobility devices, transport chairs, etc. In the down position, the arms are lower than the seat for slide board transfers.
- Made in the USA and carries a two-year warranty.
- Standard Seat
- Elongated Seat
How do you know if the toilet seat is round or elongated? Measure the distance from the bolt that secures the lid and seat to the toilet, to the front of the toilet. Most commonly round bowls are 16.5” and elongated are 18.5”.
- Motor: 120VAC 60Hz
- Cycle Time: Approx. 15-20 seconds to lift/lower
- Weight Capacity: 325 lbs
- Dimensions: 24”W x 18”H x 24”D (Approx.)
- Weight: 34 lbs
- Electrical: 10' Power Cord
- Frame Material / Finish: Powder Coated Steel
- Warranty: 2-year
NOTE: Weights and dimensions are approximate and subject to change.
For additional specs and dimensions see “Documents”
TILT® Toilet Incline Lift DocumentsTILT Brochure WEB
TILT Instructions 11 29 16
TILT Technical Specifications
Are there Medicare or Medicaid codes for the Toilet Seat Lifter? Medicaid code E0172 recognizes the need for patients whom therapeutic modalities and products such as raised toilet seats or toilet safety rails have failed to enable the patient to transfer from a chair to a standing position.
Will this product work with a wall mounted toilet? No, the TILT will not work with a wall-mounted toilet. A wall-mounted toilet does not supply the support and weight-bearing capability required for the TILT to operate properly.
How do I know if the toilet is round or elongated? Measure the distance from the bolt that secures the lid and seat to the toilet, to the front of the toilet. Most commonly round bowls are 16.5” and elongated are 18.5”.
How much room is required to install and operate the TILT on a toilet? 6” on each side of the toilet bowl and 14” across the toilet seat. Also, an additional 7” to 8” in front of the toilet is needed.
Is a toilet seat included with the unit? Yes, a toilet seat is included with every lift and comes already assembled to the unit.
What power is needed to operate the TILT? Is there a battery backup? The TILT runs off of standard household voltage and simply plugs into a wall outlet. We do not offer a battery backup option at this time. The electrical cord length is 10 foot.
What warranty does this product have? The TILT has a 2-year warranty. A full supply of service parts are also available to support the life of the product.
What should I use to clean the TILT? The TILT has a plastic removable shield which can be cleaned using a soft cloth with warm water and mild soap. The frame should be cleaned often as urine can break down the powder coated finish. This too can be cleaned using a soft cloth with warm water and mild soap.