The ROHO® Planar Solid Seat Insert provides a solid base for use with ROHO cushioning products.

The ROHO Planar Solid Seat Insert provides a solid base/foundation for use with most ROHO cushions in order to prevent the hammocking effect of wheelchair sling seats.

Made of polyurethane coated birch plywood, the 3/8”/ (1 cm) solid seat insert easily fits under the cushion, inside the ROHO cushion cover. Maximum size is 24” x 24”.

Special sizes are available.  To order a size other than what is available, please contact Customer Care at (800) 851-3449.

Product Features:

  • Reduces the effects of sling upholstery
  • Fits inside the cushion cover
  • Assists in posture and positioning
  • Lightweight and can be easily modified
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