Bailey Deluxe Electrical Assembly Simulation Station

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The Deluxe Electrical Assembly unit provides a range of job and assembly tasks that simulate the work of an electrician. This work-hardening unit is used while standing, and requires patients to practice working in a confined area.



Measuring 72 in height, this unit offers multiple opportunities for strengthening full-body range of motion, as well as fine motor activity, all while re-developing the endurance needed to stand for an extended period of time. The natural wood finish is appropriate to the kind of situations electricians often encounter when working on home wiring, and other related tasks.

This unit is an excellent tool to include when structuring a work hardening program specifically for electricians, or for patients who need to regain both reaching and fine-motor abilities. Patients can work on a range of assembly tasks, from simple to complex.

All the basic electrical supplies are included.

This work hardening unit is an excellent tool in re-training electrical workers in both fine and full-body movement, as well as endurance for standing. It simulates work activities an electrician would normally encounter in a vary of scenarios.

Features and Benefits

  • 72 height – Encourages full-body range of motion work
  • 22-1/2′ W x 10′ D – Patients must learn to work in a confined space
  • Includes basic electrical supplies – True work hardening simulation can be achieved with all included instruments
  • Rehabilitation therapists – Utilize this as an important tool for work-hardening work with electricians
  • Occupational and physical therapists – Can make use of this unit for specific components of work hardening training (fine motor skills, range, and patient endurance)

Technical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 22.5′ W x 10′ D x 72′ H
  • Base: 28′ W x 20′ D
  • Finish: Natural Wood

Warranty Information

  • 5-year warranty.

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