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INVACARE H112 Marina Bath Board User Manual

INVACARE H112 Marina Bath Board


This user manual contains important information about the handling of the product. To ensure safety when using the product, read the user manual carefully and follow the safety instructions. Invacare reserves the right to alter product specifications without further notice. Before reading this document, make sure you have the latest version. You find the latest version as a PDF on the Invacare website. If you find that the font size in the printed document is difficult to read, you can download the PDF version from the website. The PDF can then be scaled on screen to a font size that is more comfortable for you. In case of a serious incident with the product, you should inform the manufacturer and the competent authority in your country.

Warranty Information

We provide a manufacturer’s warranty for the product in accordance with our General Terms and Conditions of Business in the respective countries. Warranty claims can only be made through the provider from whom the product was obtained.


within the disciplines of ISO 13485. This product features the CE mark, in compliance with the Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 Class I. This product features the UKCA mark, in compliance with Part II UK MDR 2002 (as amended) Class I. We are continuously working towards ensuring that the company’s impact on the environment, locally and globally, is reduced to a minimum. We only use REACH compliant materials and components.

Product-specific Standards

The product has been tested and conforms to the standard ISO 17966 (Assistive products for personal hygiene that support users) and related standards. For further information about local standards and regulations, contact your local Invacare representative. See addresses at the end of this document.

Symbols in this Document

Symbols and signal words are used in this document and apply to hazards or unsafe practices which could result in personal injury or property damage. See the information below for definitions of the signal words.

Indicates a hazardous situation that could result in serious injury or death if it is not avoided.

Indicates a hazardous situation that could result in minor or slight injury if it is not avoided.

Indicates a hazardous situation that could result in damage to property if it is not avoided. Tips and Recommendations Gives useful tips, recommendations and information for efficient, trouble-free use.

Other Symbols

UK Responsible Person Indicates if a product is not manufactured in the UK. Triman Indicates recycling and sorting rules (only relevant for France).

Service Life

The expected service life of this product is three years when used daily and in accordance with the safety instructions, maintenance intervals and correct use, stated in this manual. The effective service life can vary according to frequency and intensity of use.

Limitation of Liability

Invacare accepts no liability for damage arising from

  • Non-compliance with the user manual
  • Incorrect use
  • Natural wear and tear
  • Incorrect assembly or set-up by the purchaser or a third party
  • Technical modifications
  • Unauthorised modifications and/or use of unsuitable spare parts


Safety Information

WARNING! Risk of Serious Injury or Damage

  • Improper use of this product may cause injury or damage.
  • If you are unable to understand the warnings, cautions or instructions, contact a health care professional or provider before attempting to use this equipment.
  • Do not use this product or any available optional equipment without first completely reading and understanding these instructions and any additional instructional material such as user manual, service manual or instruction sheet supplied with this product or optional equipment.


  • Before first use, clean the product thoroughly.
  • Before every use, check the product for damage and ensure that it is securely assembled.

WARNING! Risk of Falling

  • Do not use if defective.
  • Do not make any unauthorised alterations or modifications on the product.
  • Do not displace or move under load.
  • Do not stand on this product.

CAUTION! Risk of Injury

  • Non-original or wrong parts may affect the function and safety of the product.
  • Only use original parts for the product in use.
  • Due to regional differences, refer to your local Invacare catalogue or website for available options or contact your Invacare distributor. See addresses at the end of this document.

Labels and Symbols on the Product

The identification label is attached to the underside of the bath board.

Scope of Delivery

  • A Seat board
  • B Handle
  • C Foot with screw (4x)
  • D Plug (4x)
  • E User manual

Intended Use

Invacare Marina is a bath board to be placed on the bathtub’s rim and intended to be used as a shower aid.

Intended Users

Intended users are any adults and adolescents with restricted or limited mobility. If used without an assistant, the users must have sufficient torso stability to keep their own balance.


  • Restricted or limited mobility (e.g. legs and/or hips) or
  • having balance issues to stand up or walk due to transitional or permanent disabilities.

There are no contraindications known when using the product as intended. For the maximum user weight of the product see 14 Technical Data

Setup and Usage

Assembling the Product

The bath board is suitable for bathtubs with an inner width of 400 to 620 mm

Attach the handle to the seat board in the correct orientation


Make sure that the handle fully engages in the seat board.

The handle can not be removed again after assembly.

  • Remove the screws from the feet.
  • Attach the feet with the screws to the seat board
  • Secure the feet with the plugs

Placing the Bath Board on the Bathtub

  1. Slightly loosen all four feet by turning them counterclockwise.
  2. Slide the feet inwards.
  3. Place the bath board onto the rim of the bathtub with the feet facing towards the bottom of the bathtub. Check that the bath board securely fits on the rim of the bathtub.
  4. Slide all feet equally to the inner edge of the bathtub.
  5. Fasten all four feet by screwing them clockwise until they stop.

WARNING! Risk of injury

  • If the feet of the bath board are not securely fitted against the inner wall of the bathtub, the bath board can slide which can cause the bath board and the user to fall in the bathtub.
  • To prevent the bath board from sliding, make sure that the bath board feet positioned to securely fit against the inner wall of the bathtub


  • Risk of Damage to the Product.
  • Do not overtighten the screws of the feet (Maximum torque 6 Nm).

Using the Product


  • Risk of Injury If the bath board is not securely fitted on the rim of the bathtub, the bath board could slide which could cause the bath board and the user to fall into the bathtub.
  • Before use, check that the bath board securely fits on the rim of the bathtub

  1. Sit on the side of the bath board as you would on a chair.
  2. Slide backwards until you are sitting in the middle of the bath board.
  3. Turn yourself into the bathing position by lifting one leg and then the other over the rim of the bathtub.

WARNING! Risk of Injury

  • Moving the bath board while a user is sitting on it, could cause the bath board and the user to fall into the bathtub.
  • Never move the bath board while a user is sitting on it.


General Maintenance Information

This product is maintenance-free, provided that the cleaning and disinfection instructions are adhered to.

Cleaning and Disinfection

General Safety Information


  • Risk of Contamination
  • Take precautions for yourself and use appropriate protective equipment.


Wrong fluids or methods can harm or damage the product

  • All cleaning agents and disinfectants used must be effective, compatible with one another and must protect the materials they are used to clean.
  • Never use corrosive fluids (alkalines, acid etc.) or abrasive cleaning agents. We recommend an ordinary household cleaning agent such as dishwashing liquid, if not specified otherwise in the cleaning instructions.
  • Never use a solvent (cellulose thinner, acetone etc.) that changes the structure of the plastic or dissolves the attached labels.
  • Always make sure that the product is completely dried before taking it into use again.

For cleaning and disinfection in clinical or long-term care environments, follow your in-house procedures.

Cleaning Intervals


  • Regular cleaning and disinfection enhances smooth operation, increases the service life and prevents contamination.
  • Clean and disinfect the product:
  • regularly while in use,
  • before and after any service procedure,
  • when it has been in contact with any body fluids,
  • before using it for a new user.

Cleaning Instruction

  1. Use water and a mild, non-abrasive cleaner to clean the product.
  2. Dry with a cloth.

Cleaning in a Clinical Environment

In addition to cleaning as described above we recommend cleaning the product prior to the use by another patient, after ending of the period of use or on a regular basis (depending on which occurs first) at

  • 90 °C for 1 minute
  • 85 °C for 3 minutes
  • 80 °C for 10 minutes


  • Risk of Burning Skin
  • Allow the product to cool after cleaning.

Disinfection Instructions

  • Method: Follow the application notes for the used disinfectant and wipe-disinfect all accessible surfaces.
  • Disinfectant: Ordinary household disinfectant.
  • Drying: Allow the product to air-dry.


Be environmentally responsible and recycle this product through your recycling facility at its end of life. Disassemble the product and its components, so the different materials can be separated and recycled individually. The disposal and recycling of used products and packaging must comply with the laws and regulations for waste handling in each country. Contact your local waste management company for information.


This product is suitable for reuse. To recondition the product for a new user, carry out the following actions

  • Inspection
  • Cleaning and disinfection

For detailed information, see 11 Maintenance, page 4 . Make sure that the user manual is handed over with the product. If any damage or malfunction is detected, do not reuse the product.

Technical Data

All product components are corrosion resistant and do not contain natural rubber latex.

Environmental Parameters

Invacare Australia Pty. Ltd. Unit 18/12 Stanton Road, Seven Hills, NSW 2147, Australia Phone: 1800 460 460 Fax: 1800 814 367

New Zealand:
Invacare New Zealand Ltd 4 Westfield Place, Mt Wellington 1060 New Zealand Phone: 0800 468 222 Fax: 0800 807 788

Invacare Poirier SAS Route de St Roch F-37230 Fondettes Tel: (33) (0)2 47 62 64 66

United Kingdom:
Invacare Limited Pencoed Technology Park, Pencoed Bridgend CF35 5AQ Tel: (44) (0) 1656 776 200

Invacare Canada L.P. 570 Matheson Blvd East, Unit 8 CDN Mississauga, On. L4Z 4G4 Phone: (905) 890 8300 Toll Free: 800.668.5324

Invacare GmbH Am Achener Hof 8 D-88316 Isny Germany Invacare UK Operations Limited Unit 4, Pencoed Technology Park, Pencoed Bridgend CF35 5AQ UK

Documents / Resources

INVACARE H112 Marina Bath Board [pdf] User Manual
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