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Picture of SPRINGFIELD CRIB The Springfield Crib is designed for use by children with disabilities. Available in four sizes, this crib features Gatch or Gatch Trendelenberg positioning capability, Johns Hopkins handles on the drop sides for one-handed operation, clear vinyl panels on all four sides, a foam mattress with Staphchek covering, and caster wheels. OPTIONS: A four-inch thick foam mattress, a five-inch thick innerspring mattress, a pump/IV bracket, an under-crib shelf, and five-inch casters are available. DIMENSIONS: This crib is available in 30 x 44 inches, 30 x 60 inches, 36 x 60 inches, or 36 x 72 inches. All sizes are 26 inches high. The sides are 42 inches high. The standard mattress is three inches thick and the casters are three inches in diameter. COLOR: Antique white with fabric trim around the vinyl panels.

Notes: Springfield is a trademark of HARD Manufacturing Co. Inc. ** This crib is Medicaid and insurance approved.

Price: Contact manufacturer.

This product record was updated on May 8, 2009.

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Hard Manufacturing Co Inc

230 Grider Street
Buffalo, New York 14215-3797
United States
Telephone: 800-873-4273 or 716-893-1800.
Fax: 716-896-2579.

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