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Dignity. Independence.
of Mobility.

Dignity. Independence.
of Mobility.

About Us

Company Pride:

Proudly made in the U.S.A., Beasy products have been sold all around the world for more than 20 years. We are a small company located in east central Minnesota. Our dedicated staff proudly hand finishes each Beasy transfer system to bring you a premium quality product that will last for many years.

Dealer Network:

Our extensive network of Beasy Dealers guarantees customers can find a transfer system in almost all of the United States. When you call us, you get a real person, ready to help you with information regarding our products, or to help you find a dealer near you.

Our Mission

We strive to make life easier, more dignified, and safe for anyone with physical and mobility limitations. Our goal is to be compassionate in creating and providing exceptional quality products for our customers so they can safely live life to the fullest.

About us

The History of the Beasy Board

Beatrice Brantman was a happily married housewife and mother of eleven children. In 1989, she was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a very rare type of bone marrow cancer, which paralyzed her from the waist down. As her husband visited her in the hospital, he noticed that caregivers were having a difficult time moving her. He wondered if there would be a device that could help reduce the amount of lifting, pulling and tugging for patients unable to help transfer themselves. Robert began by making a sketch of a board with a seat that would bear the pressure of the patient and glide them across, saving their sensitive skin and their caregiver’s chance for injury. Beatrice sadly passed in 1990, but her husband did not give up his endeavor that would help so many people in the future.

Robert’s sketch of this extraordinary board that allowed caregivers to easily slide patients from one end

of the board to the other, would soon become a reality. Working with engineers, product designers and friends, blueprints were drawn up, molds assembled and studies were conducted. These studies would lead them to find a plastic polymer material developed by DuPont they knew was state-of-the-art and could not be surpassed. Robert Brantman was now an inventor. In 1990, the BeasyTrans System Original 40” premium transfer board was produced. Since that time, two more models would be born – the Beasy II, a smaller version of its predecessor, and the BeasyGlyder, a crescent shaped model that could help transfers around obstacles and facilitate the caregivers natural transfer motions.

Beasy Boards continue to safely provide consistent and dignified transfers and encourage people all over the world to get out and do things they thought they would never do again.


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