ProBasics 19" Steel Transport Chair

ProBasics 19" Steel Transport Chair

9105

Probasics

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Featuring a fold-down back for easy storage, removable swingaway footrests, durable nylon upholstery and the added safety of push-to-lock rear wheel locks and a seatbelt, users will feel safe and comfortable in this steel transport wheelchair.

 

Features

  • 27 lb. Lightweight steel frame
  • Removable, swingaway footrests for easy transfer
  • Padded armrests for added comfort
  • Back easily folds down for storage and travel
  • Push-to-lock rear wheel locks provide additional safety

 

Specifications

Item Number 9105 | 0005
HCPCS Code E1038
Product Weight 27 lb.
Seat Depth 16"
Seat Dimensions 17" W x 16" D

Seat to Floor Height 19"
Shipping Weight 33 lb.
Folded Dimensions 9"
Warranty Frame Limited Warranty - 5 Year - Welds, Crossbraces
Weight Capacity 300 lb.

 

 

Measurement Guide

  • Back Width

    Measure from the bottom of the seat to the top.

  • Seat Width

    Measure at the widest point of the body from knee to hip, then add approximately an inch to add some “wiggle room.” Keep in mind that bulkier clothing (such as a winter coat) will require additional width to maintain equivalent space.

  • Seat Depth

    Measure from the backside to the inside of the knee, then subtract approximately two inches. You may add several inches if you prefer more leg overhang to allow for easier leg lifting.

  • Wheel Camber

    The higher the camber the more stable and agile, but also the more limited it becomes passing through narrow spaces. A typical daily wheelchair uses three degrees of camber.

  • Hanger Angle

    Measure horizontally. A tighter angle facilitates tighter steering. The preferred angle will depend on the knee’s ability to bend. The resulting angle will also determine how far the toes extend from the body.

  • Front Seat to Floor

    Measure from the underside of the knee to the sole of the foot. Subtract the thickness of the compressed cushion, and add approximately two inches for footrest clearance (unless the wheelchair will be foot-propelled).

  • Rear Seat to Floor

    Measure from the ground to the seat bottom. This determines the seat‘s slope angle (known as its "dump" or "squeeze).

 



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