Sunday, 19 April 2015

User Safety Power Wheelchairs

Powerchairs are generally four-wheeled or six-wheeled and non-folding, however some folding designs exist and other designs may have some ability to partially dismantle for transit. Four general styles of powerchair drive systems exist: front, centre or rear wheel drive and all-wheel drive. Powered Wheelchairs are typically somewhat larger than the trailing/castoring wheels, while castoring wheels are typically larger than the castors on a manual chair. Centre wheel drive powerchairs have castors at both front and rear for a six-wheel layout.

Angel Wheelchair:
Angel Wheelchair
Net Price:Rs343000
  • Electric standing wheelchair Standing up, driving function by power.
  • Head and signal light (controlled by joystick).
  • Adjustable headrest.
  • Adjustable footplate.
  • Detachable backrest Rigid steel framework W/liquid coating 
  • Flip-backward armrest 
  • Max speed: 9.15KM/H 
  • Front castor: 2.80/2.50-4 
  • pneumatic castor (9") 
  • Rear wheels: 3.00-8 
  • pneumatic tire (14") 
  • Available seat width: A (46 cm), D (42 cm) 
  • Max loading: A size: 135 kg 
  • Net weight w/o battery: 62.7 kg
A  powerchairs is a wheelchair that is propelled by means of an electric motor rather than manual power. Power wheelchairs are useful for those unable to propel a manual wheelchair or who may need to use a wheelchair for distances or over terrain which would be fatiguing in a manual wheelchair. They may also be used not just by people with 'traditional' mobility impairments, but also by people with cardiovascular and fatigue based condition. An powerwheelchair powers more than just chair. It gives the power to safely travel long distances on own. It empowers to navigate through home, backyard, school, workplace or local park. It gives power to do the things,want to do. It gives power. When accidents occur that leave permanent leg injuries, or as age sets in and joint pain becomes unbearable, the power chair acts as a gateway to continue living life to the fullest. The powerwheelchairs in our lineup are all battery powered, yet each device fills different needs for different users.

A powerchair can be used by someone who hasn’t got the dexterity or mobility, perhaps, to drive a Golden Motor Electric Wheelchair can offer various powered functions such as tilt, recline, leg elevation, seat elevation, and others useful or necessary to health and function. mobility scooter due to arm, hand, shoulder or more general disabling conditions, and do not have the leg strength to propel a manual chair with their feet.

Net Price:Rs136710
  • 10 times longer life
  • Lightest – 23 kg
  • 5 year long life, safe LiFePO4 battery (10ah)
  • High efficiency brushless hub motor
  • 5 seconds folding and unfolding
  • Easy to carry
  • Load : 120 kg
  • Speed : 8km/hr
  • Range: 15 km
  • Slope : 12%
  • 24V180W brushless
  • 8-inch gear hub motor
Features of Powerwheelchair:
  • These can include different leg rests, armrests, oxygen tank holders, and in some cases a different seating system. Some powerchairs are available with elevating seats so that the user can reach items on a work surface, on a shelf, or in a cupboard, that are normally out of reach of powerchair users.
  • Another option for someone who uses a traditional style of wheelchair is to add a battery pack and motor to the wheelchair. This will then turn the wheelchair into an attendant controlled powerchair. This is a good option if the attendant regularly pushes the wheelchair up hills, or wants to be able to be able to go up hills. The only downside to this option is that the user isn’t independent and has to rely on someone to push them around.  However, this can be a good compromise between a traditional wheelchair and a powerchair.
  • A powerchair can help to maintain or bring back independence, as they are easy to operate and maintain, powerwheelchairs can make a significant difference to the quality of life.
  • Power wheelchair that is suitable for physically challenged and aged person. A spring suspension present in the chair ensures smooth and comfortable drive on uneven roads. It is ideal for outdoor purpose and has various features that provide complete rest to the user. These motorized wheelchairs can be tied down in a motor and used as car seat.
  • Powerchairs are usually more customisable than disabled scooters, and can offer different types of control method and seating.

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