Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Tricycle Gives Easy Handicap Life

Heavy Duty Wheelchair is a lightweight, durable and reliable manual wheelchair. It comes standard with swing away and removable legrests, swing back armrests and quick release wheels. A lightweight, folding, rear wheel drive wheelchair with slung and padded seat and backrest. Available in five seat widths. It has swing away armrests, swing away removable footrests, adjustable rear wheel position and front castors. The standard armrests are swing back desk style. Available with fixed or folding backrest. This very commonly prescribed, lightweight alloy wheelchair has numerous options, accessories and setting possibilities - making life easier for the user and the caregiver - and suiting the individual needs of each user. It comes as a transit or as a self-propelling wheelchair.


Karma 8520 Heavy Duty Wheelchair
Karma 8520 Heavy Duty Wheelchair
Net Price:Rs23582


Heavy Duty Wheelchair has folding frame, so it is easy for storage and transport. Interchangeable frame components allow to grow and change the chairs width and depth. There are custom frame specifications available. Maximum option choices allow chair to be built to the individual's specifications. It has folding "lockout" cross-brace. Cross-brace locks to limit flex in the frame for more efficient propelling. Double cross-brace. Allows more strength and enables greater weight capacity.

Karma 8520 Heavy Duty Wheelchair:
  • It comes with detachable swing away footrests.
  • The wheel chair has flip-back armrests.
  • It comes with centre of gravity adjustment.
  • The wheel chair has wide profile casters.
  • Seat Size 20'' inch & 22'' inch
  • Total Weight 17 K.G.

Features:
  • Height-adjustable backrest.
  • Pelvic positioning belt - designed to keep user well positioned in the wheelchair.
  • Quick release, removable rear wheels on self propelling model for enhanced outdoor capabilities.
  • Flip-back, height-adjustable armrests with desk or full-length armrests
  • High mounted, push to lock brakes.
  • 70-degree legrests, with calf strap.
  • Reinforced cross bracing - strong but easily folded.
  • Multiple-position rear wheel and castor mounts to optimise centre of gravity and seat-to-floor height adjustments, as well as amputee setting.
  • Pump and tool kit for ongoing standard maintenance.
  • 24" pneumatic rear wheel on self propelling model.
  • 12.5" pneumatic rear wheel on transit model.

A tricycle for special needs is made so can go along for the ride in wheelchair or sitting in a special seat, both of which are attached right in front of another adult's trike. Tricycles to accommodate a vast array of special needs. Hand-pedaled recumbent tricycles are available for those without the use of their legs. Children, teens and adults with cerebral palsy and similar disorders can select tricycles specially designed to increase strength and coordination. Caregivers to autistic children can ride with their child on tandem special needs tricycles built to accommodate one adult and one child rider. Accessories are also available to convert standard trikes to suit specific needs. The objective of Tricycle Manufacturers design is to produce wheelchairs that perform well and can provide appropriate seating and postural support without compromising strength, durability and safety.


Tricycle Regular Single Hand Drive
Tricycle Regular Single Hand Drive
Net Price:Rs7350


Tricycle Regular Single Hand Drive:

  • Frame : Made by E.R.W. Tubes 38.0 mm-16 G. 25.4 mm & 22.22 mm- 18 G.
  • Seat & Back : M S, C.R.C. Sheet. Seat Size 18"x 16"
  • Wheel Size : Wheel Diameter 24"x 1 1/2" Tyre and Tube Standard Company.
  • Parts : Standard Quality.
  • Color : Black Painted.
  • Brake : Front Wheel liver System.
  • Drive : Rear Wheel Right Side.

WITH CUSHION SEAT & BACK.

NOTE :- 

  • TRICYCLE DISPATCH WITHOUT FITTING.
  • TRICYCLE  FITTING CAN BE DONE AT ANY LOCAL CYCLE SHOPKEEPER AND FITTING CHARGE PAYABLE BY YOU
  • DELIVERY CHARGES FREE FROM OUR SIDE.
  • DELIVERY 6-8 WORKING DAYS BY CARGO .


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