Wheel Chair

Wheel Chair

MOQ : 100 pieces

Business Type Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler, Trader, Distributor
Material MS
Foldable Yes
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Location Worldwide

Product Details

Non Polished, Polished
Frame Material
Automatic Grade
Comfortable Seat, Fine Finishing, Foldable, Hand Brakes Facility
Weight Capacity
Country of Origin
Payment Terms
L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, Other

Safex Inc Wheelchairs

Safex Inc Wheelchairs are mobility devices used by individuals who have difficulty walking or moving around independently due to various reasons, such as disability, injury, or illness. They provide users with the means to move from one place to another while seated, offering increased mobility, independence, and accessibility.

Here are some key components and features of wheelchairs:

  1. Frame: The frame is the basic structure of the wheelchair, typically made of metal such as steel, aluminum, or titanium. It provides support and stability to the user and supports other components such as the seat, backrest, and wheels.

  2. Seat and Backrest: The seat and backrest provide support and comfort to the user while seated. They may be padded or cushioned for added comfort, and the backrest may be adjustable to accommodate different sitting positions.

  3. Wheels: Wheelchairs typically have two large rear wheels and two smaller front wheels. The rear wheels are usually equipped with hand rims, allowing the user to propel themselves forward by pushing on the rims with their hands. Some wheelchairs may also have additional features such as quick-release wheels or anti-tip devices for added stability.

  4. Propulsion: Wheelchairs can be propelled manually by the user, either by pushing the wheels with their hands or by using their feet to move the wheels forward (known as self-propelling). Alternatively, some wheelchairs are equipped with electric motors, allowing for powered propulsion using a joystick or other control mechanism.

  5. Footrests and Leg Rests: Footrests or leg rests are often provided to support the user's lower limbs and promote proper posture and comfort while seated. These may be swing-away or detachable to facilitate transfers in and out of the wheelchair.

  6. Brakes: Wheelchairs may be equipped with brakes to prevent the wheelchair from moving when stationary or to assist with slowing down or stopping while in motion. These brakes may be operated by the user or by an attendant.

  7. Accessories: Various accessories and options are available for wheelchairs, including cushions, armrests, seat belts, trays, and storage pouches, among others, to enhance comfort, convenience, and functionality.

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