A self propelled wheelchair featuring a folding, mild steel frame with removable armrests, folding backrest and swing away removable legrests. Rear brackets enable rear wheel sizes to be interchanged. Rear wheels are removable. Available in 420mm or 460mm seat widths with a range of options including an amputee bracket.
* CQ15 Elevating Legrests (pair)
* CQ16 Desk arms (pair)
* CQ17L Stump Support Left
* CQ17R Stump Support Right
* CQ18 Amputee Bracket (pair)
Care-Quip Combi 303P - self propelled model (large wheels)
Care-Quip Combi 304P - attendant propelled model (small wheels)
(wheels are interchangeable between the two models)
|Load Capacity (supplier stated)
||420 or 460 mm
Seat Front Height....... 500mm
Painted mild steel metal with folding single crossmember.
Slung, padded vinyl.
Folding, fixed height.
Padded, removable and available in either full length or desk style.
Legrests / Footplates
Swingaway, removable and adjustable in height. Plastic are standard.
Quick release wheels are 610mm in diameter. Steel rim spoked with pneumatic tyres. (Bracket allows 305mm wheels to be fitted).
203mm in diameter, narrow profile solid rubber.
Push on, lever style.
Factors To Consider
When transporting a person in a wheelchair in a car or van, both the occupant and the wheelchair require an RTA approved restraint system. The wheelchair and the occupant need to be separately secured to the vehicle itself.
RTA approval is not required for a postural support, such as a harness, that supports the user in the wheelchair but is not part of the vehicle restraint system.
The use of a headrest is not legally required but strongly recommended. Easily detachable, folding headrests which fit a wheelchair with standard push handles are available. Refer to section Wheelchair, Scooter, Cushions, ramps / Postural Supports - Seating System: Restraint+ Head+Back+Seats
Some assistive technology needs to meet Australian or other standards. Standards may relate to materials, manufacturing and installation. Products that meet Australian or international standards will have written certification. To find out if a product meets Australian Standards ask the supplier to show you the certificate. For more information about standards also see www.ilcaustralia.org.au/Using_Assistive_Technology/standards_regulation
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