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Power Wheelchair – NMW2110A

Powder coating steel frame, drop back handle, flip-up pu
armrest, detachable footrest, rubber foam castor rubber
drive wheel, foldable frame.

Description

Powder coating steel frame, drop back handle, flip-up pu armrest, detachable footrest, rubber foam castor rubber drive wheel, foldable frame.

Ref. No.:
NW GW
NMW2110A 63 46 30 20 50 91 20 1~6 28AH 200WX2 4CM 12 110 83x43x76 56.6 63.2 50 104
Drop back handle wheelchair, Read the operating manual for your wheelchair and observe all precautions. Make sure that your Foldable Power Wheelchair provider completes a thorough training specific to your new wheelchair on safety and maintenance issues and concerns.

Drop Back Handle Wheelchair

Foldable Power Wheelchair
  1. Regular Maintenance is very important. Keep the wheelchair in good repair and you will prevent many accidents and malfunctions.
  2. Always lock the brakes before getting in and out of the wheelchair. On Foldable Power Wheelchair, drop back handle wheelchair always turn the power off before transferring. This can prevent someone from bumping the joystick and it saves battery juice offered by nexgenmedical
  3. Don’t pull backward on doors or other objects when sitting in a manual wheelchair. A door could suddenly release and you could tip over backward.
  4. Lift the footplates up before getting in or out of the chair.
  5. If you have a wheelchair with removable arm or leg rests, make sure they are secure by lifting the arms and gently trying to swing the leg rest away from the chair. drop back handle wheelchair Do this before each use.
  6. Avoid putting heavy loads on the back of a wheelchair. This could cause the chair to tip over backward.
  7. Don’t remove the anti-tip wheels or bars on any wheelchair. This should prevent the chair from tipping backward.
  8. Keep loose objects or lap cover away from the wheel spokes.
  9. Don’t let children play with your wheelchair. They should be instructed to never touch your wheelchair or the controls. Don’t let them ride on the battery cases or on the footrest; these will break if you do.
  10. Use a flag if you ride in the streets. Use headlights and flashing taillights if you ride in the streets at night. Pick bright-colored wheelchairs.
  11. Avoid going up or down steep inclines or slopes. You might lose control and tip your chair over.
  12. Beware of caster flutter. This is the side-to-side motion of the caster which usually happens at high speeds. If the casters flutter, replace them immediately.
  13. Have the programming of your power wheelchair set so that it does not go faster than you can handle, especially in reverse.
  14. Avoid riding in the rain. Wheelchairs are not waterproof and it is not safe. Controls get wet on power chairs and wheels lose traction on wet ground.
  15. Just be careful and think of ways to prevent problems before they occur. Plan ahead for emergencies such as brake failure, drop back handle wheelchair tipping backward, or the power wheelchair moving by itself.