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Evac Chair 300H Standard Evacuation Chair

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Standard Model, MK-4

SKU 300H
$2,030.99 Each
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Evac Chair 300H Standard Evacuation Chair is a highly innovative emergency stair chair solution that permits the safe egress of mobility impaired persons from a building in the event of an emergency or evacuation. It is intuitive so anyone can use it, even without training or instruction.

Why Evac+Chair 300H?

  • Designed in the US
  • Utilized at the World Trade Center on 9/11
  • Single-person operation
  • 400lbs weight capacity
  • Lightweight, about 19 lbs
  • Dual position seating


Total: $2,030.99

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What does Evac Chair Include?

  • 3 Passenger safety belts (Head, Chest, Thigh)
  • Photoluminescent signage
  • Wall mounting brackets
  • Dust cover
  • User guide
  • Instructional DVD

Evac Chair 300H Standard Evacuation Chair Features

  • Adjustable patient head restraint: The sliding head restraint and padded back limit movement, securing the passenger in place and allow for passenger comfort.
  • Friction tracks (Evac+Track technology): The self braking reinforced tracks control speed of descent for easy single person operation.
  • Ergonomic adjustable handle: For ease of deployment and compact storage.
  • Reflective decals: For easy identification in situations of poor visibility.
  • Quick release safety belts (Head, Chest, Thigh): For increased passenger safety and security. In emergency situations, the passenger may not be conscious or have control. The chest restraint cups the body securely and the rider is strapped into the chair.
  • Heavy duty wheels: Ideal for operation over uneven terrain.
  • Lockable rear wheels: Can be applied in situations where the chair needs to remain in a stationary position.
  • Dual position seating: Dual position seat allows the user to decide each time which seating position they desire. It provides optimal comfort and safety.
    • Flat seat with zipped side panels and over thigh quick release passenger restraint.
    • Hammock seat, simply release zipped side panels, fasten together on the underside, retaining use of over thigh quick release passenger restraint.
    Dual Position Seating of Evac Chair    Dual Position Seating of Evac Chair

Evac Chair 300H MK4 Benefits

  • Complete life-saving stairway escape solution for people with reduced mobility
  • Provides a quick, easy and safe emergency evacuation
  • No heavy lifting required
  • Enables small attendants to easily move passengers three times their size
  • Exceeds fire safety requirements and emergency response guidelines established to support the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Blue powder coated textured finish with a contrasting fire retardant yellow hammock
  • Easy to open, ready to use in seconds
  • Folds for compact storage
  • Wall mountable
  • FDA Registered

When to use 300H Evacuation Stair Chair?

In the event of an emergency such as a fire, earthquake, hurricane, tornado or something as simple as a power outage, elevators should not be used in multi-story buildings. As a result, people with a disability or who are injured may become trapped. Our highly innovative stairway evacuation chair Evac Chair 300H is the perfect solution! It is a lightweight and easy-to-use emergency stair chair which glides effortlessly down stairways to assist with the quick and safe removal of people who are mobility impaired. It can be used for blind, asomatic, deaf, injured, elderly, infants, pregnant, arthritic, epileptic, angina and those with reduced mobility. These are just some of the people who might be in distress in an emergency situation.

Evac Chair MK4 Manuals

What to buy with Evac+Chair?

Why choose Evac Chair?

Evac Chair is simple. It works every time. There are no complicated add-ons to break. No gimmicky features to snag or fail. It simply works, effectively, easily, and does what it was designed to do: save lives. Single-user operation ensures no heavy lifting or manual handling is required during emergency evacuation procedures — you cannot go wrong.

Ease of Deployment: Preparation of the Evac Chair for operational use is fast and simple with no tricky release mechanisms to trap finger or hand of the operator. Operator is not expected to balance the chair with one hand while releasing skids, buckles or straps when the chair is occupied.

Light-Weight: Weight is a major factor, especially if the evacuation equipment is located in various parts of the building and must be brought to the passenger, or simply removed from its securing location. Evac Chair is lightweight, weighing only 19 lbs.

Ease of Use: Designed to facilitate ease of transfer. It is stable, open on both sides and provide safety at all times to person of reduced mobility who may require assistance. This rescue chair with unique self-braking system simply works, effectively, easily and save lives.

Maneuverability: Provides a good turning circle and no extra physical exertion is needed to get around difficult landings and corners.

Speed of Descent: Can comfortably achieve two flights of stairs in 15 seconds, or four floors in 1 minute, without blocking the stairs for other users.

Controlled Speed: Most of the evacuation chairs depend on a rotating belt drive mechanism to span two or more stair nosings. Using coefficient of friction, the greater the weight of the passenger the greater is the friction. The smooth operation with controlled speed of Evac Chair is due to the interface of specially modified wheel belts which continuously work to slow down descend over stair nosings in proportion to the weight of the passenger.

Stability: Evac Chair 300H rescue chair has an easy fold-out two wheel trolley which allows for flat surface stability.

How to use Evac+Chair 300H?

Setting Up Evac Chair

  • While standing behind the Evac Chair, hold it upright and rest one foot on top of the blue base frame crossbar to steady the chair
  • Using both hands, pull the handle upwards until the shoulder clips have clicked into place
  • Head restraint should not slide down the handle
  • While still standing behind the chair, undo the seat belt to release the skis
  • Pull these skis towards you to open the seat and push the seat part way downwards into position
  • Finally, pull up the seat frame against the ski to ensure it is in position

Evac Chair Standard Evacuation Chair for traveling Short Distances

  • You must remain in position behind the Evac Chair using both uprights of the handle to hold it firmly.
  • Place one foot on the front wheel axle or on the bottom bar as your occupant transfers into the Evac Chair seated position.
  • Depending on the condition of the occupant further assistance may be required with the transfer.
  • Seatbelt must now be fastened and the head restraint may be used to assist with airway management if required.
  • From the transfer position, remove your foot from the front wheel axle until the Evac Chair move backward and the front wheel comes into contact with the ground.
  • Evac Chair will now balance between the bar of the frame and the front wheels.
  • From the balance position, tip the chair off further seven centimeters backward that is about three inches and you will be able to move forward in the two-wheel position.
  • This is the position to use for traveling short distances such as when turning and crossing still landings during descent.

Evac Chair for use on Level Ground

  • Evacuation chairs for stairs should be used in the four-wheel position like a wheelchair.
  • To achieve the four-wheel position start from the vertical upright position, place one foot on the trolley assembly just over the yellow sticker and pull back sharply to unclip the trolley assembly.
  • As you remove your foot, the trolley assembly will automatically open.
  • You may then lower the chair gently onto its wheels.

Evac Chair for Stairway Descent

  • Close the trolley assembly in an appropriate area of safety by placing the Evac Chair in a vertically upright position with the bottom bar of the frame on the ground.
  • Place your foot on the yellow sticker and push the trolley assembly forward until it clicks back into place.
  • Tilt the chair back into the two-wheel position and move forward to approximately 30 centimeters from the top of the stairs.
  • Positioned at the inside edge, with one foot in front of the other and slightly apart, tilt the chair a little further back and push confidently over the top of the stairs.
  • At all times stay near the inside edge of the stairs and make certain the skis make contact with the top two stair nosings.
  • Never let go of the Evac Chair.
  • Pause briefly and reposition your hands by sliding them upwards from the vertical position at each side of the handle onto the handles horizontal top crossbar.
  • When descending, press downwards in a vertical direction for a smooth safe ride and move forward at the same smooth pace as the back chair.
  • There should be no bumping action.

Evac Chair 300H Specifications

Particulars Specifications
Height 41" (folded)
Width 20" (folded)
Depth 8" (folded)
Weight 19 lbs
Weight Capacity 400 lbs


Evac Chair Warranty

Lifetime warranty

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