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Graham Field Traveler HTC Wheelchair - 24 inch x 1 inch black plastic wheels with black handrims and non marking polyurethane tires Graham Field Traveler HTC Wheelchair - Fixed attendant push handle also functions as an anti fold bar Graham Field Traveler HTC Wheelchair - Rear mounted attendant wheel locks

Graham Field Everest And Jennings Traveler HTC Wheelchair

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20" x 18", Fixed Desk Arm, Elevating Legrest

SKU 3J010330
$584.79 Each

22" x 18", Fixed Desk Arm, Elevating Legrest

SKU 3J010430
$593.29 Each

24" x 18", Fixed Desk Arm, Elevating Legrest

SKU 3J010530
$601.69 Each
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Graham Field Everest And Jennings Traveler HTC Wheelchair provides the ideal solution to the hospital/clinical transport need by incorporating special attendant and inventory control features with a heavy duty frame designed to support up to 500 lb users.


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Graham Field Everest And Jennings Traveler HTC Wheelchair Features

  • Graham Field Everest And Jennings Traveler HTC Wheelchair is designed for optimal patient transport by the caregiver
  • Fixed attendant push handle also functions as an anti-fold bar
  • Includes a fixed anti-theft post ideal in hospital/clinical setting
  • Embossed black leatherette upholstery with double inner lining for durability
  • Rear mounted attendant wheel locks
  • Fixed desk arms and lock nuts on the front rigging ensure inventory controls
  • Hammer tone paint provides a long lasting and durable finish
  • Anti-tippers standard
  • The reinforced frame at all critical load-bearing points
  • Tool Free adjustable elevating front rigging
  • Chart pocket standard on back upholstery
  • The Traveler HTC comes with an attendant push handle and rear mounted wheel locks that offer easier transport for the caregiver.
  • In addition, the full width push handle acts as an anti-fold bar.
  • Inventory controls are further enhanced by incorporating fixed desk arms, anti-tippers, an anti-theft post, as well as anti-theft nuts on the front rigging as standard features.
  • Other features include double cross braces, heavy-duty 5/8" diameter axles, and a long lasting, embossed back and seat upholstery with a double inner liner for durability.
  • Available in 20", 22" and 24" seat widths, with 18" seat depth (1" longer than standard).
  • Meets Medicare K0007 specifications.
  • The Traveler HTC is manufactured with the same commitment to quality Everest & Jennings is known for.
  • 24" x 1" black plastic wheels with black handrims and non-marking polyurethane tires
  • Durable aluminum black footplates
  • Maximum weight capacity 500 lb - EVENLY DISTRIBUTED
  • Meets Medicare code K0007
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  • Click here for specifications manual

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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

  • WARNING: Anti-tippers must be installed in the downward position.
  • WARNING: Indicates a potential hazard situation or unsafe practice that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious personal injury.
  • CAUTION: Indicates a potential hazard situation or unsafe practice that, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate personal injury .
  • NOTICE: Indicates a potential hazard situation or unsafe practice that, if not avoided, could result in product or property damage.

WARNINGS

  • Traveler HTC maximum weight capacity is 500 lb (227 kg), EVENLY DISTRIBUTED.
  • Do not operate this wheelchair on streets or roadways.
  • Do not operate this wheelchair on hilly or rough terrain, sand, wet or icy surfaces, or surfaces with impaired traction . Ensure that pathway is clear of all obstacles.
  • Do not turn wheelchair while going downhill, as wheelchair could tip over.
  • Do not attempt inclines without anti-tippers installed in the downward position . Do not attempt any incline or decline greater than six degrees (10% grade, or one foot of rise or fall per ten feet of ramp length).
  • This wheelchair does not offer seating or occupant restraint equivalent to the seat provided in a motor vehicle! To increase your safety while traveling in a motor vehicle, always transfer to the vehicle seat and use the restraint provided by the vehicle manufacturer.
  • Do not tie down or attach anything to the wheels. This could cause tipping and possibly result in injury or damage to the wheelchair.
  • The footplates; lowest point should clear the ground by at least 2 1/2 inches, to permit proper clearance of potential obstruction.
  • Doing a wheelie‚ (tilting the wheelchair backward until it reaches its balance point) is dangerous and could result in personal injury to the user.
  • Do not stand or step on the footplates while transferring to or from your wheelchair . This could cause the wheelchair to tip or may cause personal injury or damage to your wheelchair.
  • Do not place your hands between seat rail and side panel.
  • Always engage wheel locks before transferring, using a wheelchair lift or using an elevator.
  • Ensure that wheelchair is on a stable, level surface and engage wheel locks before and during transfer.
  • Operate only with anti-tippers in place . Anti-tippers must be installed in the downward position.
  • Do not lean over the top of the wheelchair back . This could cause the wheelchair to tip over.
  • To reduce the risk of tipping before leaning or reaching forward, sit back in the seat and rotate casters fully toward front of wheelchair.
  • Unauthorizedmodificationortheuseof non-Everest & Jennings replacement parts could change the structure of the wheelchair, void the warranty, and create a hazardous condition resulting in serious personal injury.
  • Do not lean on this wheelchair or use it as a walker‚ these are practices which could result in loss of balance and personal injury.
  •  Do not use your wheelchair on escalators.

  •  Wheel locks are not brakes . Do not use the wheel locks to slow down your wheelchair, or while the wheelchair is moving . Wheel locks are only intended to keep the wheelchair in place when it is at a complete stop.

  • Notice for California Customers- California Proposition 65 WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive or developmental harm.

GFHealthProducts,Inc.specificallydisclaims responsibility for any personal injury or property damage which may occur during any use which does not comply with federal, state, or local laws or ordinances.

TRANSFER ACTIVITIES

  • Always ensure that the wheelchair is on a stable, level surface and engage wheel locks before transfer.
  • Do not step on the footplates; this could cause the wheelchair to tip . Fold them up, and either detach them, or swing them aside.
  • There is a critical moment when there is little or no seat platform beneath you . Take every precaution to reduce this unsupported distance before you attempt transfer.

Forward or sideward

Do not attempt to reach objects if you are required to move forward in the seat . Do not attempt to retrieve objects from the floor if you must reach down between your knees. Do not shift your weight in the direction that you are reaching and / or bending; this could cause the wheelchair to tip.

Backward

- WARNING: Do not engage the wheel locks while reaching or bending backward . Should your weight suddenly shift accidentally, it is better to roll in that direction than to tip over.

- WARNING: Do not lean over the back upholstery; this could cause the wheelchair to tip.

RAMPS AND INCLINES

- WARNING: During descent, the footplates; lowest point should be no closer to the ground than 2 1/2 inches to permit proper clearance.

- WARNING: Do not attempt inclines without anti-tippers installed in the downward position . Do not attempt any incline or decline of more than 6 degrees (10% grade, or one foot of rise or fall per ten feet of ramp length).

- WARNING: Do not use wheel locks to slow your descent . Attempting to use wheel locks is likely to result in accidental locking that could cause the wheelchair to stop abruptly, suddenly pitch forward, or tip sideways.

- WARNING: Avoid changing direction while descending a ramp or incline, as this could cause instability.

MAINTENANCE

- NOTICE: Improper maintenance can cause operating problem and may affect your warranty.

- WARNING:Unauthorizedmodificationortheuseof non-Everest & Jennings replacement parts could change the structure of the wheelchair, void the warranty, and create a hazardous condition resulting in serious personal injury.

TROUBLESHOOTING

- CAUTION: A complete inspection of your wheelchair, including maintenance, servicing and safety checks, should be performed by a GF authorized distributor at least every six months.

- WARNING:Unauthorizedmodificationortheuseof non-Everest & Jennings replacement parts could change the structure of the wheelchair, void the warranty, and create a hazardous condition, which could result in serious personal injury.

Specification

Particulars Dimensions
Seat Width 20"
Seat Depth 18"
Seat Height 20"
Back Height 16 1/2"
Overall Depth 34"
Overall Height 36"
Overall Width 28 1/2"
Weight Capacity 500lb

Warranty

Five (5) year limited warranty

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