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Lift Walker (Model 214141)

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Hydraulically height adjustable lift walker for transfering from bed or wheelchair, or for ambulation training. As a walker the unit raises to elbow height and provides forearm support. Automatic locking spade lift seat is fiberglass reinforced polyester. Plastic parts are injection molded polypropylene. Base and hydraulic pillar are electrostatic powder painted with epoxy polyester finish. Hand operated hydraulic system has 20 inch stroke, 500 mm. Hand pump and lowering button. 4 inch casters. Brakes on front. Straight steering device on rear. Adjustable working range: Minimum, 10 to 30 inches; Maximum, 28 to 48 inches. Individually adjustable hand grips. Suspension straps for weight reduction and security during ambulation. Back belt. .

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as of: 
02/02/2004
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Made By:

ArjoHuntleigh
ArjoHuntleigh Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
2349 W. Lake Street, Suite 250
60101 Addison , IL United States
Email address: us.cc@arjohuntleigh.com
Phone: 800-323-1245
Fax: 888-389-2756
Illinois US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
630-307-2756
Web Address: 
http://www.arjohuntleigh.com
Tags: 
Walking, Recreation, Personal Care, Home Management, Architectural Elements

Sold By:

Adaptive Living, Inc. / The Adaptive Living Store
Adaptive Living, Inc. / The Adaptive Living Store Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
3792 Yaeger Rd
63129 Saint Louis , MO United States
Email address: service@adaptivelivingstore.com
Phone: 877-447-7816
Fax: 314-894-2918
Missouri US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
314-845-7816
Web Address: 
http://www.adaptivelivingstore.com
 
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