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Braun Tranzsporter

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The Braun TranzSporter is a van conversion designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This raised top van features an under-vehicle wheelchair lift and a retractable power step. The van is built on a Ford E-350 van chassis with one of three available floor plans. Other features include a Q-Straint belt system, Altro flooring and plywood sub-floor, a lift-step interlock and lift light, Braun-built bench and Fold-A-Way seating, a fire extinguisher, a 10 unit first aid kit, a Triangle flare kit, a seat belt cutter, a backup alarm, a Ford-certified aft-axle fuel tank, and rear heat and air conditioning. OPTIONS: Overhead storage box; Mor/Ryde suspension system; Echo Vision backup alarm; special mounted floor track to accommodate large wheelchairs; Q-Straint retractable belt system; front passenger seat; diesel fuel. Three floor plans are available. Package TA includes seating for 11 ambulatory passengers or one wheelchair user plus seven ambulatory passengers; Package TB includes seating for 11 ambulatory passengers or two wheelchair users plus five ambulatory passengers; and Package TC offers seating for 11 ambulatory passengers or three wheelchair users and three ambulatory passengers. DIMENSIONS: 18 or 24 inch raised top.

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as of: 
09/15/2004
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Braunability / The Braun Corporation
Braunability / The Braun Corporation Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
627 West 11th, Box 310
46996 Winamac , IN United States
Phone: 800-843-5438
Fax: 574-946-4670
Indiana US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
574-946-6153
Web Address: 
http://www.braunability.com
Tags: 
Transportation, Architectural Elements
 
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