2
range
Owner’s Manual
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2 Issue 4
2 range
How to use this manual
We at Sunrise Medical want you to get the best out of your Quickie 2
wheelchair. This Owner’s Manual will familiarise you with the chair and its
features. It contains hints on everyday usage and general care in addition to
information on the high quality standards which we adhere to and details
about the guarantee. This manual gives information on all features without
stating whether they are optional or standard. For this information refer to
the order/prescription form or your prescriber/supplier.
Your wheelchair will reach you in excellent condition having been personally
inspected before leaving our factory. By following the guidelines for
maintenance and cleaning on pages 42-43 your wheelchair will maintain its
first class condition and give you complete satisfaction.
For ease of use
Warning denotes a risk of personal injury or damage to
your chair and ! indicates points which will improve the performance and
safety of your chair.
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Contents
Introduction
page 1
Guarantee
page 2
Features and options
page 3
Safety tips
page 4
Using your chair
page 5 - 16
Footrests
page 17 - 19
Elevating legrests
page 20
Armrests
page 21 - 22
Quick-release axles
page 22
Backrest
page 23
Push Handles
page 24
Wheel locks
page 25
Chair adjustments
page 26 - 37
Lap belt instructions
page 38 - 40
Transportation
page 41
Maintenance schedule
page 42
Cleaning guidelines, accessories and tools
page 43
Technical data
page 44
Sunrise Medical
page 45
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Introduction
Sunrise is dedicated to providing products of exacting quality which conform
fully and reliably to the requirements of their intended use.
This wheelchair is to be used to aid individuals with limited or no personal
mobility. The Quickie 2 range is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
The maximum user weight for the adult chair is 113kg (250lb), and 65kg
(143lb) for the kids version.
Sunrise is accredited to BS EN ISO 9001, which is the internationally
recognised standard for quality management systems. This approval ensures
we provide quality in all areas of our business from development through to
final delivery.
This product is manufactured to comply with the
‘Medical Device Directive’ 93/42/EEC.
If you have any queries about the use, maintenance or safety of your
wheelchair please contact your wheelchair prescriber/supplier. Sunrise
Medical will be pleased to answer any other questions that you may have and
can provide a list of approved Sunrise Medical agents on request to:
SUNRISE MEDICAL LIMITED
HIGH STREET WOLLASTON
WEST MIDLANDS DY8 4PS
ENGLAND
Telephone 01384 44 66 88 Fax. 01384 44 66 99
International Telephone +44 1384 44 66 88
Fax.+44 1384 44 66 99
www.sunrisemedical.co.uk
Serial Number:
Inspected by:
Your local dealer:
Your local dealer:
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Guarantee
7 Items of a consumable nature will not normally be
covered during the 12 month warranty period unless
such items have suffered undue wear as a direct
result of an original manufacturing defect. These
items include amongst others, lubricants, motor
brushes, upholstery, tyres, inner tubes, brakes and
similar parts. Batteries will be covered by the
warranty only where they have been charged and
maintained fully in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendations.
8 Under normal circumstances no responsibility will
be accepted where the goods have required repair
or replacement as a direct result of:
a) The goods or part not having been maintained in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
recommendations, where such exist and using
only the specified original equipment parts.
b) The goods or part having been damaged by
neglect, accident or improper use.
c) The goods or part having been altered from the
manufacturer’s specifications, or repairs having
been attempted prior to the designated repairer
being notified.
d) Fair wear and tear.
Please keep a note of your local service agent’s
address and telephone number in the space provided
on the previous page. In the event of a breakdown,
contact them and try to give all relevant details so
they can help you quickly.
The wheelchairs shown and described in this manual
may not be exactly the same in every detail as your
own model. However, all instructions are still entirely
relevant, irrespective of detail differences.
The manufacturer reserves the right to alter without
notice any weights, measurements or other technical
data shown in this manual. All figures, measurements,
and capacities shown in this manual are approximate,
and do not constitute specifications.
Your guarantee
The guarantee form is included in the Sunrise Pack,
which accompanies the chair on delivery. Please fill in
the relevant details and return to us to register your
entitlement. The guarantee is for your information.
THIS IN NO WAY AFFECTS YOUR STATUTORY
RIGHTS.
Sunrise Medical guarantees the frame on Quickie
wheelchairs against defects in materials and
workmanship for the lifetime of the original purchaser.
All Quickie wheelchairs, parts and components
(including frame components, axle plates, castors,
armrest, backrests etc.) are guaranteed against
defects in materials and workmanship for one year
from purchase date.
Warranty conditions
1 This warranty does not affect the statutory rights of
the Customer but if the Customer wishes to have
the benefit of the Company’s warranty the Customer
must comply with the provisions set out below.
2 In the event of a defect in the goods supplied
becoming apparent within the warranty period which
commences from the delivery date the Company
either itself or by an authorised dealer repair agent
will effect any necessary repair or replacement of
parts free of charge on condition that the Customer
complies with the following provisions of this
warranty.
3 Any part repaired or replaced during the warranty
period is warranted for the remainder of the duration
of that period.
4 The arrangements for repairs and service and the
designated repairer will be notified to the Customer
by the Company and will be confirmed at any time
on request.
5 ON A DEFECT OCCURRING DURING THE
WARRANTY PERIOD THE CUSTOMER MUST
NOTIFY THE DESIGNATED REPAIRER
IMMEDIATELY GIVING FULL INFORMATION AS
TO THE PROBLEM AND NO USE MUST BE MADE
OF THE GOODS AND NO ALTERATION OR
UNAUTHORISED REPAIRS MADE TO THE
GOODS PRIOR TO INSPECTION BY THE
DESIGNATED REPAIRER.
6 If the Customer is operating the Goods away from
the locality of the designated repairer the Customer
must contact the Company to obtain the name and
address of another repairer authorised by the
Company. If the Customer is operating the Goods
outside the UK the Customer must bear the
transport, insurance and packaging costs incurred in
having the Goods repaired or replaced by an
authorised repairer of the Company.
Please remember to fill in and post the
guarantee registration card enclosed with this
manual. Sunrise Medical Limited recommend
that you do not undertake maintenance tasks
other than those explained in this manual. Your
local approved Sunrise Medical service agent
is fully trained by Sunrise Medical to carry out
detailed maintenance as and when required.
Use only genuine Sunrise Medical
replacement parts.
Sunrise Medical Limited
High Street, Wollaston, West Midlands DY8 4PS England
Tel 01384 44 66 88 Fax 01384 44 66 99
www.sunrisemedical.co.uk
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Features and options
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2
3
4
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2
3
4
5
6
10
9
8
Armrests, height adjustable
shown.
Backrest.
Pneumatic tyre.
Aluminium handrim.
Quick-release axle.
Adjustable axle plate.
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8
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10
11
12
3
7
6
5
X spoked wheel.
Wheel lock.
Castor assembly.
Swing-away release catch.
Flip up footrests.
Seat cushion.
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Safety tips
Wheelies
Anti-tip tubes
Doing a wheelie (tilting the
wheelchair backward to its balance
point) is dangerous, as the chair
may tip over. Wheelies should only
be performed by experienced
users. Do not attempt to learn or
practice this manoeuvre without the
aid of an attendant.
Under normal use, anti-tip tubes
will prevent the wheelchair from
tipping over backwards. Anti-tip
tubes are available from your local
wheelchair prescriber/supplier.
Sunrise Medical recommends antitip tubes for first time and less
experienced wheelchair users.
Footrests
Tyre pressure
The lowest point of the footrest
plates should be at least 63mm
(2½") from the ground to allow
proper clearance. Never stand on
the footrests because the chair may
tip over.
Ensure that pneumatic tyres are
properly inflated. The correct tyre
pressure is 450 kilopascals/
4.5 bar(65psi) for the rear wheels
and 250 kilopascals/2.5 bar (36 psi)
for the castors (front wheels). Low
tyre pressure may allow the rear
wheels locks to slip.
Warning:
Never lift the wheelchair by the
swing-away footrests, or elevating
legrests or armrests. These parts
are detachable. Lifting the wheelchair
by them may cause damage to the
chair or injury to the user.
Armrests
Always secure swing-away or
height adjustable armrests before
using the wheelchair. Never lift the
wheelchair by the armrests. These
parts are detachable and lifting the
wheelchair by them may cause
damage to the chair and/or injury to
the user.
Kerbs, inclines, obstacles and
ramps
Always practice with a qualified
attendant before attempting to
negotiate kerbs, inclines or ramps
alone. It is important for you to
develop safe techniques suited to
your abilities. Do not attempt to go
up or down inclines greater than
10% (1 in 10).
Transfers
Guidelines on how to do a side
transfer are provided in this
manual, however, this is only one
method of transfer and you should
work with your wheelchair
prescriber/supplier to develop a
technique which best suits your
abilities.
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Folding your chair
Opening
Tilt the wheelchair towards you far
enough to take the weight off the
opposite wheel (Fig. 1). Push down
with the palm of the hand on the
crossbrace (1) closest to you until the
wheelchair has completely opened.
Allow the chair to return to an upright
position on all four wheels. Complete
the opening procedure by now
standing in front of the chair, placing
the palms of your hands on both seat
rails, and pressing down making sure
the seat rail snaps into the rail
saddles (2).
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2
Fig. 1
Folding
Flip up the footplates to a vertical
position (Fig. 2) before folding the
wheelchair. Standing to one side of
the chair, reach down and grasp
the seat sling at both the front and
the back between your hands. Lift
sharply to disengage the seat sling
rails from their frame saddles. Once
disengaged continue with an upward
lift until the wheelchair is completely
folded.
Fig. 2
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Using your chair
Water, snow and ice
3. Always use good posture and
proper body mechanics. When
you lift or support the rider or
chair, bend your knees slightly
and keep your back as upright
and straight as you can.
Contact with water, snow or ice
may affect the performance of your
wheelchair.
1. Never use your wheelchair in a
pool or other body of water.
4. Unlock and rotate anti-tip tubes
up out of the way, to avoid a trip
or fall, when operating the chair
from the back.
2. If your chair becomes wet, or if
you use water to clean it, dry the
chair thoroughly as soon as you
can.
5. Always lock the rear wheels and
lock anti-tip tubes in the down
position if you must leave the
rider alone, even for a moment.
Doing so will reduce the risk of a
tip over or loss of control of the
chair.
When you need assistance
Warning:
If you fail to heed the following
warnings, a fall or tip over may
occur and cause severe injury to
you or to your attendant.
Centre of balance
For the Rider:
Warning:
You should make sure that persons
who assist you, read and follow all
warnings and instructions that
apply to that use. Before using this
chair each attendant must know
what to do to ensure safety.
The point where this chair will tip
forward, backward or to the side
depends on its centre of balance
and stability. If you fail to heed
these warnings a fall or tip over
may occur and cause severe injury
to you:
For Attendants:
1. Put the rider at ease. Tell the
rider what you plan to do and
explain what you expect the rider
to do.
1. The most important adjustment
to your chair is the position of the
rear axles. The further you move
the rear axles forward, the more
likely it is that your chair will tip
over backward.
2. Work with the rider’s doctor,
nurse or therapist to learn safe
methods best suited to your
abilities and those of the rider.
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! Consult your doctor, nurse or
therapist to find out what axle
position is best for you.
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Using your chair
Centre of balance (continued)
Dressing and changing
clothes
2. Changing the setup of this chair
increases the risk of a fall or tip
over. Be very careful if you make
a change to any of the following:
Warning:
Your weight may shift if you dress
or change clothes while seated in
this chair. This may cause a fall or
tip over and severe injury to you.
To help prevent this you should:
! The position of the rear axles,
the distance between the rear
wheels or the amount of rear
wheel camber.
! The distance between the
1. Rotate the front castors to the
forward position.
centre of the front castors and
rear wheels and the angle of the
castors.
2. Lock anti-tip tubes in the down
position if your chair has anti-tip
tubes.
3. To avoid a fall or tip over you
should:
3. Back your chair up against a wall
and lock both rear wheels.
! Have someone help you until
you know the balance points of
your chair and how to avoid a tip
over.
! Use anti-tip tubes until you
are sure you are not at risk to tip
over.
4. The centre of balance and
stability of your chair are also
affected by:
! A shift in your body position,
posture or weight distribution.
! Riding your chair on a sloped
surface.
! Fitted seating systems.
Refer to the sections that follow to
learn how you can reduce the risk
of a fall or tip over by proper use of
this chair.
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Using your chair
Wheelies
(rear wheel balance)
Follow these steps when learning
to do a wheelie with help:
A wheelie is performed by
balancing on the rear wheels of
your chair, while the front castors
are raised off the ground. If done
safely, it can help you overcome
kerbs and other obstacles.
1. The attendant should be at the
rear of the chair, and must be
able to move with the chair to
prevent a tip over.
2. The attendant’s hands should be
beneath the push handles, ready
to catch you if you tip too far
backward.
Warning:
It is dangerous to do a wheelie, as
you may fall or tip over backward
and suffer a severe injury. Make
sure that you heed these warnings:
3. When the attendant is in
position, place your hands on
the forward area of the
handrims.
1. Consult your doctor, nurse or
therapist to find out if you are a
good candidate to learn to do a
wheelie.
4. Make a quick backward
movement of the rear wheels,
immediately followed by a hard
forward thrust. This will tilt the
chair backwards and lift the
castors from the ground.
Try to find the balance point,
which is the point where you will
not fall backwards or forwards.
2. Do not try to do a wheelie unless
you are a highly skilled rider or
unless you have help.
3. Make sure that anti-tip tubes are
up, out of the way, so they do
not interfere.
5. Maintain your balance by small
movements of the handrims.
4. When learning to do a wheelie,
make sure that this chair has
push handles. The attendant
needs secure points to hold the
rear of the chair to prevent the
user from tipping over
backwards.
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Using your chair
Doorways and obstacles
Warning:
1. As much as possible ensure that
the floor areas where you use
the chair are level and free of
obstacles by:
! removing or covering
threshold strips between rooms,
! installing a ramp at entry or
exit doors.
2. If your chair has anti-tip tubes,
make sure you lock them in the
down position before you go
over an obstacle.
3. Keep both your hands on the
handrims. If you fail to do so,
you may lose control of your
chair and tip over.
4. Do not propel you chair by
pushing or pulling on an object.
Never pull yourself through a
doorway by grabbing the
doorjambs with one or both hands.
5. To help correct the centre of
balance of your chair you
should:
! lean your upper body forward
slightly as you go up over an
obstacle.
! press your upper body
backward as you go down from
a higher to a lower level.
Reaching or leaning
Warning:
Reaching or leaning affects the centre
of balance of your chair if you fail to
heed these warnings, a fall or tip over
may occur and cause severe injury to you.
1. Avoid reaching or leaning if you
must shift your weight to do so.
Moving forwards in your seat
may cause the chair to tip
forward. Always keep your lower
back in contact with the
backrest. Ask for help or use a
device to extend your reach.
2. Never reach with both hands. If
you do so, you may not be able
to catch yourself to prevent a fall
if the chair tips.
3. Never lean backwards to reach
for an object unless your chair
has anti-tip tubes and they are
locked in the down position.
4. If you must reach or lean from
your wheelchair:
! rotate the front castors to the
forward position. To do this,
move your chair past the object,
then back up alongside it.
! place your chair as close as
you can to the object you wish to
reach.
! steady yourself by firmly
grasping an armrest with one
hand. This will help you prevent
a fall if the chair tips.
! avoid putting pressure on the
footrests while reaching. This
may cause the chair to tip
forward.
! do not lock the rear wheels.
This creates a tipping point and
makes a fall or tip over more
likely.
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Using your chair
Slopes and hills
Warning:
Going up or down a slope (Fig. 3) or
riding on the side of a hill (Fig. 4)
will change the centre of balance of
your chair. If you fail to heed these
warnings you may suffer a severe
injury from a tip over, fall or loss of
control:
1. Lean or press your body uphill to
help correct the change in the
centre of balance.
2. Avoid turning on a slope or the
side of a hill, as a tip over is
likely. Always go as straight up
and straight down as you can.
3. Be very careful if you must climb a
slope greater than 10% (1 in 10).
Ask for help if the slope may be
beyond your ability.
10% MAXIMUM SLOPE
Fig. 3
! On a steep slope, anti-tip
tubes may not prevent a tip over.
! On a steep slope, you may
not be able to reach the top
without stopping. If you have to
stop turn the chair sideways on
to the hill otherwise you may lose
control and tip over.
4. Always control your speed when
going downhill. If you go too fast,
you may not be able to control
your chair. Ask for help if the
slope may be beyond your ability.
! You can control your speed by
keeping constant pressure on the
handrims.
! Never use the rear wheel locks to
try to slow or stop your wheelchair.
Doing so is likely to cause you to
veer out of control or tip over.
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10% MAXIMUM SIDE HILL SLOPE
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Using your chair
7. Be careful of the footrests. To
avoid a trip or fall when you
transfer you should:
! make sure that your feet do
not hang up or get caught on the
footrests.
! avoid putting weight on the
footrests as the chair may tip
forwards.
! If you can, remove or swing
the footrests out of the way.
Transfers
Warning:
If you fail to heed these warnings, a
fall or tip over may occur and cause
severe injury to you:
1. Transfers require good balance
and agility and are very
dangerous. Be aware that there
is a point during each transfer
when the wheelchair seat is not
below you.
2. To avoid a fall, you should:
! learn how to position your
body and how to support
yourself during the transfer.
! work with your doctor, nurse
or therapist to learn safe transfer
methods.
! have someone help you until
you are sure you can perform
safe transfers on your own.
3. Wherever possible position your
wheelchair as illustrated in Fig. 5
and 6.
Fig. 5
4. Always lock the rear wheels
before you transfer to keep the
chair from rolling.
Locking the rear wheels will not
always keep your chair from
sliding away from you or tipping.
5. Rotate the front castors forward
to make the chair more stable.
6. If your chair has armrests, make
sure that they are out of the way
and do not interfere.
Fig. 6
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Using your chair
Kerbs and single steps
Warning:
If you fall to heed these warnings, a
fall or tip over may occur and cause
severe injury to you or others:
1. Never try to climb or descend a
kerb or step alone unless you
are a skilled rider and:
! you can safely do a wheelie;
and
! you are sure you have the
upper body strength needed to
do so.
2. Unlock and rotate anti-tip tubes
up, out of the way, so they do
not interfere.
100mm (4") MAXIMUM KERB HEIGHT
3. Do not try to climb a kerb or step
more than 100mm (4") high
unless you have help; your chair
may exceed its balance point
and tip over (Fig. 7).
Fig. 7
4. When you have an attendant,
make sure that the chair has
push handles. The attendant
must have secure points to
hold the rear of the chair.
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Using your chair
Tips for descending a kerb or
single step with help
Read and follow the warnings for
attendants. To help the rider
descend a kerb or single step in a
backward direction:
1. Check to make sure that push
handle grips will not rotate or slip
off.
2. Always stay behind the
wheelchair (Fig. 8).
3. Before you reach the edge of the
kerb or step, turn the chair
around and pull it backwards.
4. While looking over your
shoulder, carefully step back
until you are off the kerb or step
and standing on the lower level.
100mm (4") MAXIMUM KERB HEIGHT
Fig. 8
5. Pull the chair towards you until
the rear wheels reach the edge of
the kerb or step. Then allow the
rear wheels to slowly roll down
onto the lower level (Fig. 9).
6. When the rear wheels are safely
on the lower level, tilt the chair
back to its balance point. This
will lift the front castors off the
kerb or step.
7. Keep the balance position and
take small steps backwards.
Turn the chair around and
carefully lower the front castors
to the ground.
100mm (4") MAXIMUM KERB HEIGHT
Fig. 9
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Using your chair
Tips for climbing a kerb or
single step with help
Read and follow the warnings for
attendants. To help the rider mount
a kerb or single step in a forward
direction:
1. Always stay behind the
wheelchair.
2. Face the kerb and tilt the chair
up on the rear wheels so that the
front castors clear the kerb or
step (Fig. 10).
3. Move forward, placing the front
castors on the upper level as
soon as you are sure that they
are past the edge.
100mm (4") MAXIMUM KERB HEIGHT
4. Continue forward until the rear
wheels contact the face of the
kerb or step (Fig. 11). Lift and roll
the rear wheels to the upper
level.
Fig. 10
100mm (4") MAXIMUM KERB HEIGHT
Fig. 11
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Using your chair
2. The attendant at the rear is in
control. He or she tilts the chair
back to its balance point (Fig. 12).
Moving a chair and rider up
or down stairs
Warning:
3. A second attendant at the front
firmly grasps a non-detachable
part of the front frame and lifts
the chair up and over one step at
a time.
Where possible, avoid carrying out
this manoeuvre to prevent
attendant injury.
Read and follow the warnings for
attendants. If you fail to heed these
warnings a fall or tip over may
occur and cause severe injury to
the rider and/or attendants:
4. The attendants reposition
themselves on the next step up
and repeat the same procedure
for each step. When the landing
is reached, return the chair to its
upright position.
1. Always use two or more
attendants when moving a chair
and rider up or down stairs
(Fig. 12).
2. Make sure that this chair has
push handles and that the grips
will not rotate or slip off. The
attendant at the rear needs
secure hand-holds to bear the
weight of the chair and rider.
3. Use only non-detachable parts
of the main frame as hand-holds.
4. Make sure that the rider is
secure in the chair, with his or
her feet, arms and hands safely
out of the way of any obstacles.
Tips for climbing stairs with
help
Read and follow the warnings for
attendants. Follow these steps
when helping the rider climb stairs:
1. Move the chair and rider
backwards up the stairs.
Fig. 12
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Using your chair
Tips for descending stairs with
help
Read and follow the warnings for
attendants. Follow these steps
when helping the rider descend
stairs:
1. Move the chair and rider forward
down the stairs (Fig. 13).
2. The attendant at the rear is in
control. He or she tilts the chair
to the balance point of the rear
wheels and rolls it to the edge of
the top step.
3. A second attendant stands firmly
on a lower step and grasps the
chair frame. Both attendants
lower the chair one step at a
time by letting the rear wheels
roll over the step edge.
Fig. 13
4. The attendants move to the next
step down and repeat the same
procedure for each step. When
the landing is reached return the
chair to its upright position.
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Chair features
Swing-away footrests
Swing-away footrests (Fig. 14)
enable easier forward transfers
from your chair to be performed.
Releasing footrests
2
To release the footrest, push the
release latch (1) toward the frame
(2), and rotate the footrest outward.
To remove the footrest from the
chair lift vertically from this position.
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Fig. 14
Replacing footrests
To replace a footrest (Fig. 15),
place the swingaway pivot saddle
(3) into the receiver (4) on the
frame (2) with the footrest facing
outward from the frame. Rotate the
footrest inward until it locks into
place on the locking stud (5).
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4
2
5
Fig. 15
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Chair features
90O adjustable flip up footrests
The 90O kids footrest is shown in
Fig. 16.
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Releasing footrests
To release the footrest (Fig. 16),
push the release latch (1) toward
the frame (2), and rotate the
footrest outward. To remove the
footrest from the chair lift vertically
from this position.
Fig. 16
Replacing footrests
3
To replace the footrest (Fig. 17),
place the swing-away pivot saddle
(3) into the receiver (4) on the
frame (2) with the footrest facing
outward from the frame. Rotate the
footrest inward until it locks into
place on the locking stud (5).
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5
Fig. 17
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Chair features
Fixed flip up footrest
Fig. 18 shows the flip up footplate
and Fig. 19 the one piece flip up
footplate.
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
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Chair features
Elevating legrests
To install or remove elevating
legrests (ELR) see instructions for
swing-away footrest assembly on
previous pages. To raise the ELR,
lift to the desired position, the ELR
will automatically lock in place. To
lower the ELR while seated in the
wheelchair, press the release lever
(1) and lower the legrest to the
required position. The ELR will
automatically lock in place (Fig. 20).
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kids models
Warning:
Pressure and leg weight must be
off the ELR before positioning.
While making adjustment, either
hold leg, remove leg from legrest or
ask for assistance.
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Adult models
Articulating elevating legrests
To fit or remove articulating legrests
see instructions for swing-away
legrests.
Fig. 20
To raise the legrest (2) lift to the
desired position, where it will
automatically lock into place.
3
To lower the legrest whilst seated in
the chair push the release lever (3)
forwards and lower the legrest to
the desired position. Release the
lever, the legrest will lock into
position (Fig. 21).
2
Fig. 21
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Chair features
Height-adjustable armrests
To install armrests, slide the outer
arm post (1) into the receiver (2).
The armrest will automatically lock
in place (Fig. 22).
4
3
To adjust the armrest height, rotate
the release lever (3) to the second
stop (Fig. 22B). Slide the armrest
pad (4) up or down to the desired
height and return the lever to the
locked position. Push the arm pad
until the upper arm post locks firmly
in place.
1
2
To detach the armrest, rotate the
release lever to the first stop and
remove the armrest (Fig. 22C). To
replace the armrest, slide the
armrest back into the receiver and
return the release lever to locked
position (Fig. 22).
5
Fig. 22
Fig. 22B
The armrest can be adjusted to
remove free play in the receiver
and inner arm post (Fig. 22). To
tighten or loosen the fit of the outer
post in the receiver, first loosen the
four 10mm A/F bolts (5) two on
each side of the receiver. With the
armrest in the receiver, squeeze
the receiver to achieve the desired
fit, then tighten the four bolts. To
adjust the fit of the inner arm post,
two set screws (6) are installed in
the outer arm post (Fig 22D). Turn
the set screws in or out until the
desired fit is achieved using a
3/32" Allen key.
Fig.22C
6
Fig. 22 D
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Chair features
Swing-away armrests
Swing-away, removeable armrests
(Fig. 23) are installed by sliding the
armrest tube (1) into the receiver
(2) on the rear frame tube, aligning
the slot on the end of the tube with
the screw (3). To remove the
armrest simply pull upwards until
the tube clears the receiver.
To rotate the armrest pull upwards for
approximately 25mm (1") and rotate
away from the chair.
1
2
3
Fig. 23
Quick-release axles
To remove quick-release axles
(Fig. 24) simply press the quick
release button (1) which is located
in the wheel hub (2), and grip the
wheel through the spokes (3)
around the hub and pull the axle
out of its sleeve (4). To replace,
slide the axle into the sleeve until
the release button ‘pops’ out and
the two locking pins (5) are visible
on the inside (6) of the sleeve.
6
4
2
Warning:
5
The axle is not secure until the
outside quick-release button pops
out to its fully extended position, and
the locking pins (5) on the inside of
the axle are in the locked position.
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Fig. 24
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Chair features
Backrest
The backrest comes in three height
ranges with 63mm (2½") height
adjustment in each range (Fig. 25).
The upholstery comes with front
and rear insert slots. The rear slot
(with no opening) accommodates a
standard back. The front slot (with
top opening) is used for push
handle backs.
Fig. 25
Optima backrest and upholstery
Optima backrest upholstery is
shown in Fig. 26. Adjustable
Velcro® straps allow the backrest to
be shaped to follow the exact
profile of your back.
Fig. 26
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Chair features
Height adjustable integrated
push handles
1
2
To adjust the height of the push
handles (1) loosen the adjustment
knobs (2). Set the push handles to
the required position and re-tighten
the knobs (Fig. 27).
Fig. 27
Stabiliser bar
To provide these chairs with
additional rigidity a stabiliser bar (1)
is also supplied (Fig. 28). To
remove the bar, prior to folding the
chair, the levers (2) need to be
depressed on both sides of the bar;
whilst keeping the levers depressed
the bar can be removed, by pulling
it backwards.
1
2
Fig. 28
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Chair features
Wheel locks
2
High mount push-to-lock wheel
locks or low mount push-to-lock
wheel locks are shown in Figs. 29
and 30.
1
High mount
The wheel lock mounts on a
clamping system (1) and is
correctly set prior to leaving the
factory (Fig. 29). To apply the wheel
lock simply push the operating
lever (2) forwards until you feel it go
over centre, and the grip bar (3)
grips the tyre (4).
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4
Scissor wheel lock
Scissor wheel locks (Fig. 30) are
mounted on clamping systems (1)
and are correctly set prior to leaving
the factory. To apply the wheel lock
pull the operating lever (2) forwards
until you feel it go over centre, and
the grip arm (3) grips the tyre (4).
Scissor locks can also be mounted
on the lower frame tubes (Fig. 30B).
When mounted in the lower position
the left hand lock must be mounted
on top of the right hand frame, and
vice versa.
Fig. 29
Fig. 30
4
3
1
2
Warning:
Wheel locks are not brakes
designed to slow down the chair
when it is moving. Wheel locks,
when properly adjusted, prevent
the rear wheels from turning when
the chair is stationary.
Fig. 30B
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Chair adjustments
Swing-away footplates
To adjust the height of swing-away
footplates (Fig. 31), loosen the
screw (1), located as shown, using
a 4mm Allen key and set the
footplate height to the required
position. Tighten the screw to
5-8Nm torque using a 4mm Allen
key.
1
Fig. 31
Footplate angle adjustment
(90o adjustable flip up footplate)
To adjust the height of this type of
footplate (Fig. 32) unscrew and
remove the retaining screw (1), nut
(2) and saddle washer (3) as
shown, move the footplate to the
desired height, and replace the
retaining screw (1), saddle washer
(3) and nut (2) and tighten to 8-10
Nm torque. Use a 4mm Allen key
and 10mm A/F spanner.
3
1
2
Fig. 32
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Chair adjustments
Footplate angle (90o adjustable
flip up footplate)
1
2
To adjust the angle of the footplate,
(Fig. 33) loosen the two retaining
screws (1) sufficient to allow the
footplate (2) to rotate. Rotate the
footplate to the desired angle and
tighten the screws to 8-10Nm
torque, using a 4mm Allen key.
Forward or backward adjustment
The footplate can also be moved
forwards or backwards (Fig. 33)
by removing the two screws (1),
moving the footplate (2) forwards
or backwards and aligning the
holes in the footplate with the
holes in the receiver (3). Replace
the screws and tighten as above.
3
Fig. 33
Adjusting Optima upholstery
To adjust the upholstery first lift up
the back flap (1) covering the strips,
with the user sitting in the chair,
proceed to loosen or tighten each
individual strap (2) (Fig. 34).
1
2
It is necessary to follow the profile
of the users back. (In practice this
will generally mean tightening the
straps around the lumbar region,
and loosening the straps around
the posterior and upper back).
These adjustments should only be
performed by a qualified therapist.
Fig. 34
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Chair adjustments
Flip up footrests. Fixed front
frame
To adjust the height of flip up
footrest, remove the bolt (1) as
shown, (use a 10mm A/F spanner)
move the footrest assembly to the
desired position, ensuring the hole
(2) in the outer tube (3) align with
the hole in the inner tube (4).
Replace the bolt and tighten to
5Nm torque setting (Fig. 35).
2
3
1
4
Fig. 35
Adjusting the angle of Optima
backrests
To adjust the angle of Optima
backrests (Fig. 36) remove screw (1)
and nut (2) and adjusting washer (3).
Use a 4mm Allen key and a 10mm
A/F spanner. Loosen screw (4)
sufficiently to allow brackets (5-6) to
rotate. Turn the adjusting washer
round to the desired angle and
replace it into the recess (7) with all
the holes in line. Replace the screw
(1) and nut (2) and tighten to 8-10Nm
torque. Tighten screw (4) to 8-10Nm
torque.
4
7
1
Fig. 36
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5
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Chair adjustments
Wheel locks
1
2
To adjust, loosen the screws (1) on
the top of each clamp (2). Using a
5mm Allen key turn one of the
screws anticlockwise ¼ turn
(Fig. 37). Repeat the process with
the second of the two screws.
Loosen the screws until the clamp
can slide freely. Slide the clamp
towards the rear wheel until the grip
bar (3) embeds into the tyre (4)
approximately 4mm (3/16") when in
the locked position. Tighten the
screws to a torque setting of 15Nm.
Some adjustments to the wheel
lock position can be accomplished
without moving the clamp. To
adjust, loosen the two screws as
above. Slide the mounting bar (5)
forward or backwards and rotate it
to the correct angle position. The
grip bar should embed into the tyre
approximately 4mm (3/16") when in
the locked position. Tighten the
screws to a torque setting of 15Nm.
4
3
5
Fig. 37
Warning:
Wheel locks when properly
adjusted, prevent the rear wheels
from turning when the chair is
stationary. Always adjust the wheel
locks after making any changes to
the rear axle sleeves position, so
that the grip bar embeds into the
tyre approximately 4mm (3/16")
when in the locked position.
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Chair adjustments
Scissor locks
To adjust low mounted wheel locks
the two retaining screws (1) must
be loosened a ¼ turn at a time,
using a 5mm A/F Allen key,
alternating between the two screws
until the clamp (2) can slide along
the frame tube (3). The grip bar (4)
must embed into the tyre (5)
approximately 4mm (3/16") to be
correctly set. When the correct
setting is achieved tighten the
retaining screws ¼ turn at a time to
a torque setting of 15Nm (Fig. 38).
5
4
1
2
Fig. 38
Centre of gravity
5
Note:
After changing the centre of
gravity always check:Toe in/toe out (Fig. 43, page 32)
Angle of castors (Fig. 46,
page 34) Both axles are in
identical positions.
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1
The centre of gravity (Fig. 39) is
adjusted by moving the axle sleeve
(1) backward or forward on the
indexed axle plate (2). To move the
axle sleeve undo the outer 28mm
A/F retaining nut (3) sufficiently to
allow the locking washer (4) and
the axle sleeve assembly to slide in
the axle plate, find the desired
index slot (5) and tighten the
retaining nuts to 45Nm torque.
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3
Chair adjustments
Rear axle positions seat height
1
Seat height (Fig. 40) can be
adjusted by moving the axle plate
(1) up or down the frame within a
range of 50mm (2") seat height
adjustment. The four bolts (3) and
nuts (4) per axle plate must be
removed and positioned as
required, then tightened to 8-10Nm
torque, using two 10mm A/F spanners.
2
4
Both axle plates must be positioned
in the same hole setting on each
side to ensure that the chair is level.
Note:
After changing the seat height
always check:
Toe in/toe out (Fig. 43, page 32)
Angle of castors (Fig. 46, page 34)
Both axles are in identical
positions.
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Fig. 40
Wheelbase width
1
The wheelbase width is adjusted by
loosening the inner (1) and outer
28mm A/F axle sleeve nuts (2),
using adjustable spanners, and
positioning the axle sleeve (3)
where required. The nuts must be
tightened using a torque spanner to
45Nm torque (Fig. 41).
3
Note:
To achieve the narrowest
possible wheelbase the axle
plates may be positioned on the
inside of the frame tubes. Both
axles should be positioned
identically.
2
Fig. 41
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Chair adjustments
Rear axle camber
4
Wheel camber is preset at the
factory at 2O. More or less camber
can be obtained by increasing or
decreasing the number of camber
washers (1) located between the
bottom of the axle plate (2) and
frame (3) (Fig. 42). The 10mm A/F
retaining bolts (4) and nuts (5) must
be removed, the required number
of washers inserted and the
retaining bolts and nuts replaced
and tightened to 8-10Nm torque.
2
3
5
Note:
Both axles must be set in an
identical manner.
1
4
Rear axle toe in or toe out
The toe in is set at the factory.
Fig. 42
Should you require more toe in or
toe out (Fig. 43B) increase or
decrease the number of washers
(1) at the front or rear of the axle
plate (2). More washers at the front
decreases toe in and increases toe
out. More washers at the rear
increases toe in and decreases toe
out. Remove the four 10mm A/F
axle plate nuts (3) and bolts (4),
add or remove washers as required
and replace the bolts and nuts and
tighten to 8-10Nm torque (Fig. 43).
Fig. 43
1
3
2
Warning
4
Always ensure that toe in/toe out is
less than 15mm. Excessive toe in/
toe out may cause higher wear on
the tyres and friction when riding
the chair in a straight line.
Fig. 43B
Front
Toe out
Straight
Toe in
Top view of wheelchair
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Chair adjustments
Castor bearing play
1
To adjust the castor bearing play
(Fig. 44), prise off the dust cover
(1) from the bearing housing (2),
and adjust the play by tightening
the retaining nut (3), using a 19mm
A/F socket spanner. Tighten 1/8
turn at a time until the play is taken
out, but still allowing free rotation of
the castor fork (4) assembly.
Replace the dust cover.
3
4
2
Fig. 44
Seat height adjustment
Two-hole castor forks (Fig. 45)
allow you to interchange 125mm
(5"), 150mm (6") and 200mm (8")
castor wheels and to adjust the
seat height. To adjust, remove the
axle bolt (1) and nut (2) with a
13mm A/F spanner and remove the
castor wheel (3). Either change the
castor wheel size and/or position
the castor wheel upward or
downward in the desired pre-drilled
holes (4) 25mm (1") apart on the
castor fork (5). Replace the bolt
and tighten to 27Nm torque.
5
4
2
3
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Fig. 45
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Castor angle adjustment
For optimum performance, the
castor housing should always be at
90O to the floor, (perpendicular to
the ground). This adjustment is
made with an eccentric (offset)
attachment bolt mechanism (1). To
change the angle, place the chair
on a flat surface (such as a table).
Remove the 10mm A/F bolt nuts (2)
from the rear side of the castor
housing (3). You will note that the
castor housing is slotted at the side
for adjustment. Place a large right
angled object (4) against the flat
surface and the front surface of the
castor housing (5). This will align
the castor stem rotational axis
perpendicular to the flat surface.
Rotate the bolts independently until
they fall into position. When the
alignment is satisfactory, re-tighten
the two retaining bolts. Repeat the
process for the other castor.
Recommended torque setting:
8-10 Nm (Fig. 46).
5
1
2
3
4
90°
Fig. 46
1 FORWARD FACING
Castor reversibility
The castor plate is generally
mounted in a forward-facing
position (1). However, if additional
footrest clearance is necessary, the
castor plate can be reversed (2).
This will position the castor plate
rearward to allow more clearance.
To reverse the castor plate, the left
plate should be mounted on the
right side of the frame, and the right
plate should be mounted on the left
side of the frame (Fig. 47).
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Fig. 47
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Chair adjustments
Castor adjustment
To remove play from the castor
stem (Fig. 48), remove the dust
cover (1) by prising it off. Tighten
the nut (2) with a 19mm A/F socket
spanner until all play is removed,
yet still allows the castor fork
assembly to rotate freely. Replace
the dust cover by snapping it back
in place. (Fixed front frame).
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2
Fig. 48
Seat height adjustment
Two-hole castor forks allow you to
interchange 125mm (5"), 150mm
(6") and 200mm (8") castor wheels
and to adjust the seat height
(Fig. 49). To adjust, remove the
axle bolt (1) and nut (2) with 13mm
A/F spanners and remove the
castor wheel (3). Either change the
castor wheel size and/or position
the castor wheel upward or
downward in the desired pre-drilled
holes (4) 25mm (1") apart on the
castor fork (5). Replace the bolt
and tighten to 27Nm torque.
(Fixed front frame).
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4
5
1
2
Fig. 49
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Angle adjustment
Place the chair on a flat surface
(such as a table). Loosen the two
eccentric bolts (1) and 10mm A/F
nuts (2) that secure the castor
assembly (3) to the frame (4). See
Fig. 50. Follow the procedure
detailed on page 34 for angle
adjustment. (Fixed front frame).
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2
1
Inside mounted
To inside mount castors, reverse
positions of castor assemblies.
Remove castor assemblies from
frame (noting right positioned
castor and left positioned castor).
Inside mount right castor on the left
side and inside mount the left
castor on the right side.
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90°
Forward or backward placement
Fig. 50
Loosen the two eccentric bolts (1).
Remove the clevis pin (2) by taking
off the locking spring (3). Slide the
castor housing (4) forward or
rearward and insert clevis pin into
one of three pre-drilled frame holes
(5). Follow the procedure for angle
adjustment given above. Repeat
the process for the other castor
(Fig. 51). (Fixed front frame).
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3
1
2
5
90°
Fig. 51
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Chair adjustments
Seat sling
The seat sling can be re-tensioned
through the use of Velcro® panels
underneath the seat (2). Remove
the No 2 Philips screws (1)
retaining the left side of the seat
sling with a No 2 Philips
screwdriver, re-adjust the Velcro® to
bring the sling to its correct tension.
Replace the screws and tighten to
5-8Nm torque (Fig. 52).
1
2
Fig. 52
Backrest height
To adjust the backrest height, first
remove the upholstery (6), 10mm
A/F backrest nuts (1), bolts (2), and
upholstery tabs (3) on the rear
frame tubes (4). Slide the backrest
tubes (5) to the desired height.
Replace the bolt, upholstery tab
and nut (Fig. 53).
Tighten to 8-10Nm torque.
5
6
4
2
3
1
Fig. 53
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Lap belt instructions
Note:
Lap belts are fitted as positional aids, and are not suitable as transportation
restraints.
Step 1
Step 1
Positioning belt kit. The Positioning
belt kit contains, one positioning
belt, three tri glide buckles and two
cable ties.
Step 2
Step 2
To assemble the positioning belt.
Take the positioning belt strap and
thread through the tri-glide. Repeat
on both ends of positioning belt.
Step 3
Step 3
To fit the positioning belt to the
chair. Take the positioning belt strap
and wrap around back post.
Step 4
Step 4
Thread the positioning belt back
through the tri-glide to form a loop
around the back post. Thread
positioning strap through tri-glide as
shown in step 5.
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Lap belt instructions
Step 5
Step 5
To secure the positioning belt to the
chair. Take one of the cable ties
supplied and thread through the
positioning belt strap. Then wrap
around the frame and fasten
together. DO NOT over tighten
positioning belt. Repeat steps 3-5
with both ends of positioning belt.
Step 6
Step 6
To adjust the positioning belt use
the tri-glide buckles and the
fastening buckle.
Tri-glides
Fastening buckle
Step 7
Step 7
Generally the Lab Belt should be
fixed so that the straps sit at an
angle of approximately 45°, and
when corretly adjusted should not
allow user to slip down in the seat.
Step 8
Step 8
When fastened check space
between belt and user, when
correctly adjusted it should be
possible to insert the flat of the
hand between the beld and user.
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Lap belt instructions
The positioning belt can be used on the Quickie RXS, Quickie 2, Breezy SLTL
and Quickie 2 Millennium wheelchairs.
Quickie RXS:
Advice to client
The positioning belt must only be fitted by an
approved Sunrise Medical dealer / agent. The
positioning belt should only be adjusted by a
professional, or a Sunrise Medical approved
dealer / agent.
Quickie 2:
Quickie 2 Millennium:
The positioning belt must be checked on a daily
basis to ensure they are adjusted correctly (see
step 7) and are free from any obstruction or
adverse wear.
Sunrise Medical does not encourage the
transportation of any person in a vehicle using
this positioning belt as a method of restraint.
Please see Sunrise Medical transit booklet for
further advice on transportation.
Maintenance:
Check lap belt, and securing components, at
regular intervals for any sign of frays, or
damage. Replace if necessary.
Breezy SL/TL:
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NOTE:
The lap belt should be adjusted to suit the
end user as detailed above. Sunrise Medical
recommend that the length and fit of the belt
be checked on a regular basis to reduce the
risk of the end user inadvertently re-adjusting
the belt to an excessive length.
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Transportation
8. Any detachable accessories or
components of the wheelchair must be
removed and stored securely in the
vehicle luggage compartment during
transportation.
Transportation in vehicles
This wheelchair has been crash tested
in its standard configuration. However,
due to safety risks Sunrise Medical do
not recommend the transportation of
people in their wheelchairs.
9. The Tie down restraints should be
fitted to the main frame of the wheelchair
as indicated by the karabiner stickers,
and in the User Manual, and not to any
other part of the chair.
Should a person need to be transported
in the wheelchair on transport systems,
the following should be adhered to:
10. The Tie Down restraints should be
attached as close as possible at an
angle of 45°, and tightened securely in
accordance with the restraint
manufacturers’ instructions.
1. The wheelchair must be positioned
forward facing.
2. For tie down points on the
wheelchair, please look for the tie-down
symbols on the wheelchair.
11. The wheelchair parking brakes must
be firmly applied.
3. A head restraint must be fitted and
suitably positioned at all times during the
transportation.
4. If possible, remove seat cushion to
create a lower centre of gravity.
5. The chair is crash-tested, and has
satisfied the Dynamic test requirements
of ISO 7176-19.
6. The wheelchair must be secured by
a 4-point Tie Down Restraint system,
conforming to ISO 10542 part 2.
7. The occupant must be restrained
independently of the wheelchair by a lap
and diagonal safety belt, conforming to
ISO 10542 part 3.Sunrise Medical
postural lap belts are for postural
support only, and not suitable as
restraints during transportation.
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Maintenance schedule
All Quickie GP wheelchairs leave the factory inspected and adjusted for
immediate use. Continuous use will require routine maintenance and
adjustments, especially if original settings are altered. Initial adjustment,
carried out by your wheelchair prescriber/supplier, should accommodate
your body structure and personal preference.
The following table gives an indication as to when routine maintenance
checks should be made which will help sustain the life and efficiency of your
wheelchair.
Quickie GP range
CHECK LIST
GENERAL
1. Tyre pressure - 450 kilopascals/4.5 bar (65 psi)
(rear wheels).
250 kilopascals/2.5 bar (36 psi)
(castor wheels).
2. Wheel locks Check for loose fasteners.
3. Castor (front) wheels Check that the swing-away mechanism and castor
wheel rotate freely.
4. Roll of wheelchair Check that the wheelchair rolls in a straight line
with no excess drag or pull.
6. Folding of the backrest Check the backrest folds and opens smoothly.
Check for loose fasteners.
7. Armrests (swing-away) Check that all fasteners are secure and that all
mechanisms work freely.
5. Seat sling and back uphostery Check for wear or ‘sagginess’ in the upholstery.
8. Complete inspection, safety check and service
should be made by an authorised Sunrise Medical
supplier or wheelchair agent.
9. Frame and axle plates
Spoke Tension Maintenance
Check for loose or broken spokes every 3 months.
Tighten loose spokes so that they are the same tension as the others.
Contact an authorised dealer / maintenance centre to replace broken
spokes.
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Cleaning guidelines, accessories and tools
Cleaning guidelines
Accessories
In addition to the maintenance
checks on the previous page,
general cleaning of both the frame
and upholstery should be
undertaken. To maintain its
appearance the upholstery should
be cleaned regularly. Light soiling
can be removed by sponging with a
mild detergent and warm water,
wiping in the direction of the
texture. Rinse off with clean water
before allowing to dry.
Anti-tip tubes
Backpack
Caddy
Crutch holder
Leg strap
Positioning belts:
Long Velcro® style 170cm (67")
Short Velcro® style 145cm (57")
Long buckle 163cm (64")
Short buckle 137cm (54")
Seat pouch
Spoke guard - clear
Spoke guard - black
Step tube - left
Step tube - right
Swing-away tray table
Tool kit
Touch up paints
Tray table
Extra small 26-30cm (10"-12")
Small 33-36cm (13"-14")
DO NOT PUT UPHOLSTERY
IN A DRYER.
Do not use bleach or solvents.
If dirt is ingrained, the surface
should be scrubbed with a soft
brush.
The frame should be cleaned
regularly with a non-abrasive
cleaner followed by polishing with a
non-abrasive automotive wax.
JAY Seating and positioning
systems are available.
Contact Customer Services for
individual requirements.
Tools
To maintain the wheelchair you will
need the following tools:An adjustable spanner
2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7mm Allen keys
3/32" Allen key
A spoke key
10, 13, 17 and 19mm A/F spanners
Phillips No. 2 screwdriver
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Technical data
Quickie 2
Overall length with legrest
Overall width
Folded length
Folded width
Folded height
Total mass
Mass of heaviest part
Static stability downhill
Static stability uphill
Static stability sideways
Seat plane angle
Effective seat depth
Effective seat width451mm
Seat surface height at front edge
Backrest angle
Backrest height
Footrest to seat distance
Leg to seat surface angle
Armrest to seat distance
Front location of armrest structure
Handrim diameter
Horizontal location of axle
Minimum turning radius
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990mm
698mm
965mm min.-970mm max.
325mm
676mm min.-680mm max.
13kg - 11kg (Kids)
10kg
21O min.-24.5O max.
5.5Omin.-11.5O max.
19.5Omin.-23O max.
7.4O
420mm
444mm
10Omin.-25O max.
415mm
345mm min.-467mm max.
106O
304mm min.-427mm max.
244mm
534mm
40mm to front-50mm to rear
720mm
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Sunrise Medical
Your new Quickie 2 is manufactured in the West Midlands by Sunrise
Medical. With over 30 years experience, we are one of the longest
established mobility equipment manufacturers in the UK. All our
Wheelchairs, Powerchairs, Scootas and Stairlifts undergo rigorous tests to
ensure that they meet our requirements of comfort, safety and durability.
Our success is based on the strong traditions of quality, value for money
and genuinely caring for our customers.
We pride ourselves not only on designing and building the most innovative
products, but also on our commitment to offer an excellent standard of
customer service both during and after sale.
In addition to your new Quickie 2, Sunrise also manufacture oxygen
concentrators, nebulizers, and hoists. We have a vast range of aids to daily
living which include the Merlin Bath Lifter, bed accessories and walking sticks.
Should you require any information on our full range of products please call
us on 01384 44 66 88 or contact us at:
Sunrise Medical Limited
High Street Wollaston
West Midlands DY8 4PS
www.sunrisemedical.co.uk
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Sunrise Medical Limited
High Street, Wollaston, West Midlands DY8 4PS England
Tel +44 (0)1384 44 66 88 Fax +44 (0)1384 44 66 99
www.sunrisemedical.co.uk