Zipper 2 Issue 09 02-02-12

Zipper 2 Issue 09 02-02-12
Invacare® Zipper 2
User Guide
Contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
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2.2
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Useful Symbols In This Manual
Warranty Terms & Conditions
Limitation of Liability
Introduction
Intended Use
Safety & Operating Limits
Weight Limit
Reaching For An Object From A Wheelchair
Transferring To Another Seat
Tilting (Balancing On The Rear Wheels)
Kerbs, Or Obstacles Up To 50mm High
Steps, Stairs Or Obstacles Over 50mm High
Upward & Downward Slopes (Operating Limits)
Heat and Fire Warnings
Use
Folding & Unfolding The Wheelchair
Propelling The Wheelchair
Summary Of Safety Instructions
General Descriptions
Backrest
Seat
Armrests
Chassis
Rear Wheels
Castors
Manual Brakes
Footrest
Calf Straps
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20.2
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Backrest Extension
Rear Anti Tippers
Transit Kit
Amputee Kit
Tray
Spoke Guards
Lap Belt
Types of Lap Belt
Lap Belt Adjustment
Tipping Levers
Routine Checks & Maintenance
Transport
Using your wheelchair as a seat in a vehicle
Transporting your wheelchair as luggage
Storage
Cleaning
Product End Of Life
ISO 7176 part 15: Information Disclosure – Self Propel Model
ISO 7176 part 15: Information Disclosure – Transit Model
Contacting INVACARE
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Useful Symbols In This Manual
WARNING!
This symbol warns you of danger! Always follow the instructions to avoid injury to the user or damage to the
product!
EXPLOSION HAZARD!
This symbol warns you of an explosion hazard, an example of which can be caused by excessive tyre pressure
in a pneumatic tyre!
• Always follow the instructions to avoid injury to the user or damage to the product.
NOTE:
This symbol identifies general information which is intended to simplify working with your product and which
refers to special functions.
REQUIREMENTS:
This symbol identifies a list of various tools, components and items which you will need in order to carry out
certain work.
TRANSPORTATION:
This symbol identifies important information relevant to transporting your wheelchair in a motor vehicle.
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Warranty Terms & Conditions
Standard INVACARE Terms
This is to certify that your wheelchair is warranted by INVACARE Ltd. for a period of 2 years for parts and 3
years for frames.
1. Only INVACARE chairs purchased at full price are warranted against defective workmanship and materials.
2. If a defect or fault is discovered the INVACARE dealer from whom the wheelchair was obtained should be
notified immediately.
3. The manufacturer will not accept responsibility for damage caused by misuse or non-observance of the
instructions set out in the user manual.
4. During the period of the warranty any parts that have become defective, due to faulty workmanship or
materials, will be renewed or repaired without charge by the INVACARE dealer.
5. The warranty will be forfeited should any unauthorised alteration be made to the equipment.
6. The purchaser’s statutory rights under the Consumer Protection Act are not affected.
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Limitation Of Liability
This warranty does not extend to the consequential costs from fault clearance, in particular freight and travel
costs, loss of earnings, expenses, etc.
• Natural wear and tear
• Inappropriate or incorrect use
• Defective assembly or setting-up by the purchaser or third parties
• Defective or neglectful treatment
• Use of unsuitable spares
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Introduction
You have just bought a Zipper 2 manual wheelchair from our INVACARE range.
This model offers you all the advantages and characteristics of a wheelchair that has been designed especially
to meet your particular requirements.
Great care has been taken with this wheelchair throughout the whole of its manufacturing process. The
components have been selected for their quality and inspections have been carried out so that your
wheelchair can provide you with full satisfaction.
Note For Customers
INVACARE provides a wide range of wheelchairs to meet the requirements of customers. However, the
decision on the type of model to be prescribed rests exclusively with qualified advisers.
INVACARE or its appointed representative shall not be held responsible if a wheelchair is used that is
unsuitable for the user’s level of disability, if the wheelchair itself is incorrectly used or if a problem arises due
to poor maintenance.
The information set out in this manual may be modified without prior notice. This manual contains copyright
information. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied or reproduced without
prior written agreement from INVACARE or its appointed representative.
This manual gives details of all the options of the Zipper 2 range of wheelchairs. It describes the
options, operation and adjustments that may be required. However, your INVACARE retailer
will be able to give you further information and demonstrations.
Safety Notice
Please ensure the wheelchair is fully opened and the seat rails are located in the seat saddles before sitting
down.
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Intended Use
An indoor and outdoor configurable wheelchair offered with various options compliant with EN12183:2009.
The Zipper 2 manual wheelchair has been designed to provide mobility and comfort for persons with
impaired mobility.
The wheelchair has been designed to be used either/or by a seated user/carer/attendant in both indoor and
outdoor environments.
The wheelchair has, in its standard format, been designed to accommodate users who weigh up to a
maximum of 114kg (18 stone), have all limbs intact and have sufficient upper body strength to maintain a safe
position within the wheelchair without the addition of supporting aids.
Adaptations from the standard wheelchair format are available to accommodate users who do not meet these
criteria, these will only be considered after a suitable risk assessment has been carried out by the product
prescriber. When prescribing wheelchairs for use by full or partial amputees (above or below knee, single or
double) it is important to recognise that lower limb amputation will affect the sitting centre of balance of the
wheelchair. The impossibility of generalising the individual ability of a wheelchair user means it is imperative
that the product prescriber carries out a full stability evaluation to ensure that the user is safe in the use of
the wheelchair and the risk of the wheelchair tipping is minimised.
The wheelchair should only be used in accordance with the safety advice given within this user guide. Failure
to follow the recommended advice within this user guide could lead to personal injury.
No claims are made that the product will medically improve the circumstances or condition of the user.
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Safety & Operating Limits
Stability and equilibrium
To ensure that the wheelchair remains stable and is manipulated correctly, you must always maintain good
equilibrium. Many actions cause the user of a wheelchair to reach out, lean over or move about within the
wheelchair and outside it. These actions will change your centre of gravity and weight distribution of the
wheelchair. Your wheelchair has been designed to remain stable for normal everyday use if it is used correctly
taking the precautions recommended in this manual.
Surfaces Affected By Heat
The wheelchair is made from metal and plastic materials and, as with all products made with such materials, it
can absorb heat from the sun when used outdoors or exposed to sunlight through windows, etc. This can
result in the surfaces of the wheelchair becoming hot, so take care in using it and touching the surfaces if it is
left or used in such an environment.
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Weight Limit
The maximum user weight limit is 114kg for both the Self propel (S) and Transit (T) models.
However, the wheelchair user's level of activity is important. For example, an active user weighing 75kg may
subject the wheelchair to more stress than a less active user weighing 114kg. We recommend very active
wheelchair users to choose an appropriate design of wheelchair. Your INVACARE approved distributor will
advise you on the best model.
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1.2
Reaching For An Object From A Wheelchair
The limitations on reaching out from a wheelchair
shown in Figure 1 have been produced using a
representative sample of wheelchair users. Only the
arms should extend beyond the seat of the wheelchair.
For safety reasons, the body and head should remain
within the wheelbase.
Position the castors to give the longest possible wheelbase (Figure 2). Lock the manual brakes on the rear
wheels.
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Leaning Forwards
(Figures 3, 4 & 5)
Move the wheelchair as close as possible to the object
you wish to reach. Only reach out to take what is
within arm’s length in normal sitting position.
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Leaning Backwards
(Figures 6 & 7)
Move the wheelchair as close as possible to the object you wish to reach. Only lean back for objects that are
within arm's length in normal sitting position.
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1.3
Transferring To Other Seats
Leaning To One Side
(Figure 8)
This is a dangerous manoeuvre as it is easy to tip sideways.
To move up to an object and lean over, you must use the castors as a
means of keeping the wheelchair stable and balanced.
For your safety, it is essential to be in the correct position.
Do not try to pick something up from the floor if this would upset your
balance.
It is possible to move from and to a
manually propelled chair if the following
guidelines are followed. INVACARE does
not recommend any particular method
for transferring: This is the responsibility
of a medical adviser who should consider
your level of disability and type of
wheelchair. When transferring, either to
get out of or return to your wheelchair,
make sure that the gap between the two
seats is as small as possible.
(Figures 9 and 10)
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When transferring, either to get out of or return to
your wheelchair, make sure that the manual brakes
on the rear wheels are on to prevent the wheel
moving (Figure 11).
Turn both castors towards the seat to which you
wish to move. Lift up the footplates (Figure 12).
Do not stand on the footplates.
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If possible, swing the legrest hangers out to the
side to clear the passage (Figure 13).
If possible, remove the armrests on the side
between the wheelchair and the other seat
(Figure 14).
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Note: Never stand on the footplates (Figure 15).
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1.4
Tilting (Balancing On The Rear Wheels)
Tilting without help from a third person: Wheelchairs in the INVACARE range have been designed for
use by those who have mastered the technique of balancing on the rear wheels without help from a third
person. However, you should never exceed the limitations of the wheelchair. Repeated shock on the castors
caused by tipping the wheelchair up yourself may affect the rigidity or settings of your wheelchair. If your
wheelchair is fitted with accessories, these may affect the methods used for balancing on the rear wheels.
When you wish to learn a new technique, consult an experienced person for advice in using your type of
wheelchair.
Tilting with assistance from a third person: The user should be sitting correctly and firmly in the chair
or if unable to support themselves, should be strapped in position to prevent him falling out of the chair. If a
wheelchair user needs assistance in tilting the chair, the assistant must know how to use his body correctly.
Keep your back straight and bend at the knee to tilt the wheelchair. Never exert too much force. The medical
team in charge of the user will advise you in the methods best suited to your morphology. The INVACARE
approved distributor will provide you with information on the risks of using the wheelchair incorrectly if the
wheelchair has removable parts such as armrests or leg rests.
These must NEVER be used as aids when lifting as they may inadvertently become detached and cause
injury.
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To tilt the wheelchair (Figure 16), a third person
should grip the handles firmly. Warn the user of the
wheelchair before tilting it and remind him/her to
lean backwards. Check that the user's feet and hands
are clear of all the wheels. Place a foot on the foot
tipping lever and push smoothly until the wheelchair
is at the point of equilibrium. At this stage, the helper
will feel a difference in weight distribution. Turn the
wheelchair in the direction required and negotiate
the obstacle.
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Lower the front of the wheelchair smoothly, holding
the handles firmly. Use your weight on the tipping
lever to act as a counterweight. Do not lower the
wheelchair suddenly for the last few centimetres
before returning to the normal position. This might
hurt the user.
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1.5
Kerbs, Or Obstacles Up To 50mm High
Method 1 - Negotiating the obstacle forwards
(Figure 17)
The helper should tilt the wheelchair until the castors
have passed over the kerb. Move the wheelchair
forwards and lower the castors gently onto the
pavement. Push the wheelchair until the rear wheels
touch the kerb. Lift and push until the rear wheels
have mounted the kerb. Do not just lift by the
handles on the backrest.
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Method 2 - Negotiating the obstacle backwards
(Figure 18)
The helper should stand on the pavement and turn the
wheelchair until the rear wheels are against the kerb.
Tilt the wheelchair backwards to the point of
equilibrium and, in a continuous movement, pull the
wheelchair until the rear wheels mount the kerb and
pass onto the pavement. Do not lower the castors to
the ground until you have pulled the rest of the
wheelchair sufficiently far to clear the kerb.
Note: Folding backs should always be checked to
ensure they are engaged.
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1.6
Steps, Stairs Or Obstacles Over 50mm High
We recommend that you take very great care when taking a wheelchair up or down stairs. Two people are
required for this.
ADVICE TO THIRD PERSONS: Make sure that
you get hold of fixed, non-removable parts only.
Use the following procedure for going up stairs
(Figure 19): Tilt the wheelchair to its point of
equilibrium. One helper (at the back) holds the
wheelchair up against the first step, gripping the
handles firmly to lift. The second helper, holding
firmly a fixed part of the front frame, lifts the
wheelchair above the stairs and holds it while the first
helper places one foot on the following step and
repeats the operation. The wheelchair must not be
lowered until the last step has been negotiated and
until the chair is clear of the stairs.
Escalators
Do not use an escalator when moving a wheelchair
from one floor to another. This might cause serious
injury.
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1.7
Upward & Downward Slopes (Operating Limits)
Do not attempt to go up or down slopes greater than 9%
without assistance (Figure 20).
Always go straight up and down slopes otherwise the
wheelchair might overturn (Figure 21).
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Upward Slopes
Lean the upper part of the body forward and push
the chair forward with short quick thrusts on the
handrims to maintain speed and control direction. If
you wish to take a rest, apply both brakes when
stopping (Figure 22).
Note: The use of anti tippers is recommended in the
traversing of upward slopes.
Downward Slopes
Lean backwards carefully and allow the handrims to
slide through your hands. Be ready to react at any
moment to check the speed and direction by keeping
in close contact with the handrims. The manual
brakes should not be used to slow you down (Figure
23). If you are going up or down a slope avoid turning
sharply and never try to go up or down diagonally.
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1.8
Heat and Fire Warnings
The wheelchair is made from metal and plastic materials and, as with all products made with such materials, it
can absorb heat from the sun when used outdoors or exposed to sunlight through windows etc.
This can result in the surfaces of the wheelchair becoming hot, so take care in using it and touching the
surfaces if it is left or used in such an environment.
Fire and burning
The seat and backrest materials have been tested to ensure compliance with ISO requirements for cigarette
and match flame equivalent and are non flammable but care must still be exercised if using cigarettes or other
smoking products, or sources of heat, not to drop them onto the seat and/or backrest where they can
become trapped between contacting/trap points on the wheelchair.
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2.1
Use
Folding & Unfolding The Wheelchair
Wheelchair with fabric upholstery.
To fold:
Lift the footplates.
Release the backrest tension bar if necessary.
Using both hands, take the centre of the seat fabric at the front and back edges and raise it (Figure 24).
Or, tilt the wheelchair to one side and close it using the handles on the back rest or the armrests (Figure
25).
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To Unfold:
(Figure 26)
Unfold the wheelchair by taking hold of the
armrest or the side of the chair nearest to you,
tip the chair sideways (lifting the rear wheel and
the caster from the ground) and press on the
tube supporting the seat upholstery until it is fully
down. The seat upholstery should be fully open.
Note:
Ensure that the seat rails are fully engaged in the
plastic carriers before sitting down. To avoid
injury, keep hands and fingers away from moving
parts (armrests, folding frame, footrest supports
or leg rests, etc).
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2.2
Propelling The Wheelchair
The wheels of your wheelchair are fitted with
handrims (Figure 27). The qualified personnel
will be able to advise you on the most
appropriate way of propelling yourself. Various
accessories may be fitted to improve the grip
(plastic coatings, studs). Lean the upper part of
the body forward and push the chair forward
with short quick thrusts on the handrims to
maintain speed and control direction.
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Summary Of Safety Instructions
Summary of instructions for use for improved safety
- User weight limit (including accessories): 114kg (18 stone).
- Do not try to reach objects if you have to move forward on the seat.
- Do not try to reach objects on the ground if you have to lean down beyond the safety limits.
- Do not lean too far back to reach objects behind you: you may tip over.
- Do not move your weight, or your sitting position in the direction in which you wish to go: you may tip
over.
- Always apply both manual brakes before trying to get out of or back into the wheelchair.
- The manual brakes are not designed for slowing you down.
- Do not try to stop a moving wheelchair using the manual brakes.
- Do not tilt the wheelchair without assistance from a third person when negotiating obstacles
more than 30mm high.
- Do not use an escalator for moving a wheelchair from one floor to another. (This may cause serious
injury).
- Do not use your wheelchair if the tyres are not inflated to the correct pressure shown on the side.
- Do not over-inflate the tyres. Failure to comply with these instructions may cause the tyre to burst and
cause bodily injury.
- Carry out the regular checks recommended in this guide and by your INVACARE approved retailer.
- Use your wheelchair with respect for other people.
- Do not use your wheelchair as a transport seat in a vehicle. Unless it is not practical for the user to be
transferred (Refer to section 23 - Transport).
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General Descriptions
Each wheelchair is specially designed to meet the requirements of its user. This manual describes how to
adjust the chairs in this range, enabling you to find out how to adjust the wheelchair to suit your needs.
General descriptions
Your wheelchair has a number of main parts which will be mentioned throughout this manual. These parts are
described below.
Support is provided by the backrest, seat and armrests.
The folding chassis comprises of the side frames and folding cross brace. This is the essential supporting
framework of the wheelchair on which all the other parts are mounted.
The rear wheel comprises of the wheel, axle and handrim. The rear wheels provide contact with the
ground and are driven by turning the handrims.
The front castors comprise of the fork and wheels. The front wheels provide contact with the ground and
the rotating forks steer the chair.
Manual brake - The manual brake is used to park the wheelchair.
Swing away footrest support and leg rest - These are connected to the chassis and can be swung away to
make transfer easier to and from the wheelchair.
The footplate assembly comprises of the adjustable tube and foot plate. These support your feet.
The heel support strap or calf support strap These two straps support your feet or legs in the best
position.
These parts are illustrated on the following page.
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Serial Number Label
Example of the serial number label which can be found on the cross-brace or side frame of the wheelchair.
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Backrest
(Photographs 1 and 2) The backrest can be folded at the middle by means of a locking mechanism and can
be operated by either the user or an attendant.
Use: To fold the backrest, pull both black plastic locking levers (A) downwards and fold the top part of the
backrest to the back and then down. Carry out these operations in the reverse order to return the backrest
to its normal position, making sure that the locking mechanisms (A) are secure.
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Seat
(Photograph 3)
Your seat upholstery is screwed onto the seat tubes of the folding cross brace.
Adjustment: This model requires no adjustment. Just
check regularly that the screws (A) are tight. If the
washers (B) are loose, these screws should be
tightened. If the problem continues, contact your
INVACARE retailer and ask him to change the
mounting for safety reasons.
Seat Cushion
The seat cushion is placed on the upholstery and must be removed when folding the chair.
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Armrests
The armrests are fitted in pairs on the wheelchair. When
removing them, remember that there is one armrest for the
right hand side and another for the left hand side.
(Photograph 4 & 5)
The arm rest has a tube which supports the front and back
locking devices as well as the armrest pad. This armrest can be
swung towards the back, and can also be removed if required.
Use: To swing away, turn the front lock (A) in order to
release. Lift the armrest and position it towards the back in
order to carry out lateral transfers. Carry out these operations
in reverse order to replace the armrest. Turn the front lock
(A) in order to firmly secure the armrest to its location.
Removal: Turn the front lock (A) and the back lock (B) in
order to release. Lift up the armrest. Carry out this operation
in reverse order to replace the armrest. Turn the front lock
(A) and lock (B) in order to firmly secure the armrest to its
locations.
Adjustment: This model does not require any adjustment.
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Full Length Swing-away & Removable Armrest
(Photograph 6)
The arm rest has a tube which supports the front and back locking devices as well as the armrest pad. This
armrest can be swung towards the back, and can also be removed if required.
Use: To swing away, turn the front lock (A) in order to release. Lift the armrest and position it towards the
back in order to carry out lateral transfers. Carry out these operations in reverse order to replace the
armrest. Turn the front lock (A) in order to firmly secure the armrest to its location.
Removal: Turn the front lock (A) and the back lock
(B) in order to remove the armrest. Lift up the
armrest. Carry out this operation in reverse order to
replace the armrest. Remember that the curved part of
the tube should be facing forward. Turn the front lock
(A) and the lock (B) in order to firmly secure the
armrest to its locations.
Note: The armrest is reversible so that the slot (C)
can be used to hold an NHS tray.
Adjustment: This model does not require any
adjustment.
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Removable, Swing-away Adjustable Height Armrest
(Photographs 7 and 8)
The adjustable height armrest has a tube which supports the back and front locks as well as the adjustable
armpad tube. This armrest can be swung towards the back and can be removed, if required.
Use: To swing away, turn the front lock (A) in order to
release. Lift the armrest and position it towards the
back in order to carry out lateral transfers. Carry out
these operations in reverse order to replace the
armrest. Turn the front lock (A) in order to firmly
secure the armrest to its location.
Removal: Turn the front lock (A) and the back lock
(B) in order to remove the armrest.
Lift up the armrest. Carry out this operation in reverse
order to replace the armrest. Remember that the
incurved part of the tube should be facing forward.
Turn the front lock (A) and the lock (B) in order to
firmly secure the armrest to its locations.
Height adjustment: Loosen the hand wheel (D) and
push in the button spring (E), adjust to the desired
height and tighten the hand wheel (D). The hand wheel
(D) can be replaced by a screw (not included) for users
who do not often change the height of the armrest.
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Chassis
Side Frames
The side frames provide the mounting points for the rear wheels and the castors.
Adjustment: No adjustment is possible on this series of wheelchair.
Folding cross brace
The folding cross brace has two members which enable the wheelchair to be folded.
Adjustment: No adjustment is required. To fold or unfold your wheelchair, refer to this user guide and safety
manual.
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Rear Wheels
Rear Wheels
(Photograph 9)
The rear wheels are positioned on rear wheel
mounting blocks which determine the rearward
stability. This position should only be adjusted by a
qualified technician on the advice of the qualified
advisor.
The self propel rear wheels have a diameter of either
600mm (24”), 550mm (22”), or 500mm (20”). They are
equipped with spokes and handrims. They can have
pneumatic tyres or solid tyres and can be connected to
the side frame by means of a fixed axle or a quick
release axle.
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Tyre pressure
The pressure is shown on the tyre and must never be exceeded. The maximum permitted pressure is 450kPa
(65 PSI - 4.5 bar). Remember that the tyre pressure on both wheels should be the same to ensure perfect
steering.
In case of a puncture, the tyre has to be removed from the rim. Press the valve to let all the remaining air out
of the inner tube. Pull the tyre off the rim. Repair or replace the inner tube. Put the tyre back on the rim.
Inflate the tyre to the required pressure.
Note: It may be necessary to use one or two tyre removal tools (not supplied).
WARNING
Applicable only to chairs fitted with 24" wheels. These chairs are assembled with the wheels set in the
rearward position. It is important that the chairs are not re-configured with the wheels set in the "forward"
position; this would allow the footrest hangers to disengage the brake levers when swung away from their
locked position, causing the chair to become unstable.
Handrims
The handrims are used by the user to drive the wheelchair.
Note: As the handrims are in contact with your hands, make sure that they are not damaged and that the
surface has no parts which might cause injury to the hands.
Adjustment: No adjustment is required for the handrims. Handrims that are fitted to INVACARE selfpropelling wheelchairs must not be removed to reduce the width of the wheelchair for access to narrow
entrances, or for any other purposes. The wheelchairs are tested to ISO 7176 specifications including static,
impact and fatigue. The wheel assembly complete with handrim is included in such testing.
The handrim is part of the whole wheelchair design, and structural integrity may be affected if the handrim is
removed.
Removal of handrims from the products will also invalidate any warranty on the chair.
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Axles
(Photographs 10 and 11)
The axles link the back wheels to the chassis. They are
fixed or quick releasing.
Quick release wheels
Removal: Push on the quick release button head with your
finger and pull the wheel towards the outside of the chair.
Assembly: Push on the quick release button head with
your finger and locate axle though the axle bush, making
sure that the axles are secured (no axial movement).
Fixed wheels.
No adjustment is required; however, check on a weekly
basis that the axle / nut are secure.
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Castors
The front wheels have a diameter of either 190mm (7.5”) or
125mm (5”) available in solid puncture-proof tyres only. No
adjustment is necessary for the front wheels.
Forks
(Photograph 12)
The fork connects the chassis and the wheel.
Adjustment: The forks do not require adjustment. Check that
the fork rotates freely.
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Manual Brakes
(Photograph 13)
Brakes
The manual brakes are used to immobilise the wheelchair in a
stationary position. They are not intended for slowing down
and should not be used when the wheelchair is moving. They
should be applied together.
Use: The brakes are operated by moving the brake handle (A)
towards the front of the wheelchair. When the brakes are
applied, the wheelchair should resist movement.
Adjustment: It may be necessary to adjust the brakes after
repairing a puncture or because of wear on the pneumatic or
solid tyre. Slacken clamp screws and adjust the brake assembly
to achieve adequate braking. Tighten the clamp screws firmly
after adjustment.
Note: The brakes are fitted in pairs to the wheelchair. When
adjusting or removing, remember that there is one brake for
the right hand side and another for the left hand side.
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Brake Extension
(Photograph 14)
The brakes may be equipped with a handle
extension to assist attendants/user who have
insufficient strength or difficulty in reaching the
standard brake handles.
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Footrests
Swing away footrest supports
(Photograph 15 and 16)
The footrest supports can be swung away to the outside/rear
of the wheelchairs to free the front of the wheelchair and
making it easier for the user to transfer to another seat. They
can be removed.
Use: To swing the support to the outside, press the release
mechanism lever (A). Rotate the support carefully to the
outside of the wheelchair. To return the support, repeat the
operations in the reverse order. Check that the release
mechanism (A) has automatically locked.
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To remove the support, carry out the same operation as for
swing back and lift the support upwards. To refit it, offer the
support in the open position, align the holes (B) on the pivots
(C) and press down. Rotate the support to the locked position.
Adjustment: The footrest supports cannot be adjusted.
Note: The footrest supports are fitted in pairs to the
wheelchair. When adjusting or removing, remember that there
is one support for the right hand side and another for the left
hand side.
Elevating Legrests
(Photographs 17 and 18)
The leg rests shown are leg rest supports with an integral pad
for supporting the lower leg. The leg rests can be swung away
and removed.
Use: the operations for swing away and removing are the same
as for the footrest supports.
Adjustment: To adjust the angle of the leg rest, lift it upwards
to the angle required. To lower the leg rest, hold the leg in one
hand and operate the release lever (A) with the other hand.
Lower to the required position.
The calf support pad can be pivoted when folding the
wheelchair. The position can also be set on the mounting tube
in one of three locations .It can also be set along the mounting
tube by sliding into the chosen location (18).
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Note: The elevating legrests are fitted in pairs to the
wheelchair. When adjusting or removing, remember
that there is one elevating legrest for the right hand
side and another for the left hand side.
Footplate Assemblies
Independent footplates for footrest supports
(Photograph 19)
The footplate assemblies comprise of an adjustment tube and footplate and
are intended solely as a foot support when you are sitting in the wheelchair
and should not be used for standing. The position of your feet can be retained
by either heel loops or a calf strap. Each footplate assembly can be adjusted in
height. The footplates can be pivoted to an upright position to aid front
transfers.
Adjusting the footrests on the supports: Release the nut (A), position the
footplate assembly at the required height in the footrest support tube, tighten
the nut to secure.18
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Independent footplate assemblies for elevating leg rests
(Photograph 20)
The foot rests comprise a pair of mounting tube and rest
assemblies and are intended solely as a foot support when you
are sitting down. Each footplate assembly can slide into the
elevating legrest on the appropriate side and its height can be
adjusted. The footplates can be raised for front transfers.
Adjusting the footplate assemblies on the leg rests: Release the
set screw (A) and position the foot rest assembly at the
required height in the leg rest tube. Tighten set screw (A).
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Calf Straps
To finalise the foot and leg position, your wheelchair has a calf strap on the foot rest supports.
Adjustment: Your calf strap is adjustable, just pull the end of the strap to release the hook and eye fastening
and adjust the tension. Place the end back in position on the fastener and press together to ensure a good
fixing.
The strap is removable.
Heel support straps
To finalise the foot position, the rest can be equipped with heel straps. The strap cannot be removed and
should be repositioned towards the front when folding back the footplate.
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14
Backrest Extension
(Photograph 21)
The backrest extension has two uprights (B) and backrest
extension upholstery. The locating pegs should only be fitted to
the push handles of the backrest by a qualified technician.
When refitting, make sure that it is firmly fixed onto the
locations fitted to the backrest tubes. Raise the head rest
assembly to remove it from the tubes of the recliner backrest.
Adjustment: No adjustment is required for this extension.
However, it can be removed for transport.
Fitting Instructions - Backrest Extension For Vehicle Transport
When transporting the chair the backrest extension
must be secured to the push handles.
Using a M5 x 30mm Hex Hd screw and location ring
(See photo)
Slide the location ring inside the slot on the extension
tube, and then feed the Hex Hd screw through the
tube and location ring and firmly secure to the push
handle.
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15
Rear Anti Tippers
(Photograph 22)
The anti-tippers help prevent you from tipping over when the rear wheels are
incorrectly positioned, or when the user or attendant mishandles the
wheelchair.
Use: The anti-tippers fit into the rear tubes of the side frames (A). Fit the
anti-tippers into the side frame rear tube, until the button springs are
positioned in the holes of the rear tube (A). Carry out these operations in
the reverse order to remove. You can leave the anti-tip casters on the
wheelchair even if you do not wish to use them. Just depress the button
spring and rotate the entire anti-tipper unit a half turn. (180°).
Note: The anti-tippers are not to be used as tipping levers.
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Transit Kit
(Photos 23 and 24)
The transit kit includes a manual brake for operation by an attendant.
Note: - This brake is different to the self propelled version.
Also included is a choice of either pneumatic or solid tyre wheels.
Adjustment: It may be necessary to adjust the brakes after repairing a
puncture or because of wear on the pneumatic or solid tyre. Slacken
clamp screws (B) and adjust the brake assembly to achieve adequate
braking. Tighten the clamp screws (B) firmly after adjustment.
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The pressure is shown on the tyre and must never be exceeded.
In case of a puncture, the tyre may have to be removed from the
rim. Press the valve to let all the remaining air out of the inner
tube. Remove the tyre off the rim. Repair or replace the inner
tube. Put the tyre back on the rim. Inflate the tyre to the
required pressure.
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Amputee Kit
(Photograph 25)
The amputee kit makes it possible for the manually propelled
wheelchair to be operated by people whose centre of gravity is
further back while allowing the wheelchair to be used with
fewer restrictions than with anti-tippers. The kit should be
fitted and adjusted by a qualified technician.
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18
Tray
(Photos 26 and 27)
The tray mounting brackets can be fixed under the armrest pads.
Use: The tray can be positioned towards the front or back without locking. The tray can folded to the left or
right for frontal transfers only. The tray requires no adjustment.
Note: Do not move the wheelchair with the tray folded aside.
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Spoke Guards
The spoke guards must be assembled by a qualified technician. The spoke guards do not require any
adjustment.
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20
20.1
Lap Belt
TYPES OF LAPBELT:
The lap belt is commonly used to assist wheelchair users to maintain an optimal sitting posture. Correct use of
the lap belt is intended to help the user, especially those with limited sitting balance, to remain safe, comfortable
and well positioned in their wheelchair. Please note however, that the lap belt may have been replaced with an
alternative by your therapist to meet your requirements. If an alternative lap belt or harness, etc. has been
fitted please ensure you are provided with the manufacturers written instructions for fitting and safe usage.
‘Plastic buckle belt’ – adjustment is possible
on both sides will allow the buckle to remain
in a central position.
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20.2
Lap Belt Adjustment
A lap belt is a standard accessory included with the purchase of your wheelchair, this will have been factory
fitted, or fitted by your INVACARE supplier / dealer, who would have provided you with a demonstration of
operation and fitting, etc. The lap belt is commonly used to assist wheelchair users to maintain an optimal
sitting posture. Correct use of the lap belt is intended to help the user, especially those with limited sitting
balance, to remain safe, comfortable and well positioned in their wheelchair.
Note
In the interests of safety, INVACARE recommend the use of a correctly adjusted lap belt whenever you use
your wheelchair. The lap belt should be sufficiently tightened to prevent you from sliding down between the
belt and seat.
Adjustment
Ensure you are sitting correctly, i.e. fully back in the seat, and the pelvis is as upright and symmetrical as
possible – not forward on one side or tilted back. Position the lap belt so that the hip bones can be felt above
the belt. Adjust the length of the lap belt using the buckles on either side of the clasp. As a guide, adjust the
length so that there is just sufficient room for your hand to slide between your body and the belt. For ease of
use it is recommended that the clasp is kept in a central position i.e. make adjustments to each side.
Warning
During transportation the user should be restrained independently of the wheelchair by a suitably approved
restraint system, the lap belt supplied with your wheelchair may be used in addition to but never as a
substitute for an approved passenger restraint system.
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Tipping Levers
(Photograph 28)
The tipping lever can only be used by an attendant and it is designed
to assist tipping the chair rearwards when obstacles are
encountered, such as pathway kerbs.
The tipping lever tubes are fixed into the rear tubes of the both
side frames (A).
Fit the tipping lever into the side frame rear tube, until the button
springs (B) are positioned in the holes of the rear tube (A).
Use: The attendant, whilst pulling the wheelchair push handles must
press on the tipping levers with either foot, in order to raise the
front of the wheelchair to the required height.
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22
Routine Checks & Maintenance
Checking Performance
As a user, you are the first to notice that your wheelchair is not operating properly. The following table
shows some readily identified symptoms and gives the preliminary checks to be carried out. As a general rule,
the parts subject to wear should be monitored and changed most often: tyres on the rear wheels, front castor
wheels, brake pads, upholstery.
Checks
Tyre pressure
is correct and
even
Nuts, bolts
and screws are
tight
The angle of
the front forks
is correct
The castors
are both in
contact with
the ground at
the same time
The wheelchair
drags to the
right
The wheelchair
drags to the
left
The wheelchair
turns or moves
slowly
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
The castors
wobble
Creaks and
clicking
Play
(looseness) in
the chair
X
X
X
X
X
If the symptoms persist when the tyre pressure has been corrected and the nuts, bolts and screws have been
tightened, consult your approved INVACARE distributor.
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Checking The General Condition
For maintenance operations, consult your distributor who has all the necessary information.
Ask your distributor to inspect your wheelchair thoroughly annually, and carry out in depth maintenance. Regular
maintenance allows defective or worn parts to be identified and improves the normal operation of your wheelchair.
The following table shows what to check when the wheelchair is delivered, each week, each month and at 6 monthly
intervals.
Checks to be made:
On
6
Weekly Monthly
delivery
Monthly
1. General:
The wheelchair unfolds and folds easily
The wheelchair moves in a straight line (no resistance or drag)
2. Manual Brakes:
The manual brakes do not touch the tyres when moving.
The manual brakes are easy to operate
The articulations are not worn and do not show signs of play
3. Cross Bars
Examine them to check that they are not worn or bent
4. Clothing protectors / armrest upholstery
Check that all fixings are in position and tightened
5. Armrests
Firmly attached but easy to remove
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Checks to be made:
On
6
Weekly Monthly
delivery
Monthly
6. Arm Pads
Check that the padding is in good condition
7. Seat and backrest upholstery
Check that it is in good condition
8. Rear Wheels
Wheel nut and sealed bearings correctly tightened
No excessive lateral movement or binding when they are lifted from the
ground and turned, quick release axles correctly locked
9. Handrims
Check for rough patches
10. Spokes
Inspect the spokes in case any are bent, broken or slack
11. Front Castors
Check the axle to ensure that it is correctly tightened, by turning the caster
The caster should stop gradually
12. Fork / Fork tube
Check that all the fittings are in place
13. Pneumatic and solid tyres
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
If the wheelchair has pneumatic tyres, check that they are correctly inflated
(the pressure is shown on the sidewall)
X
X
If the wheelchair has solid tyres, check the running surface
X
X
23.1
Transport
INVACARE always advises that a wheelchair secured in a vehicle will not provide the equivalent level of safety
and security of vehicle seating systems and recommends transfer to the vehicle seating, but also recognizes
that it is not always practical for the user to be transferred. In those cases where it is considered that the user
must be transported whilst within the wheelchair, then the following advice should be followed.
1. Seek confirmation from the transporter that the vehicle is suitably designed and equipped to transport a
passenger seated in a wheelchair.
Note: The wheelchair user safety during transportation largely depends upon the diligence of the person
securing the tie downs and passenger restraints.
2. Any part of the wheelchair (accessories etc.) that can be easily detached should be removed and stored in
the vehicle luggage hold during transportation.
3. The wheelchair should always be transported in a forward facing direction. Rearward facing is only
acceptable if the occupant's head and back can be supported by a suitable bulkhead.
4. INVACARE recommends that the wheelchair be secured by 4-Point webbing tie down systems as
manufactured by Unwin Safety Systems or Koller Safety Restraint Engineers.
5. When attaching tie down systems to the wheelchair it is imperative these are fixed onto the main frame of
the wheelchair and not onto any attachments or accessories (not wheels, handrims, castors, footrests, anti
tipping levers etc.). Tie down points are indicated by the tie down stickers in the correct areas.
6. The tie downs should be secured, as close as possible, at an angle of 45° to ensure maximum effectiveness
of the restraint in all directions.
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7. The occupant should be restrained independently of the wheelchair by a suitably approved passenger safety
belt or harness. Pelvic restraint or lap belts supplied with the wheelchair may be used in addition to but never
as a substitute for approved passenger restraints.
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23.2
Transporting your wheelchair as luggage
When you are transporting your wheelchair you can easily remove certain parts to make the chair smaller
and lighter.
1 Start by removing the armrest assemblies; refer to guidance provided in section 7
2 Remove the legrest / footrest assemblies; refer to guidance provided in section 12
Be careful not to trap your fingers between frame and legrest.
3 Fold the backrest; refer to guidance provided in section 5
4 Folding the chair; refer to guidance provided in section 2.1
5 Position the wheelchair in a safe location within the storage compartment of the vehicle.
Always exercise caution when lifting; adopt correct posture and use correct technique to avoid injury.
Never lift the wheelchair by removable parts (armrests, footrests etc if left connected).
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Storage
When you will not be using your wheelchair for a prolonged period, the following precautions will help to
keep it in perfect condition.
Store the wheelchair in a clean, dry place.
Do not put heavy objects on top of it.
Cover it with a dust sheet to keep it dust-free.
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Cleaning
The parts of the wheelchair can be cleaned with a soft, dry cloth. Vynyl or Nylon seat and backrest upholstery
and the tyres can be cleaned with a cloth dampened in clean soapy water.
When you have been out or whenever the metal parts have been wet, they should be wiped dry to prevent
possible corrosion.
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26
Product End of Life
Even though your wheelchair has been designed to provide a long and trouble free life it is inevitable that
wear, tear and usage will eventually render the product unusable.
• INVACARE recommends that the average usable life of this product is five years, providing the product has
been correctly maintained according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
When the time comes to replace your wheelchair please remember to dispose of the product responsibly and
recycle any recyclable parts as mentioned in this user guide.
This product may contain substances that could be harmful to the
environment if disposed of in areas (landfills) that are not appropriate
according to legislation. The 'crossed out wheelie bin' symbol (as shown) is
placed on this product to encourage you to recycle wherever possible.
Please be environmentally responsible and recycle this product through your
recycling facility at its end of life.
Disposal
•
•
•
•
•
The equipment packaging is potentially recyclable.
The metal parts are used for scrap metal recycling.
The plastic parts are used for plastic recycling.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with the respective national
legal provisions.
If in doubt ask your local government authority for details of local waste
management companies and recycling facilities.
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ISO 7176 PART 15: REQUIREMENTS FOR INFORMATION DISCLOSURE: ZIPPER SP (Self Propel Model)
ISO
TEST
METHOD
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
C.E.N
ISO 7176
Pt 1
ISO 7176
Pt 1
ISO 7176
Pt 1
ISO 7176
Pt 4
ISO 7176
Pt 2
ISO 7176
Pt 10
ISO 7176
Pt 6
ISO 7176
Pt 3
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REQUIREMENT
Overall Length with
Legrest
Overall Width
15” to 18” models
Folded Length
Folded Width
Folded Height
Total Weight
Weight of the
Heaviest Part
Static Stability
Downhill
Static Stability Uphill
Static Stability
Sideways
Energy Consumption
Range
Dynamic Stability
Uphill
Obstacle Climbing
Maximum Speed
Forward
Minimum Braking
Distance
MIN
MAX
1050
mm
535
mm
775
mm
300
mm
740
mm
16.1
Kg
24
deg
5
deg
14
deg
1150
mm
660
mm
905
mm
300
mm
740
mm
17.6
Kg
11.5
Kg
27
deg
19
deg
20
deg
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ISO
TEST
METHOD
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 7
REQUIREMENT
Seat Angle Plane
Effective Seat Depth
16” & 17”
Effective Seat Width
15” to 18” models
Seat Surface Height Front Edge
Backrest Angle
Backrest Height
Footrest to Seat
Distance
Leg to Seat Surface
Angle
Armrest to Seat
Distance
Front Armrest to
Backrest
Horizontal Location
of Axle
Minimum Turning
Radius
Turn Around Width
Limiting Walls
Handrim Diameter
MIN
MAX
4.7
deg
410
mm
365
mm
420
mm
16
deg
448
mm
360
mm
115
deg
227
mm
260
mm
- 42
mm
800
mm
1200
mm
480
mm
5.7
deg
485
mm
495
mm
500
mm
16
deg
448
mm
500
mm
115
deg
227
mm
320
mm
24
mm
800
mm
1200
mm
520
mm
THE WHEELCHAIR CONFORMS TO THE
FOLLOWING STANDARDS:
ISO 7176 Pt 8: Static, Impact and Fatigue
Strength
ISO 7176 Pt 9: Climatic Tests
Yes
N/A
ISO 7176 Pt 14: Power and Controls
N/A
ISO 7176 Pt 16: Resistance to Ignition
Yes
ISO 7176 PART 15: REQUIREMENTS FOR INFORMATION DISCLOSURE: ZIPPER T (Transit Model)
ISO
TEST
METHOD
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
C.E.N
ISO 7176
Pt 1
ISO 7176
Pt 1
ISO 7176
Pt 1
ISO 7176
Pt 4
ISO 7176
Pt 2
ISO 7176
Pt 10
ISO 7176
Pt 6
ISO 7176
Pt 3
REQUIREMENT
Overall Length with
Legrest
Overall Width
15” to 18” models
Folded Length
Folded Width
Folded Height
Total Weight
Weight of the
Heaviest Part
Static Stability
Downhill
Static Stability Uphill
Static Stability
Sideways
Energy Consumption
Range
Dynamic Stability
Uphill
Obstacle Climbing
Maximum Speed
Forward
Minimum Braking
Distance
MIN
MAX
1040
mm
475
mm
730
mm
250
mm
740
mm
14.5
Kg
22
deg
13
deg
16
deg
1330
mm
600
mm
730
mm
250
mm
740
mm
16.5
Kg
11.5
Kg
24
deg
18
deg
16
deg
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ISO
TEST
METHOD
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 7
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 5
ISO 7176
Pt 7
REQUIREMENT
Seat Angle Plane
Effective Seat Depth
16” & 17”
Effective Seat Width
15” to 18” models
Seat Surface Height Front Edge
Backrest Angle
Backrest Height
Footrest to Seat
Distance
Leg to Seat Surface
Angle
Armrest to Seat
Distance
Front Armrest to
Backrest
Horizontal Location
of Axle
Minimum Turning
Radius
Turn Around Width
Limiting Walls
Handrim Diameter
MIN
MAX
5.5
deg
410
mm
365
mm
500
mm
16
deg
448
mm
380
mm
115
deg
230
mm
260
mm
0
mm
800
mm
1115
mm
5.5
deg
485
mm
495
mm
500
mm
16
deg
448
mm
500
mm
115
deg
230
mm
320
mm
0
mm
800
mm
1115
mm
THE WHEELCHAIR CONFORMS TO THE
FOLLOWING STANDARDS:
ISO 7176 Pt 8: Static, Impact and Fatigue
Strength
ISO 7176 Pt 9: Climatic Tests
Yes
N/A
ISO 7176 Pt 14: Power and Controls
N/A
ISO 7176 Pt 16: Resistance to Ignition
Yes
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Contacting Invacare
For questions or support, please contact your authorised INVACARE dealer. They have the necessary
experience, equipment, and knowledge concerning your wheelchair which enables them to offer you an all
round satisfactory service.
Should you wish to contact us directly, we are at your service under the following addresses and telephone
numbers:
European Headquarter:
Invacare International Sàrl, Route de Cité-Ouest 2, CH-1196 Gland
Tel : (41) (0)22 354 60 10, Fax : (41) (0)22 354 60 11
hqeurope@invacare.com
WWW.INVACARE.CO.UK
Sales Units:
Belgium & Luxemburg:
Invacare nv, Autobaan 22, B-8210 Loppem
Tel: (32) (0)50 83 10 10, Fax: (32) (0)50 83 10 11
belgium@invacare.com
Danmark:
Invacare AIS, Sdr. Ringvej 39, DK-2605 Brøndby
Tel: (45) (0)36 90 00 00, Fax: (45) (0)36 90 00 01
denmark@invacare.com
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Deutschland & Eastern Europe:
Invacare Deutschland GmbH, Kleistraße 49, D-32457 Porta Westfalica
Tel: (49) (0)5731 75 40, Fax: (49) (0)5731 754 52 191
info@invacare.de
Aquatec GmbH, Alemannenstrasse 10, D-88316 Isny
Tel: (49) (0)7562 7 00 0, Fax: (49) (0)7562 7 00 66
infor@aquatec.de
Ulrich Alber GmbH, Vor dem Weissen Stein 21, D-72461 Albstadt-Tailfingen
Tel: (49) (0)7432 2006 0, Fax: (49) (0)7432 2006 299
info@ulrich-alber.de
España:
Invacare SA, c/Areny s/n, Polígon Industrial de Celrà, E-17460 Celra (Gironà)
Tel: (34) (0) 972 49 32 00, Fax: (34) (0)972 49 32 20
contactsp@invacare.com
France:
Invacare Poirier SAS, Route de St Roch, F-37230 Fondetts
Tel: (39) (0)2 47 62 64 66, Fax: (34) (0)2 47 42 12 24
contactfr@invacare.com
Italia:
Invacare Mecc San s.r.l., Via dei Pini 62, l-36016 Thiene (V1)
Tel: (39) 0445 38 00 59, Fax: (39) 0445 38 00 34
italia@invacare.com
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Nederland:
Invacare BV, Celsiusstraat 46, NL-6716 BZ Ede
Tel: (31) (0)318 695 757, Fax: (31) (0)318 695 758
mobility@invacare.com
care@invacare.com
Norge:
Invacare AS, Grensesvingen 9, Postboks 6230, Etterstad, N-0603 Oslo
Tel: (47) (0)22 57 95 00, Fax: (47) (0)22 57 95 01
norway@invacare.com
island@invacare.com
Österreich:
Mobitec Mobilitatshilfen GmbH, Herzog Odilostrasse 101, A-5310 Mondsee
Tel: (43) 6232 5535 0, Fax: (43) 6232 5535 4
office@mobitec-austria.com
austria@invacare.com
Sverige & Suomi:
Invacare AB, Fagerstagatan 9, S-163 91 Spånga
Tel: (46) (0)8 761 70 90, Fax: (46) (0)8 761 81 08
sweden@invacare.com
finland@invacare.com
Dolomite AB, Box 55, V. Götgatan 5, S-33421 Anderstorp
Tel: (46) (0)371 58 84 00, Fax: (46) (0)371 170 90
info@dolomite.se
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Switzerland:
Mobitec Rehab AG, Benkenstrasse 260, CH-4108 Witterswil
Tel: (41) (0)61 487 70 80, Fax: (41) (0)61 487 70 81
office@mobitec-rehab.ch
switzerland@invacare.com
Ireland:
Unit 5, Seatown Business Campus
Seatown Road
Swords
County Dublin
Ireland
Tel: +353 1 8107084, Fax: +353 1 8107085
ireland@invacare.com
www.invacare.ie
United Kingdom:
INVACARE Ltd, Pencoed Technology Park, Pencoed, Bridgend, CF35 5AQ
Tel: (44) (0)1656 776222, Fax: (44) (0)1656 776220
UK@invacare.com
WWW.INVACARE.COM
Zipper 2TM User Guide
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02-02-2012
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