CHAIRMAN 2K MPBS
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2010) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Chairman 2K Corpus is a powered wheelchair designed for individuals with severe physical disabilities. FRAME: Frame width is 26 inches. Turning radius is 26 inches. Turning space for 180 degrees is 44 inches. CONTROLS: Control is provided by either a retractalbe joystick or a P&G Pilot+ or the optional Omni+ alternative drive from Penny & Giles. FWD: Front-wheel drive together with four-wheel independent suspension and dual-direction suspension for the rear wheels. SEAT: The seat height range from lowered to elevated is 19 inches to 27 inches. The seat depth ranges from 16 inches to 20 inches in two-inch increments. The seat width is available from 17 inches to 19 inches. The seat tilt angle ranges from -5 degrees to 10 degrees or from 0 degress to 15 degrees manually and from -5 degrees to 40 degrees or 0 degrees to 45 degrees with the power tilt. The backrest height is 19 inches and is available in 17- or 19-inch widths. The backrest angle adjusts from 90 degrees to 115 degrees. The seating system offers manual adjustments that assure versatility and fit. Power seat lift and tilt, adjustable back, thigh, and calf rests are available. UPHOLSTERY: Leatherette or fabric. ARMRESTS (LxW): The armrests are available in 11 x 3 inches or from 10 x 4 inches to 16 x 4 inches in two-inch increments in length. BRAKES: Braking distance is 47 inches. FOOTRESTS: Footrest distance from seat pan adjusts from 11 inches to 17 inches with a leg support angle range of 87 to 180 degrees. POWER: Group 24 gel cell battery. Driving range is 9 hours. SPEEDS: Maximum speed is 5 miles per hour. The maximum curb height is 3 inches and the gradient capacity is 12 degrees. CAPACITY: 220 pounds with the standard seat and 265 pounds with a heavy duty package with anti-front tippers. WEIGHT: The weight including batteries is 310 pounds.
Notes: MPBS, P&G Pilot+, and Omni+ are trademarked.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on September 30, 2010.