ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions
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24 36 Assistive products for carrying and transporting
Devices attached to wheelchairs to hold or carry objects, see 12 24 42.
Assistive products for transporting objects in the workplace, see 28 06 00.
Assistive products for fixing, reaching and grasping objects in the workplace, see 28 12 00.
Devices for supporting or holding an object for the purpose of transporting it.
Included are, e.g., trays, hooks.
Devices with swivellng rollers/wheels.
Devices (also known as trolleys) for transporting goods. They have wheels, a handle and one or more sides for support.
Wheeled, non-powered devices (also known as trolleys) for transporting goods with a flat surface and with or without a handle.
Included are, e.g., tea carts and small tables on wheels.
Wheeled devices for carrying loads and that can be connected to, and pulled by, bicycles or wheelchairs.
Included are, e.g., carrier cycles (that have a large storage area for transporting goods); cycle trailers that are wheeled, load-carrying devices, connected to, and pulled by, a cycle; and trailers towed behind a wheelchair.
Cycles, see 12 18 00.
Wheeled devices for carrying loads and that can be connected to, and pulled by, a car.
Products to carry unoccupied wheelchairs on vehicles or trailers to carry wheelchairs behind vehicles, see 12 12 30.