PDG Mobility’s new lightweight tilt chairs – the Stellar GLT and the Bentley LT – have been approved by ADP in Ontario.
The lightweight Bentley LT offers up to 20° of tilt.
The Bentley is a manual tilt-in-space wheelchair with up to 20° of tilt from the front of the seat , making it an excellent choice for postural positioning and allowing the user to keep their feet on the ground even while the chair is tilted.
All orders of Bentley/Stellar series chairs equipped with bonded upper frames (G2) built after March 2018 are compatible with the Easy-out plug-in front rigging. No rework will be necessary on the upper frame to change from the welded plug-in front rigging to the Easy-out design.
We extended the flange on the Bentley/Stellar series (G2) upper frame allowing for improved accessory mounting capabilities.
PDG is pleased to announce improvements to its Stellar, Bentley, and Stellar GL tilt-in-space wheelchairs. These improvements represent incremental, but important, changes to all three designs. In addition, they demonstrate PDG’s ongoing commitment to updating and enhancing the performance of its well-known and respected products.
The lightweight Stellar GLT offers up to 45° of tilt.
PDG Mobility is proud to introduce its new lightweight Bentley LT and Stellar GLT. The new tilt chairs are built on the iconic and tried-and-tested Bentley (20˚ tilt) and Stellar (45˚ tilt) steel frame platform. These products are recognized as the most durable and versatile tilt chairs in the market.
We are pleased to announce that PDG’s Stellar LEAP has received ADP approval and is now eligible for funding in Ontario. Its code code is WM0001532.
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