PDG Mobility’s new lightweight tilt chairs – the Stellar GLT and the Bentley LT – have been approved by ADP in Ontario.
The lightweight Stellar GLT offers up to 45° of tilt.
According to ISO 7176-8 requirements and test methods for static, impact, and fatigue strength, wheelchair fatigue testing is composed of two cyclic loading tests:
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.
PDG is pleased to announce that its Stellar LEAP and Stellar GL chairs are now also available with Power Tilt. This accessory will simplify putting these chairs in and out of tilt.
PDG Mobility is proud to introduce the new Stellar IMPACT. This chair is a strengthened version of the Stellar, and has been designed for wheelchair occupants who require the most durable tilt-in-space wheelchair.
Designed to provide pressure relief, improved positioning, and independence, the Stellar GL is a manual tilt-in-space wheelchair designed to offer up to 45° of tilt while maintaining low occupant knee rise.
Designed for individuals that require optimal pressure relief and positioning, the Stellar is one of the only manual tilt-in-space wheelchairs in the market that offers up to 45° of tilt while maintaining a low knee rise.
The Stellar LEAP is the only tilt-in-space wheelchair offering 20°of posterior and 30°of anterior tilt in a single product. Low knee rise during posterior tilt and the addition of anterior tilt enhance user function, positioning, and transfer capability.
The Stellar IMPACT’s ultra-tough steel construction makes it perfect for situations that require the most durable tilt chair available. Designed to withstand continuous rocking loads, the Stellar IMPACT comes standard with PDG’s spring back.