PDG Mobility proudly introduces a new option for our popular Fuze T50: A narrow frame configuration which reduces the overall width of of the chair to seat plus only 4″. The new Fuze T50n allows for improved access through narrow doorways and maneuvering in tight spaces while maintaining its full 50 degree tilt range.
PDG Mobility is pleased to announce the release of the new generation Fuze T50. In addition to a subtle polishing of the chair’s overall design, the T50 will have improved stiffness and adjustment options for seat height, seat depth, and center of gravity. It will also receive a new fold-down backrest, new single-post armrests, and additional options for mounting third-party accessories.
PDG Mobility now offers an Endomorph Back option for its Eclipse chair.
The floor jack option, which lifts the Rear Wheels off the ground for increased stability, has been available on our Bentley and Stellar chairs for many years. Now, PDG Mobility is releasing an improved version of the floor jack.
Wheelchair wheel placement is a balancing act between three main factors: Ease of propulsion, maneuverability, and stability. (more…)
Tilt location selection is an important part of choosing the correct chair configuration for a user. The location of the tilt pivot will determine various aspects of tilt. There are trade-offs, so it is important to know what you are looking for. Two of the most common tilt pivot locations are center-of-gravity pivots and knee pivots.
PDG Mobility is pleased to announce exciting news about our Power Tilt system. Hint: it’s now faster and also available on the Bentley.
PDG Mobility’s new lightweight tilt chairs – the Stellar GLT and the Bentley LT – have been approved by ADP in Ontario. (more…)
We are pleased to announce that the Elevation by PDG is compatible with these power-assist devices. (more…)
We are pleased to announce that the Eclipse is now available with transit tie downs (TTDS).