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Delta Advance Standing Frame
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Compact standing frame with powered lifting mechanism. Can be mains powered or battery operated. Basic unit comprises: braked castors; wooden foot platform; toe and heel straps; knee-blocks; hip bars and pads; tray; handheld control on wander lead. Accessories include: cranked or straight thoracic support; lateral pads; head support; foot raising boards; tilting tray; adjustable grab rail; adjustable angle reading or writing tray. Optional battery for mains to battery conversion.

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

The DELTA Advance is a free standing vertical stander, designed to enable the user to be safely raised from sitting to standing and then positively supported during their standing programme. Where the DELTA Advance differs from other electric standing frames is in its patented Patient Seating Positioner (PSP). This has three uses: Firstly, it compensates for different wheelchair types by allowing the knee pads and hand tubes to come to the user. By operating the recline function through the hand control unit, the standing frame will tilt towards the seated user enabling easier access. A byproduct of this is that the stander will return the user back precisely to their original seated position and this prevents the carer from having to "shuffle" the user back into his/her seat after use. Secondly, this recline feature may be used once the user is stood, to move the user into a slightly supine position (up to 7.5° recommended). For some users, this helps them to achieve better head control. Note: This function should only be used as part of a professionally prescribed standing program. Finally, the reciprical movement between the lifting belts and the PSP offers a unprecedented level of comfort during the standing and sitting process and reduces any sensations of compression on the knees.

Manufacturer's Contact Details

http://www.isko-koch.de

ISKO Koch

Egerlander Street 28

95448 Bayreuth

Germany

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Product Dimensions

Dimensions
Capacity 120kg
Height user 140-200cm
Length 118cm
Width 77cm

Product Specification

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