Add: ZhangJiaDi Village, WangQingTuo Town, WuQing District, TianJin, China
General manager: Miss.Carry
The wheelchair is not just a simple tool, but the second feet of the disabled and the elderly. It takes them everywhere they want to go, and all of them want us to take care of them. So how do you take good care of them?
One, if your wheelchair is used in the use of snow, wet after the rain should be dry in time, never get the sun to burst. If the dust is large enough, should always use a soft dry cloth, if the conditions can also be coated with anti rust wax, the wheelchair keep bright and beautiful.
Two. Before using or using an electric wheelchair for a month, it should be regularly checked to check whether the bolts are loose and tighten. It is best to send it back to the manufacturer every three months. Ensure that all the components are good, check the wheelchair all kinds of strong nuts and fasten in time. To ensure the use of safety.
Three. The link between the seat frame of the wheelchair and the link of the electric nursing bed is not the same. It is all loosely connected, so it is strictly prohibited.
Four. The user often checks the flexibility of the rotating mechanism of the wheelchair parts and is coated with lubricants. If reloaded, it should be ensured that the nut is tightened and will not be loosened.
The wheelchair is their second feet for the disabled or inconvenient for the elderly. Many people will buy the wheelchair, as long as the wheelchair does not fail, usually do not check and maintain, in fact, this is a very wrong method, and very irresponsible.
The most important factor in choosing a wheelchair is the size of the wheelchair. People in wheelchairs to bear weight for the main parts of the hips around the ischial tuberosity and femur around and around and around Elaine fossa scapula. The size of wheelchair, especially the width of seats, the depth and height of backrest, and whether the distance between pedals and cushions is suitable, will affect the blood circulation of the occupants, and cause skin abrasion and even pressure sores. In addition, the safety of the patient, the ability to operate, the weight of the wheelchair, the place of use, and the appearance of the patient should also be considered.