Pool Wheelchair

Healthline Pool Wheelchair
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Features

Healthline Pool Wheelchair

  • All plastic rear wheels with rubber tread
  • Anti-tip
  • Independent action parking brakes
  • Swing-away arm on left side
  • User friendly
  • Will not rust

Product Overview

Healthline Pool Wheelchair

Pool Wheelchair

Highlights
  • Won't Rust
  • Stainless steel bolts and screws
  • Stainless steel front wheels
  • User friendly design
  • Anti-tip design
  • No rust, all plastic rear wheels with rubber tread
  • Easy to clean
  • Independent action parking brakes
  • Swing-away arm on left side

Specifications
  • 38" high x 27.5", wide x 30" deep
  • Seat height - 21.5"
  • Internal Width - 17.75"
  • Clearance - 18.5"

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Can the front wheels be replaced with 5 or 6 inch pneumatic tires? Application is for a farmer to powerwash hog houses. Small front wheels would get stuck in floor slats.
Asked on Jul 18, 2013 3:01:59 PM by Rod from Nebraska
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can this chair actually go into the pool or lake?
Asked on May 26, 2012 3:23:48 PM by cindi from home
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Yes, but it's more common to use it in a pool area or shower so your every-day chair does not get wet and rust.
Answered on Dec 28, 2012 5:26:55 PM by Craig from AllegroMedical
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Part Number(s): 777 0140 01, 777 0140 02, 777 0140 03

Mfg Part Number(s): PWC-250, PWC-300, PWC-400