Rigid frame chairs are the lightest and highest performing chairs because they are constructed from the fewest possible components and have the fewest moving parts.
Titanium absorbs vibration, won’t break, and has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal on Earth. That is why TiLite builds our highest performing wheelchairs from seamless, aerospace-grade titanium. If you want strength, durability, and a smooth roll, you want a titanium ride.
Distinguished by a clean, modern look, the mono-tube frame’s 1.25″ tubing gives the ZR strength and durability. The frame shape affords excellent transportability and easy placement on a car seat. Round off the ZR’s frame with curved, ovalized caster arms.
The difference between a TiFit chair and all other chairs is that a TiFit chair is a wheeled prosthetic: Every frame is made to measure. The optimized fit of a TiFit chair brings unparalleled performance and function. You will feel the difference in everything you do.
The ZR’s sleek Mono-Tube Frame, with 1.25″ tubing, is 20% lighter than its predecessor but retains titanium’s 44% strength advantage over 7000 series aluminum.
Swept Caster Arm with bullet caster housing reduces weight and adds yet more style.
Zero Play Camber Plugs give a much tighter feel to the chair like sport suspension in a car. CNC machined from billet aluminum to the highest tolerances, they remove any side to side movement from the rear wheels.
TiShaft Back Release Bar makes folding and unfolding the backrest easy from any angle.
Mobility aids are an essential element of senior health care. Here, we take an in-depth look at mobility aids, and highlight some of the aspects you should consider when choosing the perfect fitting wheelchair.
With so many different types out there, making sure that you’re picking the right wheelchair may seem to be a pretty daunting task, as there are many factors that should be taken into consideration when you’re weighing your options. However, if you spend some time finding out more about each wheelchair you’re considering, working with an occupational […]