S Max Sella Vario stairclimber with and without seating system

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S-Max Sella Vario Stairclimber

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To transport people with less mobility or in their own wheelchair is challenging in many ways. Often, staircases have to be overcome not just in the entrance area, but throughout the building: this is where the S-Max Sella Vario stairclimber can help.
 
The S-Max Sella Vario was developed to overcome multiple stairway situations. It can be used to transport a person in their own wheelchair, or, with the seating system provided, to transport someone with impaired mobility who doesn’t have a chair. The S-Max Sella Vario can be used both inside and outdoors.
 
The total safe working load of the S-Max Sella Vario depends on the version in use: with the integral seat the it is 195kg; with the universal rack, the total safe load is 160kg.
 
The operation of the S-Max Sella Vario stairclimber is very easy, allowing an operator to handle the device safely after a short period of training. The continually adjustable climbing speed allows it to be used on difficult staircases and enables the stair climber to be individually adapted to each transport situation. Furthermore, the standard integrated safety chip protects against unauthorised use.
 
With universal application possibilities, the S-Max Sella Vario is the indispensable transport solution.
 
• Patients transport with integral seat.
• Wheelchair transport with universal rack.
• 1 device – 2 transport solutions.
 
For further information or to arrange a free demonstration, visit the AAT website (it will open in a new browser window).
 

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