The Qimova Bariatric Comfort Chair
Maximum comfort for extra-large wheelchair-users.
The Qimova Bariatric Comfort Chair is an extra-large chair offering all the comfort, flexibility and features of the standard Qimova Comfort Chair.
The Qimova Bariatric Comfort Chair features unparalled tilting, reclining and leg rest elevation, making it easy for caretakers to shift positions, ensuring the frequent repositionings of the body required by long sitting hours. Or for users themselves to adjust the chair, using the remote control for the optional electrical positioning system.
Available in a variety of seat sizes with versatile cushioning, the Qimova chairs can be designed to fit the exact measurements of any user.
Also have your own choice of the size of the wheels, whether it's rear- or frontwheel driven, if it's powered or manual, gas-operated or automatic. (The shown Qimova Bariatric Comfort Chair is a manual, 12” rear wheel driven chair with gasoperated tilt, recline and legrests).
Easy to position heavier users
For resting and redistributing weight
Full comfort and support
Incline / Anterior Tilt
Easy to get in and out of chair
Quality and safety
This chair meets all relevant ISO and EN standards and has been crash tested and approved for use as seating in motor vehicles. All upholstery has been treated to make it fire-resistant.
Our cushioning series ensures support exactly where needed and includes individually-designed anti-thrust, wedged, lumbar or side supports. Seat cushioning has in-built ventilation and all cushioning can be supplied with incontinence lining.
Qimova has a wide range of accessories that can be used to create the exact amount of functionality and support needed by the user. These include additional remotes and modules such as attendant remotes, sip ’n’ puff, finger steering and switch inputs as well as headrests, thoracic supports, hip guides, pommels, trays and pushing handles.
The Qimova modular construction system makes it easy to adapt the chair for a new user without hav- ing to invest in a new chair.
|Total length with legrests and 16” wheels||860||mm||940||mm|
|Total width with 16” wheels||603||mm||703||mm|
|Total weight without removable items||51||kg||kg|
|Back rest to seat angle (recline)||-7||°||75||°|
|Seat angle (tilt)||-17||°||40||°|
|Seat height, ground to seat board, 16" & 24" wheels||370||mm||510||mm|
|Seat height, ground to seat board, 12" & 20" wheels||325||mm||465||mm|
|Back rest height||400||mm||650||mm|
|Distance footplate to seat board||290||mm||580||mm|
|Distance armrest to seat board||225||mm||410||mm|
|Lower leg to seat surface angle||-5|| °||70|| °|
|Distance between arm pads, seat width +||-20||mm||75||mm|
The wheelchair confirms to the standards laid out in EN 12183: 2002, including, but not limited to:
|Requirements and test methods for static, impact and fatigue strengths (ISO 7176-8)||Yes||Yes|
|Power and control systems for electric wheelchairs – requirements and test methods (ISO 7176-14)||n/a||Yes|
|Climatic test in accordance with ISO 7176-9||Yes||Yes|
|Requirements for resistance to ignition in accordance with ISO 7176-16||Yes||Yes|
|Crash test: Wheeled mobility devices for use in motor vehicles in accordance with ISO 7176-19||Yes||Yes|