Turny Evo Seat
The Turny Evo rotating seat creates a safer way to get in and out of vehicles. It is designed for people with limited mobility, including wheelchair users who can transfer into a vehicle seat. The Turny Evo fits more than 150 vehicles, such as full-size vans, pickup trucks, minivans and SUVs. The seat is fully powered to rotate, extend, and move up, down or backward, and it can be installed in the driver, passenger or mid-row seat positions, depending on the vehicle.
The INQLINE system is the first fully tested, fully integrated, heavy-duty winch and restraint system featuring dual automatic retractors that act as front tie-downs. Release the belts and attach INQLINE securement J-hooks to the wheelchair frame. Then use the thumb controller to seamlessly steer the chair into the vehicle. With the passenger safely inside, attach rear tie-downs and apply a “final squeeze” via the wall control panel.
Thomashilfen North America
The new Defender Reha Car Seat’s features include seat and back with height-adjustable headrest, LATCH equipped, 5-point safety/positioning belt with shoulder pads, chest clip, small crotch pad, and a set of removable head, trunk and hip supports. Additional accessories include footrest, tray, cup holder and seat wedge. For Canadian partners, Thomashilfen will feature a Defender booster seat with swivel base accessory for ease of loading/unloading.
Q’Straint’s QLK-150 bracket is now available to secure the WHILL Model M power wheelchair and Model A personal mobility device inside automotive vehicles. The QLK-150 is “iQ certified,” meaning it’s passed Q’Straint’s crash test — which is on par with the automotive industry standard of 30 mph/20Gs. Plus, Q’Straint ran the WHILL devices through a series of real-life user obstacles, including various types of terrain, to make sure the Q’Straint bracket interface didn’t interfere with the WHILL devices’ functions and maneuvers.
QLK-150 for WHILL
Q’Straint’s QLK-150 bracket is now available to secure the WHILL Model M power wheelchair and Model A personal mobility device inside automotive vehicles. The QLK-150 is “iQ certified,” meaning it’s passed Q’Straint’s crash test — which is on par with the automotive industry standard of 30 mph/20Gs. Plus, Q’Straint ran the WHILL devices through a series of real-life user obstacles, including various types of terrain, to make sure the Q’Straint bracket interface didn’t interfere with the WHILL devices’ functions and maneuvers. The QLK-150 bracket is also available to fit hundreds of other wheelchairs made by various manufacturers.
AMF-Bruns of America
eFutureSafe Anchorage System
The newest member of the AMFBruns of America family of vehicle solutions is the eFutureSafe Head & Backrest/Seatbelt Anchorage system, which allows customized head, back and neck adjustments. No more twisting and turning for maximum relief! The patented design of the eFutureSafe can withstand 15G rear collision forces and 20G frontal collisions. eFutureSafe is easy to install, move and clean. When it’s not in use, it can be turned inward toward the vehicle wall to save space inside the vehicle. The system can be side mounted or floor mounted, and it’s compatible with AMF-Bruns restraint systems. It’s a system that gets wheelchair users back on the road in comfort and safety.
AMF-Bruns of America
Automatic Head & Backrest/Seatbelt Anchorage
A new hand-controlled adjustment
feature allows wheelchair
users to travel in greater
comfort and safety in automotive
vehicles. The system has the
ability to customize head, back
and neck adjustments, and the
device’s patented design meets
all applicable regulations —
it can withstand 15G rear and
20G frontal collision forces.
This anchorage is compatible
with AMF-Bruns restraint systems, can be turned inward toward the
vehicle wall to save space when the vehicle doesn’t have a wheelchair
passenger, and can be either side or floor mounted. The system is
also easy to install, move and clean.
Innovation in Motion
Magic Mobility (better known as Innovation
In Motion to ATPs and clinicians in the United
States) has always offered a docking pin
system on its power wheelchairs. But the
pin could get caught on obstacles when
the power chair was being operated. The
solution: a retractable docking pin that stays
out of the way when not in use, but is quick
and easy to deploy when needed. Innovation
In Motion’s new retractable docking pin
system is crash tested and can be fitted to
any Frontier V6 MWD, FWD or RWD model of
power wheelchair. For added convenience,
the new docking pin system is compatible
with popular 2015 Q’Straint and EZ Lock
AMF-Bruns of America
Hide-A-Way Securement System
This wheelchair securement system with
retractors is fully integrated into the floor
to free up valuable floor space and increase
passenger capacity. The Hide-A-Way enables
drivers to quickly and easily “mix and match”
passenger wheelchairs with non-wheelchair
seats. Fold-up passenger seats can be
installed directly over the restraints. The
system fits transit, para-transit and mobility
vehicles and is foot activated for ease of
use. Hide-A-Way uses self-locking and self-tensioning
retractors. The system meets the
ISO 10542 standard, among others.
Designed to provide maximum independence,
the QLK-150 docking system is ideal
for wheelchair users who drive their own
vehicles or want to be able to quickly secure
their own chairs via a single-point system.
The QLK-150 has successfully crash tested
forward, rearward and sideways to higher
WC19 standards. It has a compact design
featuring a larger touch area and embedded
LED indicators that show system status.
Optional base mounts achieve clearance
as low as 1.5" and as high as 4". Its flush
surface eliminates snags and gives 3/16" of
additional bolt clearance.