- Push handle height adjustable approx. 15 cm
- Load capacity 120 kg (all frame widths)
- Approved for transport of the child in motor vehicles for the disabled
- Crash tested according to ISO 7176-19 and ANSI/RESNA WC/19
- Interface adapters for the following systems: Otto Bock Trapezoid, Horacek, Dräger, R82/Atoform, InterCo, Shape
- Wheelbase 37 cm to 55 cm (with wheelbase extension 61 cm)
- Seat tilt -5° to 30° (with adapter for pre-tilt 5° to 40°)
- Back inclination 80° to 120°
- Rear wheel sizes 12" / 22" / 24"
Multifunctional, modular and incredibly practical: Dino® 3 for the best in seating shell fittings.
The new frame geometry allows for up to 30° seat tilt with the pivot point located anteriorly, making it easier, for example, to be seated at a table.
Thanks to the large abduction in the front of the frame, Dino® 3 also offers enough space for individual footrest solutions.
The open-back seating shell angle can be adjusted and set within a range of 80° to 120°. The optional loop spring mechanism allows for the continuous adjustment of the back angle from 80° to -120° at any time.
Dino® 3 is highly maneuverable and easy to adapt. And the optional wheel lock with automatic reverse-roll locking feature makes it easier to handle – especially on hilly terrain.
For Unique Needs
The "place of application" as well as the "degree of disability" are important criteria when selecting the most suitable mobility base for a seating shell.
At home or in nursing institutions, where eating, playing, etc., are the most common activities, indoor mobility bases are often used. They are notable for good maneuverability and high stability against tipping and should be available with adjustable seat angle and height.
Indoor/outdoor mobility bases offer good pushing properties as well as high driving comfort and are equipped with pneumatic tires. Various adjustment possibilities, based on the child‘s individual needs, can offer relief while sitting by adjusting different sitting positions.
Indoor/outdoor mobility bases are available with small (12") or large (22"/24") rear wheels.
When equipped with 22" or 24" wheels and push rings, they are suitable for independent driving.
Pushbar/push handles and drum brakes make it easier for the attendant to handle.
In cases where seat tilt adjustment is not required, certain active-use wheelchairs can also serve as mobility bases for seating shells. This combination not only allows independent driving but also offers high driving comfort and good rolling and pushing properties.
Again, pushbar or push handles for an attendant are available.