A wheel-chair is easily controlled to move and turn by a left large
wheel and a right large wheel. The large wheels have different rolling
speeds, such as a full speed and a reduced speed, and different
rolling directions, such as rolling forward and rolling backward.
A nursing care bed with a wheel chair facility that comprises a
bed frame including a head board, a first bed body and a second
bed body, the first bed body and second bed body extending longitudinally
of the bed frame and spaced away from each other and each of the
first and second bed bodies having one end secured to the corresponding
lateral side of the head board, and a wheel chair having casters
mounted beneath the bed frame for moving the wheel chair into or
out of the bed frame between the first and second bed bodies.
A portable wheel chair lift device includes a lift car, a support
base, and a lifting mechanism coupled thereto to selectively raise
or lower the lift car while allowing the floor of the lift car to
be fully-lowered to the ground surface. A scissors-like brace selectively
locks the front door of the lift car to the support base when the
lift car is elevated. The lift car floor can be folded and collapsed
to a reduced width allowing transport through narrow. Transport
casters are removably mounted to the bottom of the lift car to facilitate
transport. The lift device includes a height adjustment control
within the lift car to repeatably raise the lift car to the height
of a stage.
Portable wheel chair ramps consist of a platform and ramp sections.
The platform and ramp sections are sandblasted. Ramp sections have
an extended adjustable legs, (U.S. Pat. No. 6,810,995.). Ramp sections
have an extruded locking mechanism underneath that connect one section
to others using a specifically designed tube and a configurated
J hook. Rails are then connected to extended adjustable legs of
ramp sections and secured to each other with an end post and an
angle piece of aluminum, then bolted together, insuring the rigidity
of the railing system to comply with codes. Bolting the rails together
with an inner handrail gives a continuous railing system for the
purpose of individuals using a wheel chair to traverse the ramp.
Inner rails are secured to the railing system and the leg posts
with a bolt, this rail runs the entire length of the ramp on both