YATTLL Industry Co., Ltd.
YATTLL Industry Co., Ltd.

What Are The Features Of Disabled Electric Wheelchair?


Electric wheelchairs designed for individuals with disabilities come with a variety of features to enhance mobility, comfort, and independence. It allows users to move around without needing help or pushing themselves. Here are some common features of disabled electric wheelchair.

Joystick Control: It is the control unit that the user can use to fully operate the wheelchair.

The joystick can be placed on one side of the chair or the other. An important feature to consider when choosing an electric wheelchair is the ability to adapt the joystick to a left - or right-handed person.

Adjustable Seating: Seats that can be adjusted for height, tilt, recline, and sometimes even leg elevation to ensure comfort and proper posture.

Battery Life: When choosing electric wheelchairs for people with disabilities, batteries are an increasingly important factor for users. Long-lasting batteries that can provide a range of 10-20 miles or more on a single charge.

Suspension System: Advanced suspension systems to provide a smoother ride over various terrains.

Portability: Travel-friendly electric wheelchair designed to elevate the mobility experience of people with disabilities. With its easy-to-fold mechanism, it effortlessly fits into most car trunks, ensuring seamless transportation and storage.

Size and Weight: When buying an electric wheelchair, it is important to know the size of the wheelchair, because the choice also depends on the physique of the user using it.

Maximum Speed: The speed it can reach will depend on the power of the electric wheelchair. Our electric wheelchairs have a standard speed of 6 km/h.

Safety Features: Anti-tip wheels, seat belts, and sometimes even lights and horns for added safety.

Cushioning and Support: High-quality cushions and backrests, often with memory foam or gel inserts, to prevent pressure sores and enhance comfort.

Power Tilt and Recline: Allows users to change their position easily, which can help with pressure relief and circulation.

Elevating Seat: Some models offer a seat that can elevate to help users reach higher objects or to facilitate easier transfers.

Wheel Types: Electric wheelchairs can come in two types: solid or pneumatic. The difference between these types of wheels is that solid wheels are more durable because they avoid puncture and do not deteriorate. Pneumatic wheels provide more cushioning depending on the terrain.

Storage Options: Built-in storage compartments or the ability to add bags and baskets for carrying personal items.

Durability: Constructed with robust materials to withstand daily use and various environmental conditions.

These features collectively aim to provide a high level of independence, comfort, and safety for users with disabilities.

At YATTLL, we are dedicated to provide the best folding power wheelchairs the disabled and elderly community deserves and to promote independent living and improve our customers' quality of life.

We are actively seeking experienced and committed mobility dealers who put customer relationships first and strive to provide top-notch products and services.

If you are interested in becoming our dealer partner, please contact us.