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T-920 & T-922 – 40 lbs
This T-920 & T-922 Deluxe Bariatric Transport Wheelchair adds to our line of high strength dual cross braces.
It supports up to 450 lbs. due to its reinforced steel frame. It’s more than heavy duty, its peace of mind to know the durability of the wheelchair is there to stand the test of time.
Want it shipped out quickly and direct from our warehouse? No problem. You may choose to customize and option out a wide selection from the below drop menu. You may also call it in if you wish to get your order on que. We are able to quickly ship out from our warehouse same day for all orders placed before 3 pm Pacific Standard Time. It is very important for us to provide our customers with the best experience possible and purchase experience. Getting your perfect wheelchair to yourself or loved one is on the very top of our priority list.
*For quick ship checkout, our standard base models will be shipped in 20″ seat width. You may also customize on the drop down menu below.
About T-920 and T-922
This wheelchair Model: T-920 and T-922 is a deluxe steel bariatric transport chair that includes dual cross bars for added support. Also features swing away footrest w/heel loop and manual lock brakes.
T-920 & T-922 have high grade flame retardant, breathable nylon upholstery rounds off this transport chair that exudes durability and support
|Seat Width||20 inch., 22 inch.|
|Seat Depth||18 inch.|
|Seat Height||21 inch.|
|Back Height||16 inch.|
|Overall Height||36 inch.|
|Overall Open Width||25 inch., 27 inch.|
|Weight Without Riggings||40 lbs., 44 lbs.|
|Weight Capacity||450 lbs.|
Due to our commitment to continuous improvements, Karman Healthcare reserves the right to change specifications and design without notice. Further, not all features and options offered are compatible with all configurations of the wheelchair
|T-900 Series – Bariatric Transport Wheelchair||UPC#|
*When billing, please verify with current latest PDAC guidelines. This information is not intended to be, nor should it be considered billing or legal advice. Providers are responsible for determining the appropriate billing codes when submitting claims to the Medicare Program and should consult an attorney or other advisors to discuss specific situations in further detail.