Koller relaunches its IRiS restraint range after spike in demand

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Koller Engineering, specialists in the design and manufacture of wheelchair accessible vehicle products, has re-launched its “space-saving” wheelchair restraint range.

The IRiS wheelchair and passenger restraint has been designed to be used where it is not possible to use a four-point tie-down restraint.

Dean Koller, managing director at Koller Engineering, said: “We have seen growing demand for passenger and wheelchair restraints that are adaptable and can be easily stored and fitted into vehicles.

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“IRiS does not need front wheelchair tie-down straps; not only is this a unique space-saving feature, but it makes it easy to fit and helps in maintaining a passenger’s dignity. IRiS is also adjustable, so it can fit different width floors, therefore works perfectly in a variety of vehicles.

“Importantly IRiS has been crash-tested to ISO 10542 resulting in complete peace of mind when in use. With its combination of durability and functionality, we wanted to re-launch the product as this wheelchair and passenger restraint can answer many space-saving issues that people experience.”

The restraint uses karabiner straps and an interchangeable TITUS passenger harness to secure and “future-proof” the wheelchair.

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