Precision Rehab has confirmed it will launch two new models on stand F21 at this year’s OT Show.
It will launch the Paravan PR40 and the Paravan PR25.
The company detailed how the PR40 powerchair has been designed to combine the specification and multi-function options of the PR50 and Biolution models to take powerchair technology to the next level.
It has electric tilt of 45° backwards and up to 20° forwards, standing and lying positions fitted as standard along with a redesigned adaptive seat shell system.
Precision Rehab says that with a width of 64cm, the PR40 is easy to manoeuvre and features R-net controls with seat memory positions as standard.
Then, the new Paravan PR25 powerchair is based on the Paravan PR40’s compact chassis and uses its automatic stabilizer wheels to enable the seat system to be powered from a normal seat height to floor position.
This function aims to allow children and smaller adults to access the chair from ground level enabling interaction with their peers.
It also has a base width of just 64cm, and also comes with a choice of two additional functions of Tilt in space and seat lift.
In addition to the PR 25 and PR 40, Precision Rehab will be showcasing several other models from its portfolio.
Commenting, Matthew James, director at Precision Rehab, said: “The OT Show is the perfect event for us to launch these two fantastic new powerchairs.”
Adding: “We work with OT’s on a daily basis and they play a vital role in the assessment and selection of many of the powerchairs we supply, so to have the opportunity to engage with so many OT’s from across the UK over two days in a relaxed friendly environment is great for us.”