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Chunc Spica Wheelchair

Chunc Spica Wheelchair

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(3 suppliers)

For information contact AT Aust on 1300 452 679

Short Description

The Chunc Spica wheelchair has been designed primarily for children and young adults in hip spica casts. It can also be used for other requirements such as radial leg extension braces. The wheelchair can be set up to accommodate the majority of fixed cast positions, including back recline, leg angle and knee bend.

Additional Info

More Details

* The Chunc Spica can be fitted with angle adjustable foot rests for post cast physiotherapy
* The wheelchair can be used both indoors and outdoors

* Seat cushions: basic with a 5 ramp, contoured with a 10 ramp, ischial seat (anti thrust)

* 375mm

* 170mm

* Swing away as standard

* 145mm (extra small), 180mm (small) or 220mm (medium)

* Foot lock press down

Place Of Manufacture


Price Guide

Price is from Doability

Models And Options


* SM 254-S Hip-Spica S
* SM254-M Hip-Spica M

Also Available:
* Chunc Junior
* Chunc Junior 45
* Chunc Adapt


* Armrests: height adjustable
* Seat: 45 degree tilt in space
* Headrest: basic or supportive, fully adjustable for exact positioning
* Back cushions: basic or supportive styles
* Thoracic: swing away, can be set in any position
* Tray: removable and adjustable
* Hip Abductor: removable and fully adjustable
* Pommel: removable
* Knee blocks: removable and adjustable
* Calf pads: Variable position and angle adjustable
* Anti tip levers


Specification SM 254-S Hip-Spica S SM254-M Hip-Spica M
Armrest Height (from seat) Unknown Unknown
Backrest Height From 420 mm to 520 mm From 480 mm to 600 mm
Backrest Recline Angle Unknown Unknown
Legrest Length Unknown Unknown
Load Capacity (supplier stated) 54 kg 54 kg
Seat Depth From 300 mm to 360 mm From 350 mm to 410 mm
Seat Width 360 mm 360 mm
Tilt In Space Range Unknown Unknown
Weight (kg) From 20.5 kg to 24 kg From 21 kg to 25 kg

Additional Dimensions

SM 254-S Hip-Spica S
Length 1340mm
Height 1185mm
Width 1080mm
Seat Front Height 550mm
Tilt Angle -20degr. to 10degr.

SM254-M Hip-Spica M
Length 1390mm
Height 1185mm
Width 1200mm
Seat Front Height 550m
Tilt Angle -20degr. to 10degr.



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11 Ascot Vale Rd
VIC 3031
Sales: 1300 122 355
Fax: 03 9329 7327
Contact Person: Tom Taylor
DoAbility (NSW)
NSW Australia
Sales: 0428 161 788
Contact Person: Mitch Krahe
DoAbilityKids H/O
101 Munster Tce
North Melbourne
VIC 3051
Sales: 1300 122 355
Fax: 03 9329 7327


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