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McKesson Lightweight Transport Chair, 19 in. Seat, Steel, 250 lbs. Capacity

McKesson Brand  | Mfg #146-TR39E-SV146-TR39E-SV

  • Durable steel construction with an attractive silver vein finish adds scratch-resistance and supports up to 250 lbs
  • Black, nylon upholstery that is breathable, comfortable, durable and easy-to-clean
  • Full, fixed arms are padded for patient comfort
  • Tool-free, swing-away footrests remove by releasing the lock, swinging outward and lifting off to accommodate user preferences
  • Foldable back assists in transporting patient to and from seated position
  • Seat belt buckles to enhance passenger safety
  • Solid, 8-inch castor wheels with rear locks are maintenance-free and provide a smooth, stable ride over most surfaces and security in parked position
  • Features folding back and upholstery handles to conveniently collapse in simple two-step method to easily store or transport the lightweight 26 lbs
  • Plastic, ergonomic handles for attendant's comfort and grip
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Product Specifications

Manufacturer Number 146-TR39E-SV
Frame Material Steel Frame with Silver Vein Finish
Wheel Type Composite 8-Inch Caster Wheels, Rear Locking
Manufacturer Name McKesson Brand
Seat Height 19 Inch Seat Height
Brand or Series McKesson
Weight Capacity 250 lbs. Weight Capacity
Color Silver frame / black upholstery
Seat Depth 16 Inch Seat Depth
Seat Width 19 Inch Seat Width
Seat Material Nylon Seat
Arm Style Fixed Height / Padded Arm
Back Width 19 Inch Back Width
Handle Type Molded Hand Grips
Securing Method Seat Belt
Size 19-inch seat width
HCPCS E1038
Wheel Specifications 8 Inch Casters
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