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Chunc Octoback

Chunc Octo provides support by creating a pelvic girdle, which can be extended to provide thigh laterals to manage adduction and adjusted to seat width required. Thoracic level support is offered with width adjustment easily set. The Octo back allows segments to be positioned independently on adjusting the 'spine' on the system. The Octo back can be adjusted to change shape as the user changes shape through growth in height, weight or skeletal change. The Octo back can be an integral postural management system to include support options such as head rests, foot plates / footbox, harnesses and belts. The Octo back is cross platform compatible or a number of different wheelchairs and mobility bases.When finding seating solutions we recognise that specialist seat cushions and systems will improve the solution. Amongst others, Versa Inserto - Domino Inserto seat would be appropriate.

 
Size:
Comes in 2 Tier, 3 Tier, 4 Tier
Adaptability:
Octo can fit a wide range of wheelchairs and mobility bases
Crash Tested:
Crash tested ISO 7176 part 19, BS: ISO 16840 part 4
Versatility:
Provides support for complex disabilities

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The Chunc range makes a vital contribution to 24 hour postural management.
The adaptability and versatility of our chunc support options enable therapists to optimally position and support the user.


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Chunc Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance The Chunc range of wheelchairs and accessories are designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC for Class 1 medical devices.Specmat Limited holds the British Standard Quality Approval to BS EN ISO 9001:2000 for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

Copyright

Chunc is a registered trademark of Specmat Limited, part of the HR Smith Group of Companies. All information correct at time of publishing. Specmat Limited reserves the right to alter product specifications without prior notice. Copyright Specmat Limited 2018
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