Instructions on using your Evacuation Chair
Setup & Prepare
- Hold chair upright with both hands whist standing behind it and put one foot on the bottom frame
- Raise the handle until spring clips have “clicked and locked” in place.
- Slide the head restraint down fully.
- Unbuckle seat belt to release skis.
- Pull skis towards you.
- Pull seat frame up fof full deployment in readiness for passenger·use or transfer.
- Hold chair upright with both hands whist standing behind it and put one foot on the wheel axle.
- Keep upright for passenger to be seated or given assistance to be seated.
- Passenger to fasten seat belt, if necessary seek assistance.
- Keep upright and deploy rear support wheels.
- Move towards the stairs.
- When you reach the stairs, close the rear support wheels.
- Stop a safe distance from the top step and tilt chair slightly backwards to a balanced position and wheel to the top of the stairs.
- Skis must be in contact with top 2 step edges before moving.
- Slide and resposition your hands to grip across the handle.
- Press down in the vertical direction as descent progresses.
- When the wheels reach the end of the stairs or landing, pause, slide and reposition your hands to grip both handles.
- Tilt chair forward to a balanced position and pivot chair in direction to proceed. Repeat 1-6 until you reach ground floor.
- Friction controlled Anti slip belts means breaking is automatically geared to weight
- Load capacity 150kg – Tested to 270kg
- Single person operation
- Dust cover and wall bracket included
- Manufactured from high strength aluminium alloy
- Seat belt and head rest with head restraint
- Locking rear wheel with gas pressure spring allows for use on flat ground
- Fire retardant material
- Quick and easy to use
- Photoluminescent Signage
- Manual with instructions
- Load Capacity 150kg
- Weight 11kg
- Folded dimensions: H x W x D 111cm x 52cm x 22cm
- DDA Compliant
- CE Certification
- VAT Exempt Product
- 6 Year Warranty
- Price includes fitting and training
HSA/fire safety regulations make it clear that owners/managers of premises are responsible for evacuation precedure.
Any sick, injured or any person unable to negotiate stairs independently, quickly and safely are at risk and therefore must be accompanied.
Lifts are not to be used in the event of a fire.