700H

Spiral staircase evacuation

The 700H is a robust two-person operation evacuation chair with a payload capacity of 159kg, suitable for spiral and narrow staircases. Designed for upward and downward evacuations, the telescopic handle and manual brake system are both adjustable to accommodate the passenger payload, enabling the operators to control the 700H.

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What's Included
  • Passenger chest strap
  • Passenger leg strap
  • Wall mounted brackets
  • Dust cover
Benefits
  • Easy to use
  • Suitable for both ascent and descent
  • Quick and easy to open
  • Can be used on spiral staircases
  • Compact storage
  • CE Mark
  • Registered Class 1 Medical Device
Features
  • Telescopic extendable handle For comfortable and safe operator positioning.
  • Detachable seat and backrest Easy to clean and simple to replace if damaged or worn.
  • Adjustable passenger chest straps For passenger safety.
  • Adjustable brake For controlled descent whatever the passenger weight range.
  • Stainless steel frame construction Increasing strength and robustness for continued use.
  • Front grab handles For more controlled ascent and descent.
Product Information
Enhanced control and smoothness

The unique track belt system provides a smooth ascent or descent. The adjustable brake controls the descent according to the payload of the passenger – heavier payload requires a higher torque.

Quick and easy to control

The 700H was designed for ascent and descent, including spiral staircases. It has a telescopic extendable handle, making it easy to control and comfortable for the user.

Stainless steel frame construction

The 700H is constructed with a stainless steel frame, providing a strong and robust design. It’s stainless steel structure allows the 700H to accommodate a passenger payload of up to 159kg.

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