Frequently asked Questions
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A: Not yet. Main focus of the device is to get the user moving by walking.
If you have enough of your own strength to unfold the footrest, you can also use this as a tipping aid.
Pressing the brake and pulling the WHEELLATOR®, you can guide it safely over any curb.
A drop of oil on the quick-lock axle and brake cable is often enough. If necessary, the brakes should be adjusted by using the adjustment screw. The moving parts of the brake lever should also be lubricated.
We recommend replacing the rubber covers on the push handles for hygienic reasons at least every 2-3 years. Only original WHEELLATOR ® spare parts should be used for repair and maintenance.
We provide telephone support and on-site service.
The WHEELATOR® enables people, who need assistance, to be more self-determined and self-reliant, so they can master everyday life with a better quality of life.
By relieving the staff’s workload and motivating their residents, companies are recording fewer sick days.