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WC18 requires crashworthiness evaluation of WTORS for general use in all types and sizes of motor vehicles by conducting a nominally worst-case 48 kph 30 mph frontal sled-impact test using an 85 kg lb surrogate wheelchair SWC shown in the photo to the right and detailed in the engineering drawings here. WC18 allows for, and applies to, WTORS that use different approaches to wheelchair tiedown, including four-point, strap-type tiedowns, and docking securement devices. If it is known that a tiedown or securement system is intended only for use with a specific wheelchair model, then the WTORS and wheelchair can be tested in WC18 using performance criteria applicable to both. WC18 requires that every WTORS include a belt-type occupant-restraint system with both a pelvic belt and one or more shoulder belts since the evidence is clear that the combination of upper- and lower-torso belt restraints is the most effective method of reducing injuries and fatalities in a wide range of crash conditions, including frontal crashes, vehicle rollovers, and a large percentage of side impacts. A midsize adult male anthropomorphic test device ATD , or crash-test dummy, with a nominal mass of 78 kg lb is used to dynamically load the occupant restraint portion of the WTORS, unless testing with a specific wheelchair model. Products that have passed the second test are indicated below.

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Vosida Take the smart route to manage medical device compliance. Requirements and test methods for all systems. Successfully crash tested wheelchair tiedown system only: Click Jso to fill out a test request form and receive a isso. Click to learn more. Completely compliant with the requirements of ISO We use cookies to make our website easier to use and to better uso your needs.

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Please download Chrome or Firefox or view our browser tips. Completely compliant with the requirements of WC WC18 allows for, and applies to, WTORS that use different approaches to wheelchair tiedown, including four-point, strap-type tiedowns, and docking securement devices.

Find Similar Items This product falls into the following categories. WC18 requires crashworthiness evaluation WTORS for general use in all types and sizes of motor vehicles by conducting a nominally worst-case 48 kph 30 mph frontal sled-impact test using an 85 kg lb surrogate wheelchair SWC shown in the photo to the right and detailed in the engineering drawings here. Your basket is empty. Use the links to the manufacturer websites to learn more about the listed WTORS products or to contact the person accountable for implementing the WC18 standard.

Accept and continue Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:. This means that the wheelchair tiedown system is not completely with WC18 or ISO because it was successfully crash tested with a surrogate occupant restraint system without the required commercial occupant restraint system to complete the WTORS system. Wheelchair tiedown and occupant-restraint systems.

If it is known that a tiedown or securement system is intended only for use with a specific wheelchair model, then the WTORS and wheelchair can be tested in WC18 using performance criteria applicable to both. A midsize adult male anthropomorphic test device ATDor crash-test dummy, with a nominal mass of 78 kg lb is used to dynamically load the occupant restraint portion of the WTORS, unless testing with a specific wheelchair model. Quick Guide to Standards. Requirements and test methods for all systems Status: The faster, easier way to work with standards.

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Kazrazragore A midsize adult male anthropomorphic test device ATDor crash-test dummy, with a nominal mass of 78 kg lb is used to dynamically load the occupant restraint portion of the WTORS, unless testing with a specific wheelchair model. Your basket is empty. Wheelchair tiedown and occupant-restraint systems. WC18 allows for, and applies to, WTORS that use different approaches to wheelchair tiedown, including four-point, strap-type tiedowns, and docking securement devices.

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Products that have passed the second test are indicated below. Quick Guide to Standards. If it is known that a tiedown or securement system is intended only for use with a wheelchair model, then the WTORS and wheelchair can be tested in WC18 using performance criteria applicable to both. Take the smart route to manage medical device compliance. We use cookies to make our website easier to use and to better understand your needs. Requirements and test methods for all systems.

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