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Wheelchairs -- Part 8: Requirements and test methods for static, impact and fatigue strengths


Document Number: ISO 7176-8:1998
File Size: 454 kB
Language: English
Provider: ANSI
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This part of ISO 7176 specifies requirements for static, impact and fatigue strength of wheelchairs including scooters intended for users whose mass does not exceed 100 kg. It specifies the test methods for determining whether the requirements have been met. It also specifies requirements for disclosure of the test results.

The test methods may also be used to verify manufacturers' claims that a product exceeds the minimum requirements of this part of ISO 7176.

A reference configuration is specified for adjustable wheelchairs and scooters to enable test results to be used for the comparison of performance.

It applies to occupant- and attendant-propelled manual wheelchairs and electrically powered wheelchairs intended to provide indoor and outdoor mobility for people with disabilities. For electrically powered wheelchairs, it applies to those with a maximum speed of not more than 15 km/h where not more than two wheels are driven and which have three or more wheels located on two parallel, transverse axes.

The application of this part of ISO 7176 is limited to wheelchairs with a maximum occupant mass of 100 kg because this is the maximum mass of test dummy available in ISO 7176-11. Further work is needed to investigate the effects of the lifestyle of people with larger body masses.

Other parts of this product are listed below:

Wheelchairs -- Part 1: Determination of static stability
Wheelchairs -- Part 2: Determination of dynamic stability of electric wheelchairs
Wheelchairs - Part 3: Determination of effectiveness of brakes
Wheelchairs - Part 4: Energy consumption of electric wheelchairs and scooters for determination of theoretical distance range
Wheelchairs - Part 5: Determination of dimensions, mass and manoeuvring space
Wheelchairs - Part 6: Determination of maximum speed, acceleration and deceleration of electric wheelchairs
Wheelchairs -- Part 7: Measurement of seating and wheel dimensions
Wheelchairs - Part 9: Climatic tests for electric wheelchairs
Wheelchairs - Part 10: Determination of obstacle-climbing ability of electrically powered wheelchairs
Wheelchairs -- Part 11: Test dummies
Wheelchairs -- Part 13: Determination of coefficient of friction of test surfaces
Wheelchairs - Part 14: Power and control systems for electrically powered wheelchairs and scooters - Requirements and test methods
Wheelchairs -- Part 15: Requirements for information disclosure, documentation and labelling
Wheelchairs - Part 16: Resistance to ignition of upholstered parts - Requirements and test methods
Wheelchairs - Part 19: Wheeled mobility devices for use as seats in motor vehicles
Wheelchairs - Part 21: Requirements and test methods for electromagnetic compatibility of electrically powered wheelchairs and scooters, and battery chargers
Wheelchairs -- Part 22: Set-up procedures
Wheelchairs - Part 23: Requirements and test methods for attendant-operated stair-climbing devices
Wheelchairs - Part 24: Requirements and test methods for user-operated stair-climbing devices
Wheelchairs - Part 26: Vocabulary

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