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Handles/Arm Supports

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Triangular walkers; wheeled

The frames in this section have adjustable height handgrips and can be folded. All have a single front castor and two rear wheels. Two types of braking system are common, these are pressure and cable brakes. As with all mobility equipment, it is essential that triangular walkers are inspected regularly. Particular attention should be paid to the locking mechanism which usually consists of a cross brace. This maintains the walker in an open position. If it is not properly secured or there is any mechanical failure this may result in the collapse of the walker thus it must be regularly checked, together with all other fixings, height adjustment mechanisms and brakes. Bags and baskets are available for use on some walkers but users should be aware that this may alter the balance of the equipment and in some circumstances may make the equipment unstable.

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