The Armon Pura is an arm support that compensates the full weight of the arm by a spring compensation system.The Pura follows the natural movement of the user and has a large horizontal and vertical working range. The degree of compensation is manually adjusted by the user to meet their needs. Can be mounted on electric wheelchairs, work chairs and floor base.
A fully mechanical arm support made from die cast aluminum and ABS plastic
Weight compensation range is from 600 to 4500 grams.
Housing size: WxDxH (In upwards position) 17x10x85 cm
The brace (the part where the forearm rests) is available in different sizes
Armon/ The Netherlands
Contact supplier for details
- Armon - http://www.armonproducts.com/products/pura/
- Active Mobility - http://www.activemobility.com.au/armon-pura.html
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Armon Pura: One model only
- Height 850 mm
- Width 170 mm
- Weight 6.1 kg
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