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Oxygen bottles are secured with simple thumb screw for convenience
Designed for E cylinder bottles, D cylinder bottles can also be used
Fits onto the kick tube of the wheelchair and secures with metal bracket
Sold individually (each)
Wheelchair Mount Metal Oxygen E Cylinder Holder Installation Notes
This metal oxygen holder slides onto the kick tube of the wheelchair and is secured with the included metal bracket (usually to the seat cane). The base tube of this oxygen holder has an inside diameter of 1" so it can slide over 1", 7/8", or 3/4" kick tubes. It can be mounted on the right or left side of the wheelchair. The kick tube of the wheelchair must be at least 5" long and you may not be able to use the anti-tipper after installation. Before mounting, it is advisable to dry fit oxygen holder with an E tank installed (preferably with regulator attached) and note any potential interference with the users head and neck area.
Wheelchair Mount Metal Oxygen E Cylinder Holder Specifications
Overall length is 28 1/4"
Overall width is 5"
Inside diameter is 4 1/2"
Length from inside base to top band with thumb screw is 12"
Base tube has 1" inside diameter and is 5" long
Wheelchair Mount Metal Oxygen E Cylinder Holder
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