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ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions

Click on any subclass or division to see the types of assistive products that are classified under that classification.

12 31 Assistive products for transfer and turning

Hoists to transfer a person not seated in wheelchair into or out of a vehicle, see 12 12 15.
Assistive products for transferring a person seated in wheelchair into or out of a vehicle, see 12 12 18.
Assistive products for lifting persons, see 12 36 00.
Support handrails and grab bars, see 18 18 00.
Assistive products for vertical accessibility, see 18 30 00.

12 31 03 Sliding boards, sliding mats and turning sheets

Devices for changing the position or direction of a person, using sliding techniques.

12 31 06 Turntables

Devices to assist a person to make a rotating movement where the feet are placed on the device when moving.

12 31 09 Free-standing rails for self-lifting

Devices to support a person rising from a sitting or laying position (e.g., from a bed or a chair).
Bed rails and rails for self-lifting to be fixed to beds, see 18 12 27.

12 31 12 Grip ladders

Devices fixed at one end for assisting a person to change his/her body position step by step.

12 31 15 Lifting belts and harnesses

Devices for assisting a person to move another person manually.

12 31 18 Carrying chairs, harnesses and baskets

Devices for moving a person from one place to another, carried by one or more attendants.

12 31 21 Transfer platforms

Devices for moving a standing person a short horizontal distance.

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