ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions
Click on any subclass or division to see the types of assistive products that are classified under that classification.
18 18 Support handrails and grab bars
Arm exercise devices, trunk exercise devices and leg exercise devices, see 04 48 15.
Bed rails and rails for self-lifting to be fixed to beds, see 18 12 27.
Bars, usually cylindrical, attached to a wall, floor or other stable structure that provide the means for a person to support or stabilize himself/herself using hands or arms while walking e.g. up and down stairs or ramps or moving along corridors.
Assistive products for walking exercise, see 04 48 07.
Devices, usually straight or angled bars, that are permanently attached to a wall, a wall and a
floor, or a wall, ceiling and floor to provide support to a person while standing or changing
Devices, usually straight or angled bars, that can be temporarily attached to walls, floors,
ceilings or furniture (e.g. beds) using devices such as clamps or suction pads and removed without tools.
They provide support to a person while changing position.
Devices that provide support to a person when changing her/his position. They can be fixed to a
wall or floor and can be folded up or sideways or lowered down to allow access or when they are
Toilet arm supports and toilet back supports mounted on the toilet, see 09 12 24.
Toilet arm supports and toilet back supports, free standing, see 09 12 25.
Arm supports, see 18 10 09.