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ISO 9999 - Class and subclasses

12   ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR PERSONAL MOBILITY

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12 03 Assistive products for walking, manipulated by one arm.

Devices supporting the user when walking, used singly or in pairs, each manipulated by one of the arms or hands.
Accessories for assistive products for walking, see 12 07 00.

12 06 Assistive products for walking, manipulated by both arms

Devices supporting the user when walking, manipulated by both arms or the upper body.
Accessories for assistive products for walking, see 12 07 00.
Carts, see 24 36 12.

12 07 Accessories for assistive products for walking

Devices designed to be used with walking aids for a specific purpose.

12 10 Cars, vans and trucks

Automobiles, vans and trucks for personal use and vans for use in public transportation that are manufactured to accommodate operators or passengers with disabilities.
Carts, trucks and lorries for the workplace, see 28 06 03.
Assistive products for camping and caravanning, see 30 27 00.

12 11 Mass transit vehicles

Vehicles intended to transport groups of people as part of a public or commercial transit system.
Included are, e.g., buses, rail cars, airplanes, and trams.
Assistive products for transporting objects in the workplace, see 28 06 00.

12 12 Vehicle accessories and adaptations

Products that can be added to vehicles or modifications made to vehicles that either enable the vehicle to be operated by people with disabilities or permit people with disabilities to enter, exit or ride in the vehicle safely.
Car trailers, see 24 36 18.
Assistive products for camping and caravanning, see 30 27 00.

12 16 Mopeds and motorcycles

12 17 Alternative motorized vehicles

Included are, e.g., stand-on mobility devices, snowmobiles, snow scooters, all-terrain vehicles and go-carts.
Low-speed cars, see 12 10 06.
Alternative human propelled vehicles, see 12 27 00.

12 18 Cycles

Included are, e.g., power-assisted cycles.
Assistive products for transport for use with bicycles or wheelchairs, see 24 36 15.

12 22 Manual wheelchairs

Devices providing wheeled mobility and body support for persons with limited ability to walk, which rely on a user or an assistant to provide power for the wheelchair's operation.
Included are, e.g., stand-up wheelchairs (wheelchair that are capable of raising and maintaining a person in a standing position) and reclining manual wheelchairs.
Commode chairs, see 09 12 03.
Bath/shower chairs (with and without wheels), bath boards, stools, back supports and seats, see 09 33 03.
Transportation chairs, see 12 27 04.

12 23 Powered wheelchairs

Wheelchairs with powered propulsion, intended to provide wheeled mobility and body support for persons with limited ability to walk.
Included are, e.g., powered stand-up wheelchairs (wheelchairs that are capable of raising and maintaining a person in a standing position), reclining powered wheelchairs and wheelchairs with elevating or tilt-in-space seats.

12 24 Wheelchair accessories

Devices intended to be attached or added to a wheelchair to customize, improve or expand its use.
Non-body-worn single-use products for absorbing urine and feces, see 09 30 42.
Non-body-worn washable products for absorbing urine and feces, see 09 30 45.
Assistive products for transferring a person seated in wheelchair into or out of a vehicle, see 12 12 18.
Assistive products for loading wheelchairs onto or into a vehicle, see 12 12 21.
Assistive products for fastening a wheelchair in a vehicle, see 12 12 24.
Stair climbing devices, see 12 17 03.
Modular seating systems, see 18 09 39.
Back supports, see 18 10 03.
Seat cushions and underlays, see 18 10 06.
Arm supports, see 18 10 09.
Head supports and neck supports, see 18 10 12.
Leg supports and foot supports, see 18 10 15.
Trunk and pelvic supports, see 18 10 18.
Lap trays and tables that can be attached to chairs, see 18 10 24.

12 27 Alternative human propelled vehicles

Alternative motorized vehicles, see 12 17 00.
Cycles, see 12 18 00.
Manual wheelchairs, see 12 22 00.
Powered wheelchairs, see 12 23 00.

12 31 Assistive products for transfer and turning

Assistive products for assisting change of position in relation to another activity.
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 36 Assistive products for lifting persons

Equipment for transferring by lifting and (re)positioning a person to enable an intended activity.
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 vertical accessibility, see 18 30 00.
Assistive products for hoisting and repositioning objects in the workplace, see 28 09 00.

12 39 Assistive products for orientation

Devices for navigation, guidance, identification or recognizing the surrounding environment.
Tactile materials for the floor, see 18 33 15.

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