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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 18 Cycles

Assistive products for transport for use with bicycles or wheelchairs, see 24 36 15.

12 18 04 Foot-propelled bicycles

Pedal-propelled, two-wheeled cycles for one person.
Foot-propelled tricycles and quadricycles for one person, see 12 18 06.

12 18 05 Hand-propelled bicycles

Hand-propelled, two-wheeled cycles for one person.
Hand-propelled tricycles for one person, see 12 18 09.

12 18 06 Foot-propelled tricycles and quadricycles for one person

Pedal-propelled cycles with three or more wheels designed for use by a single person.
Foot-propelled bicycles, see 12 18 04.

12 18 09 Hand-propelled tricycles for one person

Hand-propelled cycles with three wheels designed for use by a single person.
Hand-propelled bicycles, see 12 18 05.

12 18 12 Unpowered scooters propelled by pushing with a foot

Foot-propelled devices consisting of a footboard with wheels and a steering handle.

12 18 15 Tandems, tricycles and four-wheeled cycles for two or more persons

Pedal-propelled devices with two or more seats designed to be ridden by more than one person.

12 18 21 Cycle adaptations

Additions or changes made to cycles to enable their operation.
Included are, e.g., additional motors and trainer wheels.

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