Product Description

Ferno® Secure Lock Storage Bracket is designed to securely hold the 59-T EZ Glide™ Evacuation Chair in both a static or dynamic application.

  • The bracket has been engineered to be mounted both to a wall, or in a vehicle in a vertical or horizontal orientation.
  • Ideal for a slide-out tray when building a new ambulance.
  • The bottom bracket supports the rear-wheel crosstube of the folded chair. The top bracket grasps the chair’s lift bar.
  • The Secure Lock bracket allows for quick fastening and detachment with a single hand release.
  • The unit has been tested to a 10G standard.

Kit Components:

  • Top Bracket (1)
  • Bottom Bracket (1)
  • Installation and Users' Manual
  • Template for Bottom Bracket (1)
  • Template for Top Bracket (1)

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Specifications
Manufacturer Ferno
Item Ships From Ohio

Instructions

Limited Warranty: Ferno products are warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year, except as follows:

  • External finishes (gelcoat, paint, powdercoat, decals, etc.) are warranted for 90 days.
  • Soft goods (webbing, vinyl, fabric, foam, etc.) are warranted for 90 days.
  • Ambulance cots and ambulance transporters (except external finish and soft goods) are warranted for 2 years.
  • EZ Glide Chairs and PowerTraxx Retrofit Kits are warranted for 2 years.
  • This limited warranty applies only when you use and care for the product as described in the instructions provided with the product. Improper use and care may void this warranty. This warranty does not apply to freight damage or damages sustained through using the product.

Returns

Authorization must be obtained from Customer Service within 30 days of product receipt. Product must be returned in new, unused, and salable condition. All returns are subject to a 20% restocking fee. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.

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