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Wheelchair, Passenger Restraints and Third Point Fixings:

Warnerbus offers a vast range of wheelchair and passenger restraints which is ideal for a quick and easy way to secure wheelchairs for transit.

An additional way of securing a wheelchair and an occupant to the sides of the vehicle is by means of a Third Point Fixing to a cant rail. This is a fully adjustable strap and is used in conjunction with the Double Inertia Systems.

# The Upper Anchorage Strap is a fully adjustable belt that can be used as a separate third anchor point for the Split Reel Double Inertia Three Point Passenger systems
# It removes the strain on passenger's shoulders and provides additional protection in the event of an impact
# This third point fixing is fitted with rail fixing for easy removal or with a bolt for a permanent position and comes with red webbing for high visibility

All equipment is tested to M1 standard and just a few of our most popular retraints are highlighted below:

Please feel free to contact us for more information.




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Wheelchair tie downs for use in Wheelchair Accessible Minibus
Standard Pair of restraints
With a manual tensioning mechanism

 
Quattro Express Wheelchair Tie Downs
Express Pair of restraints
Self tensioning and self retracting


 
Static Front Straps for Wheelchair
Static Front Straps
For standard Quattro System


Wheelchair Static Front Straps
Static Front Straps
For Quattro Express System


 
Wheelchair Webbing Restraints
Four Point Webbing restraints



 
Titan Wheelchair restraint System for heavier wheelchairs
Titan Restraint Systems
capable of restraining transportable wheelchairs up to 200kg


Wheelchair D Rings
Pair of D Rings
Allows webbing restraints to be secured into place


 
Wheelchair Third Point Fixings
Third Point fixing



 
Third Point Wheelchair Fixing to Cant Rail fitted to Wheelchair Accessible Minibus
Third point fixing
To cant rail




For full instructions on how to operate your wheelchair restraint system, please view the following videos:

























 
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