Parsons ADL EZ Enabler Table
The EZ Enabler Table has a clamp that fits most horizontal, vertical, or angled wheelchair, rollator, or walker frames with a diameter of 1.25 in (3.2 cm). This revolutionary flexible, portable table tray is designed to help users with a variety of everyday tasks. This table may be attached to a variety of attachments thanks to the innovative clamp & tube system. The three aluminum tubes (17.8, 22.9, and 35.6 cm) connect together to allow for specific height adjustments. The surface, hook, and cup holder are all composed of polypropylene, which is both robust and dishwasher safe.
Wheelchair Lap Tray Features
The flexible cup holder is made to endure a lot of shocks and knocks. While shopping, the adaptable hook can be used to hold goods such as keys, cell phones, and bags. For storage, the tray easily detaches and breaks down into little pieces. Capacity of the table: 24 lbs. (11 kg) The height of the table can be adjusted from 6 to 29 inches (15 to 73.7 cm). Cup holder measures 4 in (10 cm) in diameter and 4 in (10 cm) in height. The table top is 0.75 in (2 cm) thick and is 11.5 x 9.75 in (29 x 24.8 cm).
What is Polypropylene?
Polypropylene (PP) is a thermoplastic "addition polymer" composed out of propylene monomers in a mixture. Packaging for consumer products, plastic parts for many industries, including the automobile industry, unique devices such as live hinges, and textiles are just a few examples. Polypropylene was originally polymerized in 1951 by Paul Hogan and Robert Banks of Phillips Petroleum Company, and later by Natta and Rehn of Italy and Germany. It rose to prominence quickly, as commercial production began only three years following the Italian chemist's discovery.
Professor Giulio Natta was the one who polymerized it first. In 1954, Natta developed and synthesized the first polypropylene resin in Spain, and polypropylene's ability to crystallize sparked a lot of interest. By 1957, its popularity had skyrocketed, and commercial production had begun throughout Europe. It is now one among the most widely used plastics on the planet.
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