Securement systems are like seatbelts for mobility devices. To be sure that you and your equipment remain as safe as possible, it’s important to take the proper precautions. Everybody’s mobility devices are different, which means that certain securement systems may work better than others. You can rely on Custom Mobility to find the best solution for you!

Docking Systems

For some of us, it can be difficult to lock down our mobility devices. For clients who need a hands-free solution, docking systems are an easy and effective way for securing your wheelchair or scooter.

Q-Lock Wheelchair Docking SystemQ-Lock

Whether you use a manual or power wheelchair, Q-Straint devices are a great option. After installing a receiving pin to the frame of your mobility device, securing your mobility device becomes extremely easy. Guiding the pin into the device engages the lock and takes just a few seconds. It can also be released with the simple push of a button.

 


EZ-Lock Wheelchair Docking StationEZ-Lock

Durable and reliable, EZ-Lock systems are made from steel. After installing a receiving pin to the frame of your mobility device, it becomes simple to secure. By driving your device over the locking mechanism, the receiver grabs the pin with ease.

 


B&D Hightower Wheelchair Docking StationB&D Hightower

Receiving pins are great, but can be limiting to some of our clients.The Hightower is a unique way of securing your mobility device within most vehicles. It’s side-mounted docking mechanism frees up space below your wheelchair.

 


Tie-Downs

A more traditional way to anchor your mobility device to the floor of your vehicle, are tie-downs. First fasten these straps to your wheelchair’s frame, and then tighten them an appropriate amount. Depending on you and your mobility device, you may be required to fasten them differently.

Q-straint Tie-DownQ-Straint

If you are searching for an affordable and reliable option, the QRT Standard is an affordable and reliable solution. With a semi-automatic retractor system and a single tensioning knob, it’s easy to secure your mobility device.

 


Manual TIe-DownsManual Tie-Downs

These straps are reliable and have been used in our industry for a long time. After securing it to the frame of your wheelchair, pulling the strap will tighten it. To remove it, press the top of the device while pulling the strap in the opposite direction.

 


Floor Anchors

For tie-downs to work, they must be securely attached to the floor of your vehicle. Floor anchors come in a few, different styles. Depending on the tie-downs that you need, we’ll help you choose the style of floor anchor that will work best for you.

Oval Floor AnchorsOval

These floor anchors are easily installed, using only a single bolt for safely mounting to the floor of your vehicle. What’s more, you won’t need to modify your vehicle’s floor. Oval anchors make it easier to get around the vehicle by minimizing tripping and interference with the casters of your wheelchair.

 


Slide and Click Floor AnchorSlide & Click

This model is easy to operate with one hand, giving you visual and audio cues when the device is successfully secured. Slide & Click anchors are capable of rotating 360 degrees. This feature makes it simple for wheelchair users and caregivers to properly align mobility devices.

 


Flush Mount L-Pocket Anchoring deviceFlush Mount (L-Pocket)

Also featuring a single bolt design, the Flush L-Pocket is recessed within the floor of modern composite floors by 3/8". Sweeping guides are featured on both sides of the anchor, which makes them easy to clean.

 


L-Track Floor AnchorL-Track

These floor anchors are the most used system in the industry. The versatility of L-Tracks allow them to be installed through the entire length of your vehicle. They can be mounted to either the floor or the walls, allowing you to secure your mobility device in almost any location.

 

 

 

 

 

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