The legend continues on….

Introducing the new Corpus® HD, a heavy duty seating system designed specifically for users up to 450 lbs. The HD is the latest encarnation of the legendary Corpus seating system. Built with extremely sturdy arm and legrests as well as wide footplates, the HD maintains the legendary Corpus emphasis on both function and comfort and is currently offered on our M300 HD chassis. The Corpus HD is the ultimate in comfort with an unmatched power tilt range of 0 – 45° and an unprecedented recline of 85 – 150°. The ultra-strong actuators allow users to safely elevate their feet above their hearts, while the durable mesh-style upholstery helps keep moisture away from the body. Everything you’ve come to expect from the Corpus seating system. Only Stronger.

  • Power Elevator Detail
    Power Elevator

    8″ of total elevation.

  • Power Recline Detail
    Power Recline

    85 – 150° Power Recline.

  • Power Tilt Detail
    Power Tilt

    Up to 45° of tilt standard.

  • Elevating Legrests Detail
    Elevating Legrests

    Powered comfort at your fingertips.

  • Adjustable Legrests Detail
    Adjustable Legrests

    Extremely durable, sturdy legrests.

  • Adjustable Footplates Detail
    Adjustable Footplates

    Large, independently adjustable footplates.

  • Strong Armrests Detail
    Strong Armrests

    Designed for weight and stress.

  • Strong Actuators Detail
    Powerful Actuators

    High strength for seat functions.

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Types of Power Assist Devices

This is the 15th blog and last blog in our manual wheelchair guide series. See the
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In our manual wheelchair guide blog series, we've discussed a number of topics concerning manual wheelchairs. There are different types of power assist devices on the market today. Below we discuss each option along with the benefits and considerations of each style of device.

Hub-Mounted Power Assist
With this style of power assist, the motors and the batteries are in the wheels. They are activated through force on the pushrims. That force triggers sensors which signal the motors to propel the wheels forward.

Non-Flowing Air: Vicair Cushions

Looking for more information on seating and positioning? Check out our digital page all about what to look for in seating and positioning products here.This is part 8 of our series on seating and positioning. Seepart 1,part 2,part 3,part 4,part 5, part 6, and part 7.

In keeping with our discussion on Permobil offering innovative technologies, today we’re going to look at Vicair cushions.
Vicair Technology: SmartCells
Vicair cushions are compartmentalized cushions that are filled with SmartCells.

Manual Wheelchair Propulsion Patterns and Efficiency

This is the 14th blog in our manual wheelchair guide series. See the1st blog,2nd blog,3rd blog,4th blog,5th blog,6th blog,7th blog,8th blog,9th blog,blog 10,blog 11,blog 12, and blog 13. Check out theManual Wheelchair Guideto learn more.

In our manual wheelchair guide blog series, we've discussed a number of topics concerning manual wheelchairs. Today's topic is manual wheelchair propulsion patterns and efficiency.

Propulsion Patterns
There are four push stroke techniques consisting of a push phase and a recovery phase. The pattern of recovery (release to contact) is the largest difference between techniques.

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Corpus HD

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Legrest Elevation (POWER) 85° — 170°
Legrest Elevation (MANUAL) 85° — 170°
Armrest Pad Lengths 13", 16", 18"
335, 410, 460 mm
Seat Widths 19", 21", 23", 25"
470, 520, 570, 620 mm
Seat Depths 19" — 25"
470 — 620 mm
Backrest Heights 20"
560 mm
Tilt Options (POWER) 0° — 45°
Tilt Options (MANUAL) No Manual Option
Recline Options (POWER) 85° — 150°
Recline Options (MANUAL) 85° — 120°