Human powered vehicles or apparatuses are used in different environments.
Bicycles are used outdoors on tar, grass, or dusty and muddy roads.
Walkers are generally used indoors, or on soft ground.
Wheelchairs can be used indoors and outdoors. The terrain for each is different.
Regular tires may not be able to withstand the constant force and pressure that apparatuses face in such terrains.
A special type of tire is required to meet this need.
|Wheel Material||Shox Performance Polyurethane|
|Description||Microcellular flexible foam|
|Available Sizes:||10ʺ - 26"|
other available upon request
The tires need to be designed in a manner that they can resist the impact of the terrain, providing good shock absorption, while ensuring a comfortable ride to the user.
The tires need to have a certain width for providing a good grip. When the apparatus is not in use, the tires need to help the vehicle remain stationary, and not roll off.
CEW’s Shox® Tires can take care of all these requirements and more.
Shox® Tires Features
These are high performance polyurethane tires, which are designed to provide benefits of strength, flexibility, tear and abrasion resistance, and invulnerability to oil, water, and grease. The superior features of Shox® tires help them meet every application requirement.
Applications of Shox Tires
These wheels are known for their versatility, and can be used in a variety of wheelchairs applications.
CEW provides high strength, durable shock resistant tires for use in medical, commercial and sports applications. We can even design custom wheels to meet your needs. Contact us today to know more.