Guided search - Assistive Products
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Products intended to aid a person in engaging in all aspects of a job, trade, occupation or profession, including vocational training. Included are, e.g. machines, devices, vehicles, tools, computer software, production and office equipment, furniture and facilities and materials for vocational assessment and vocational training. Excluded are products that are mainly used outside the work environment. Assistive products for education and for training in skills, see >05. Assistive products for activities and participation relating to personal mobility and transportation, see >12. Furnishings, fixtures and other assistive products for supporting activities in indoor and outdoor human-made environments, see >18. Assistive products for communication and information management, see >22
Devices for transporting and moving cargo or other objects over longer distances at work. Cars, vans and trucks, see >12 10. Mass transit vehicles, see >12 11. Vehicle accessories and vehicle adaptations, see >12 12. Diverse human powered vehicles, see >12 27
Devices with two or more wheels for transporting goods; a person standing on the floor adjacent to the device operates the device. Included are, e.g. industrial sets of castors, carts, trolleys.
Powered devices with two or more wheels for transporting goods; a person standing on the floor adjacent to the device operates the device
Manual or power-driven lifting trucks for lifting and moving loads; a person standing on. the floor adjacent to the vehicle operates the vehicle. Included are, e.g. pallet lifting trucks, high-lift pallet trucks.
Powered devices with two or more wheels for transporting goods; a person sitting in or standing on the vehicle operates the vehicle. Included are, e.g. electric tractors.
Transport vehicles for lifting and transporting loads; a person sitting in or standing on the vehicle operates the vehicle. Included are, e.g. fork lift trucks, order-picking stackers.
Stationary or mobile equipment that transports materials, packages, or other types of items over short distances within a confined path using a moving belt or chain, sets of rollers, vibration or angled chutes. Included are, e.g. conveyor chutes, roller conveyors, belt conveyors, loop and dragline conveyors, vibration conveyors.