Invacare

Invacare Corporation
1 Invacare Way
Elyria, OH, US
44035-4190

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History>  Invacare traces its roots back to 1885 when the Worthington Company began producing a line of vehicles for people with physical disabilities. Through the years, the Company has grown and expanded dramatically.     Early Roots>  The history of Invacare, as it is known today, began in the late 1970s. At that time, Technicare, a Cleveland-based medical-device manufacturer, was purchased by Johnson & Johnson. They decided to sell the wheelchair division known as Invacare.     A. Malachi Mixon III, who worked as a vice president of marketing at Technicare, organized a small group of investors, including J.B. Richey, to raise the $7.8 million needed for the purchase.     Innovations and Growth>  Over the last 30 years, Invacare has led the way with groundbreaking innovations that fundamentally changed the industry — like the split-spring bed, the microprocessor-controlled power chair, the Invacare® HomeFill® Oxygen System and the gearless, brushless motor. The Company has grown and diversified through acquisitions of Küschall, Carters, Poirier and Scandinavian Mobility, and has engaged in life-changing volunteer efforts with the Paralyzed Veterans Association, Invacare World Team Cup and Easter Seals.    Invacare has grown from three factories to 30, 300 associates to almost 6,000, net sales of $19 million to $1.7 billion and from a small, privately owned company to a NYSE corporation listed on the "Fortune" 1000. Today, Invacare is the global leader in the home and long-term care industries.  

Equipment List

Invacare - Tracer IV 22" Rem. Desk Arm - 350

The Tracer IV Wheelchair provides a 22" wide seat with removable desk arms including a reinforced, heavy-duty carbon steel frame, gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 22" Rem. Desk Arm - 450

The Tracer IV provides a 22" wide seat with removable desk arms including a heavy-duty carbon steel frame which includes gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 22" Rem. Full Arm - 350

The Tracer IV provides a 22" wide seat with removable full arms including a heavy-duty carbon steel frame, gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 22" Rem. Full Arm - 450

The Tracer IV Wheelchair provides a 22" wide seat with removable full arms including a heavy-duty carbon steel frame, gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 20" Rem. Desk Arm - 350

The Tracer IV provides a 20" wide seat with removable desk arms including a heavy-duty carbon steel frame, gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 20" Rem. Desk Arm - 450

The Tracer IV Wheelchaire provides a 20" wide seat with removable desk arms including a heavy-duty carbon steel frame, gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 20" Rem. Full Arm - 350

The Tracer IV Wheelchair provides a 20" wide seat with removable full arms including a heavy-duty carbon steel frame, gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 20" Rem. Full Arm - 450

The Tracer IV Wheelchair provides a 20" wide seat with removable full arms including a heavy-duty carbon steel frame, gusseted sides, caster journals and dual crossbraces.

Invacare - Tracer IV 18" Rem. Desk Arm - 350

The Tracer IV Wheelchair provides an 18" wide seat with removable desk arms for active individuals who needs the strength of a reinforced heavy-duty frame.

Invacare - Tracer IV 18" Rem. Full Arm - 350

The Tracer IV Wheelchair provides an 18" wide seat with removable full arms for active individuals who needs the strength of a reinforced heavy-duty frame.

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