The Tankchair, marketed by the company of the same name, is engineered to offer users a sense of stability and confidence when exploring uneven terrain. The product has a one-piece steel or aluminum chassis, which the company’s website notes can be powder-coat painted to the customer’s specification or chromed.
The Tankchair’s batteries are comprised of two 12-volt AGM batteries that create a 24-volt system, which can be accessed via a custom-made skidding tray. Its drive system features two motors that are 2hp continuous, spinning at 2,700 RPM, variable speed capable, and a gear ration of 25:1.
The site notes that the Tankchair uses a 12-inch rubber track system in an all-weather design, built to provide durability and to overcome sand, snow, gravel, rocks, and mud. The site adds that the wide footprint and aggressive tread enables the chair to climb a grade of 10%.
The product’s Corbeau racing seat offers lateral and lumbar support along with a gel seat cushion. The seat is intended to allow for a range of restraints, which may include a single lap belt up to a 5-point harness. The user is also able to recline the seat back 90 degrees for added comfort, the site says.
The Tankchair also provides users adjustable arm rests that are made from a combination of aluminum and steel, offering a cushion for the arm on attached gel pads.
For more information visit www.tankchair.com