Black Locking Side Folding Mount

Black Locking Side Folding Mount
Black Locking Side Folding Mount
Product Code: B/DTSFM
Price: £732.00
Ex VAT: £610.00

Available Options

* Quick Release Base / End Fitting:

* Mount Carry Bag:

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This new version of the Standard Series Locking Side Folding Mount features black tube, giving the mount a discreet all-black appearance.

Compact and portable, this mount is designed to fold by the side of the chair when not in use and for easier transportation. The upright and horizontal tubes can be supplied in different lengths to customer requirements. This locking version features the Daessy locking clamp assembly (RFCR and ROP) to hold the mount securely in position, making it suitable for use on Tilt-in-space wheelchairs.




  • Folds from in front of the user down to the side of the wheelchair.
  • Quickly removable.
  • Suitable for most standard wheelchairs.
  • Locking clamp assembly makes this suitable for use with Tilt in Space wheelchairs and for users with uncontrolled movements, where the lock would prevent accidental removal from the frame clamp.
  • Fits either side of the wheelchair.
  • Fully adjustable, allows precise positioning of a device.
  • Suitable for devices up to 8kg.


  • 1x Frame Clamp Inner Piece (To fit specific wheelchair; standard is UFC1000IP with sleeves to fit 7/8" frame)
  • 1x Offset Link (O3L)
  • 1x Removable Outer Adaptor / Locking Mechanism (ROP/RFCR)
  • 1x Upright S-Bent Tube (S24-3 as standard), black
  • 1x Side Folding Mechanism (RTH+2RTHTM)
  • 1x Horizontal Straight Tube (STR16 as standard), black
  • 1x Quick Release Base (TUSB as standard)

* Components listed above are for standard configuration. Exact components may differ slightly to meet specific requirements.

Wheelchair Information and Custom Requirements

We ask for details of the Wheelchair the mount is intended to be used with in order to ensure that the supplied Frame Clamp is correct for that chair.

Documents and Information

Measuring for Mount Tube Length - PDF