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    The first fully automatic rear-facing wheelchair securement station that allows wheelchair and scooter passengers to self-secure. All in under 25 seconds - without requiring the driver to leave their seat to help.
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    The first fully integrated, forward facing wheelchair securement station specifically designed and tested for transit wheelchair passenger transportation.

    Designed by Q'Straint
    and available thru 4One.

    Explore Q'POD »

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    With our all-new OMNI Approved Anchor System, you can mix and match retractors & manual belts from Q’Straint & Sure-Lok.

    OMNI takes the guess work out of securing your passengers.

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    Victoria Arlen, a gold and silver medal winning para-athlete swimmer with multiple world records has been named a brand ambassador for Q’Straint.

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    The next step in Independent Wheelchair Securement. The QLK-150 is the perfect solution for those looking to drive their own vehicle or want to quickly secure their wheelchair using a single point system.

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    A fully adaptable and modular bolt-in solution that was designed with operators in mind. Ideal for both new and retrofit applications.

    Featuring the Xpress Mechancial Delay System.

    Explore The Q'UBE »

What's new at the Q:

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One-Touch Securement

The first rear-facing, automated wheelchair station that lets mobility passengers self-secure in under 25 seconds

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Dock. Drive. Discover.

The next step in Independent Wheelchair Securement is here. The perfect solution for those who want to drive their own vehicle.

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Ahead of the Curve

Get to know the all-new QRT-360. The only securement system to meet the new WC18/19 requirements a full year ahead of their effective dates.

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Anatomy of an Accident

You never know when an accident can occur. Senior Applications Engineer Joe Rebman reveals what happens at the point of impact.

iQ Research Center

The iQ Research Center of Excellence, which includes a new HYGE™ crash simulation system or “test sled,” is a world‐class research and design facility which furthers innovation and enhances the company’s product development capabilities.

 



About Us

For 30 years, Q'Straint has remained focused on one vision:

To develop the world's most effective wheelchair passenger safety solutions for public and private transportation.

Today, Q'Straint is a global company with a local network of representatives serving our customers in over 50 countries throughout North and South America, Europe, Oceania, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

 

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Florida Students Get Safety and Job Skills from Q’Straint Retractors

Q’Straint wheelchair restraints are providing Florida special needs students a safe ride to school and vocational skills development when they arrive. For over a year, approximately 60 students at the Bright Horizons School in Pompano Beach, Florida, have been participating in the manufacture of Q’Straint restraints, performing pre-assembly and packaging of bolts, washers and butterfly fasteners, at a rate of about 3,000 per month.

“Our kids are helping assemble and package a product that actually supports them in life,” says Stacy Wolfe, Vocational Coordinator at the Broward County “center school.” “Our center focuses on students with autism and those who are medically fragile. They are capable of working, they feel really good about working and they feel really good about working on materials that they actually see going back out.”

All of the buses serving Bright Horizons are equipped with wheelchair lifts and Q’Straint retractors.

“Those hookups are vital to us,” says Stacey. “If those systems are broken, that means there’s one less individual that can get on the bus that day. We rarely have issues with securements.”

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