The Wheelchair Battery is a determining factor in the range and power of a powered chair. Generally, the larger the chair's batteries, the greater the power and the longer the chair's range between charges. Many chairs require two rechargeable 12-volt batteries. Most wheelchairs utilize U1, group 22 or 24 batteries, although other batteries are also used.
Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Welders, junctions
Wardrobe is described as a tall cupboard with a chest of drawers, originally called a clothes press but became known as the wardrobe in the 18th century when a rod was added for handing clothes and a mirror was often fitted to the interior or exterior of a door.
"Wardrobe" is in the UNSPSC Code "91101903"
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