Is Balder sold in Norway? YES

Even though more than 50% of our products are exported, NAV (the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration) is Baldertech's largest and most important customer, both currently and historically. Balder was previously included in NAV's framework agreement for wheelchair deliveries. However, Baldertech now focuses on individually customized chairs rather than mass-produced standard models, which means we do not fit into NAV's framework agreement.

To obtain a Balder through NAV, you must apply for an exemption, and typical arguments for an exemption request include:
- Already have a car and clamp system for Balder
- Have other adaptations for Balder already
- Need to access both high and low positions
- Require forward tilt (negative tilt)
- The chair needs to be adapted for use in a car
- Memory function for seat positions
- Extra electrical functions and other adaptations
- Compact chair for maneuvering in tight spaces
- Aim to become more self-sufficient in daily life
- All-in-one chair, no need for multiple chairs

We typically step in when a user's needs exceed what is available in the framework agreements. This is because Balder has unique qualities compared to other chairs, and the possibilities for customizations are endless.

All our chairs and their spare parts have HMS numbers today and are available for all HMS centers to order.