Podiatry examination chair / electrical / height-adjustable / 3-section 93CDT Plinth 2000

Podiatry examination chair / electrical / height-adjustable / 3-section 93CDT Plinth 2000

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Tilting Leg 90° Drop Chair With all the features of model 93CD but with the added benefit of trendelenburg seat tilt, this twin motor chair greatly enhances patient comfort and allows the foot end to rise to a full 51” (130cm) for unrivalled access whilst doing heelwork or for operating when standing up. Single leg version also available as Model 93CT. Features: unique lifetime guarantee, easy operation, low running costs, high density fire retardant foam, hardwearing anti-microbial vinyl, full trendelenburg tilt, complete 90° leg drop, comfortable moulded swing back arms with level adjustment, divided extending legs, twin lift design, able to lift 225kg from its lowest height, full choice of accessories and colours. Electric height and trendelenburg tilt adjustment 93CT single leg piece model or 93CDT divided & extending leg model Able to lift up to 225kg (35 stone) from its lowest height Backrest & footrest adjustment by gas strut mechanism Operated as standard by a hand switch (footswitch optional) Leg section adjustable from -90º to +25º, seat tilt from 0 to +20º & backrest adjustment from -20º to +85º Comfortable moulded swing back arms with level adjustment Hoist clearance of 13cm (5”) Adjustable foot for uneven floors Fully washable/ fire retardant Ambla vinyl available in a range of colours Couch goes horizontal for patient recovery in emergency situations Robust retractable castors for excellent mobility and safety Twin lift frame design CE marked in conformity with MDD 93/42/EEC Annex IX Class 1 Electrical standard IEC601 part 1
  • Features:height-adjustable
  • Number of sections:3-section
  • Application domain:podiatry
  • Operation:electrical
Wetheringsett Manor, Wetheringsett,
Stowmarket, Suffolk
IP14 5PP
United Kingdom
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