|Weight (according to the model)
|90 kg - 101 kg
|70 cm - 80 cm
|136 cm - 166 cm
|58 cm - 88 cm
|Surface area of the reclined chair, with legrest
|194 cm - 204 cm
|Surface area of the reclined chair, without legrest
|135 cm - 145 cm
|Inclination of the backrest to fully flat position
|230V/50 - 60 Hz
|Max. patient weight
|Special ENT headrest of black integral foam, adjustable to all sides by means of a double ball joint, chrome-plated
|Headrest, adjustable to all sides by means of a double ball joint, chrome-plated, without fixing, suitable for series 461-474, 22, 39, multiline
|Headrest standard (included in the versions 461-474)
|Fixing lock for headrests p/n 1444100, 1445000, 1461000, on series 22 and 39
|Aluminium-plated base necessary for mounting the fixing on series 22 and 39
|Transparent cover for legrest, for models with synchronous and separate adjustment
|Footrest for series without synchronous moving legrest, with plate, chrome-plated
|Footrest for series without synchronous moving legrest, with foldable plate, chrome-plated
|Footrest for series without synchronous moving legrest, chrome plated
|Podiatry legrest, can be adjusted individually, for series without synchronous moving legrest
The electric treatment chair medseat is the absolute all-rounder in every position. With manual or electrical synchronous adjustment of the reclining surface, rotating upper part, mobile lower part and electrical reclining surface adjustment, it is perfectly suited for a variety of applications.
The height adjustment of the electrical medseat is 30 cm. Medseats with electrical adjustment have a separate foot switch, optionally with control element in the backrest (depending on the model).
The adjustment of the backrest and legrest can be done either manually or with the help of an electrical motor. Seats with manual adjustment can endlessly be turned, models with electrical adjustment of backrest and legrest can be turned by 350°. All chairs can be fixed in every position. The armrests made of integral foam can be turned away, thus making the chair very easily accessible for the attending staff. When adjusting the lounger to the horizontal position the armrests move synchronously downwards thus the personnel have easy access to the chair and the client.
Due to the synchronously moving legrest the patient can be treated in lying position. In addition, medseat treatment chairs can be equipped with a swivable seat cushion, with the help of which the patient can be turned by 90° to the left or right side.