MultiLine XXL


  • Especially developed for obese patients with a body weight up to 300 kg
  • Extreme sturdy mechanic construction with comfortable upholstery
  • The whole dimensioning of the couch system is adapted for the usage by obese patients
  • Every adjustment function is done by an electronic motor (to help the patient getting up, height adjustment)
  • Extensive accessories for easy handling, like push handle, headrest and get up handle

Technical data

Weight 140 kg (wothout standing up aid), 148 kg (with standing up aid)
Seat width 70 cm
Seat depth 57 cm
Overall depth (without footrest) 110 cm
Overall depth (with footrest) 130 cm
Overhall height 134 cm - 160 cm
Diameter of castors 150 mm
Seat height 55 cm - 80 cm
Overall width 89 cm
Surface area of the reclined chair 185 cm
Inclination of the backrest to fully flat position yes
Armrest 70 cm x 7 cm
Connection 230V/50 - 60 Hz
Head low position -6°
Max. patient weight 300 kg


Head bolster (movable and detachable)
Handle (soft, gummed surface, adjustable in two positions)
Patient handgrips (soft, gummed surface for easy standing up and sitting down)
Patient table (rotatable, integrated in the right side part)
Infusion bar (with holder, adjustable in height by an adjusting ring, including holder, can be taken off above the holder)
Footrest (adjustable in length, retractable, adjustable and detachable)
Battery (including delivery tray and charging cable)


Colour pattern card



MultiLine 2 product brochure



Heavy weight chair up to 300 kg.

multiLine xxl was especially designed for very obese patients with a body weight up to 300 kg. The mechanical construction, the dimensioning and the upholstering meet these requirements. This lounger can be used for transport, for examinations and treatments, as a relax chair or as a chair for anaesthetic recovery. All adjustment functions are operated by an electric motor, e.g. the height adjustment from 55 to 80 cm, the head low position (-6°), the inclination of the upper part to the sitting position (up to 20° forwards) as a standing up aid. These functions offer the personnel practical help, as well as more independence for the patient. The armrests, that are also side rails, can easily be detached for patient transfer, later access or treatments.