Manual chiropractic table AGA-THERA
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manual chiropractic table
manual chiropractic table
manual chiropractic table
manual chiropractic table
manual chiropractic table
manual chiropractic table
manual chiropractic table
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electric, manual, hydraulic
with armrests, with headrest, with double legrests, height-adjustable, on casters
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The AGA-THERA universal therapy tables, with the seven upholstered tabletop sections (thickness 64 mm) and multiple adjustment options, have been designed for use in chiropractic, orthopaedic and therapy practices. The height adjustment mechanism can be manual (TH-1065/H), hydraulic (TH-1065/Y) or electric (TH-1065/E). Continuous adjustment into a wide range of treatment positions The manual height adjustment on the universal therapy table TH-1065/H is done using maintenance-free gear with optimal transmission ratio (i=10mm/rev) for smooth, quick and easy operation of the hand crank, even with heavier patients. The hydraulic height adjustment on therapy table TH-1065/Y is done with centrally located a foot pump. The foot pedal can also be operated from the other side (please specify upon ordering). The electric adjustment on therapy table TH-1065/E is done with a maintenance-free and extremely quiet electric motor, controlled by air pulses via a hand switch (or foot switch at no extra charge, please specify upon ordering). Drive specifications: 230V, 50/60Hz, 3,7A, 850W, IPX4, v=14mm/s, 7000N. The continuous adjustment of the armrests (dimensions 430 x 160 mm, LxW), the leg rests (500 x 300 mm), the backrest (520 x 620 mm), the headrest with face cutout (430 x 280 mm) and of the seat section (450 x 620 mm) allows a wide range of positions such as Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg as well as drainage position and more.


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