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1 section tilt table TTPD2
on castersheight-adjustableelectric

1 section tilt table
1 section tilt table
1 section tilt table
1 section tilt table
1 section tilt table
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Characteristics

Number of sections
1 section
Other characteristics
on casters, height-adjustable, electric

Description

Benefit Motorized table, normally used for the passive postural variation or Tilt test. It is further used in physiotherapy, rehabilitation, ultrasound examinations and to wherever it is necessary to examine a patient in an optimal postural condition. Frame made of thick steel, CNC machined and painted in polyester powder. Cushion made out with washable fabric. Fabric designed and certified with antibacterial and antifungal agents. Soft to the touch and extremely sturdy, it has elastic properties and follows the physiological thermoforming of the pillows. Cleanable fabric available in wide range of colors. Padding in polyurethane foam and washable. Footrest integrated to the structure with semi-rigid base in PVC protection. The motor unit has a big load, low voltage and operated with foot controls. Two gas springs follow the rotation of the table, favoring a postural accomodation fast, accurate and free of rapid acceleration. Particular attention is paid to safety aspects. The table TTPD2 is equipped with two systems for the fast return in supine position. The first safety device is connected to the motor and through the light pressure of a lever, allows the quick return of the table to the horizontal position. The second safety system is electronic, and ensure, through an emergency button, the automatic return of the table in supine position (see accessory TTPE). The medical device for tilt test is also available with adjustable height.

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