Podiatry examination chair Pleion S
electricheight-adjustablewith legrest

podiatry examination chair
podiatry examination chair
podiatry examination chair
podiatry examination chair
podiatry examination chair
podiatry examination chair
podiatry examination chair
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height-adjustable, with legrest, with adjustable backrest, tilting, Trendelenburg
Number of sections
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Weight capacity

Max.: 160 kg
(353 lb)

Min.: 0 kg
(0 lb)


95 kg
(209 lb)

Seat height

Max.: 94 cm
(37 in)

Min.: 54 cm
(21.3 in)


As well as PLEION X, the PLEION S podiatry chair is equipped with a steel pantograph structure treated against oxidation, high-strength fairings in ABS + PMMA and a 350 ° rotating structure on a 260 mm diameter ball bearing with a progressive effect braking system. Equipped with a wood internal insert on the backrest and seat and cushions made of polyurethane foam, the upholstery of the PLEION S is results more linear. The pedal with cable present in the PLEION S model allows the activation of the motors which, depending on the model chosen, can be from 2 to 4. The motorized movements of the PLEION S podiatry chair are 2: up/down and trendellenburg, since the backrest is adjusted manually. A 15 mm thick steel anti-tipping base together with a "SAFETY STOP” system (that can be activated by the patient and the operator) guarantee the safe use inside the clinic of Pleion S podiatry chair. The maximum comfort also for the tallest patients is ensured by the special leg-rests “extra slide” system, while every patient will benefit of the folding armrests in polyurethane foam and the articulated leg rests with angular width of 30°. Leg-rests max. height: 1360 mm Rated lift load: 160 kg Class I medical device


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