An environmentally safer alternative to traditional materials for improved air quality. All Green-Line wood has no added urea-formaldehyde and exceeds CARB I and II standards. Fully enclosed, all-laminate cabinet with sliding laminate doors. Interior has divider and one adjustable shelf. Black laminated plywood base.
This motorized table has a bariatric 600-lb. lift capacity, and can be elevated from 27"H to 37"H. “Hands-Free” foot control operation. Oak laminate apron with black laminate storage shelf. Vinyl upholstered top with 2" high-density urethane foam. 110V, 60Hz, 2.4 amps. CALL or EMAIL FOR QUOTE
Weighs only 33 lbs, yet has a user capacity of 600 lbs. Multilayered, semi-firm foam is 2-1/2" thick and covered in comfortable, PVC-free urethane upholstery. Precision-welded aluminum frame adds durability. CALL or EMAIL FOR QUOTE
Features electrical power height adjustment from 27" to 39", using a hand control. Premium 1-3/4” thick wood top is 66” x 48” and accommodates up to four patients. Also features a black laminate base plate with levelers and thermal overload protection. Hospital grade plug; 110V, 60Hz, 3.5 amps; 300-lb weight capacity. CALL or EMAIL FOR QUOTE
With Shelf and Drawers. The size is only 52"L x 30"W with leg rest folded to 90°. When the 16"L leg rest is unfolded, the overall top length extends to 68". Electrically activated, hydraulic cylinders are built into each of the four Corner Telescoping Legs. Using the “Hands-Free” foot control, the motorized table lowers to a 20" wheelchair height and elevates up to 30"H. CALL or EMAIL FOR QUOTE
Formica®-covered frames in natural oak finish provide stable treatment surfaces. Vinyl upholstery is well-padded and easily cleaned. Includes full width laminate shelf. All tables latex free. 400 lb. weight capacity. CALL or EMAIL FOR QUOTE.
Each Therapy Table is equipped with dual hand control levers for spring-powered adjustability of the table's height. Hand Therapy Tables promote patient comfort with adjustable table height, allowing the patient to sit, stand, or sit in a wheelchair while receiving occupational hand therapy.