PATIENT CHAIR Vega
The classic is by now the future.
Since its first appearance on the podiatry market, Vega is an absolute reference in terms of image and investment reliability.
Now, after twenty years, Stern Podia proposes once again the Vega turn-key "CONCEPT" of the Third Millennium.
Traditional elements and specific features of the Stern Podia chairs, are harmoniously integrated using a double telescopic lifting column that makes the Vega chair stand out through its unique design and style.
The up and down movements of the chair, that are perfectly perpendicular to the ground, allow you to maintain the geometry of the working area.
The anatomically seat and the unique double backrest with differentiated tilt, renders the chair very comfortable; therefore in case of prolonged treatments, the patient will not feel any discomfort.
15 mm thick steel base, treated against oxidative stress and covered with
an ABS casing with embossed stain-resistant finish.
350° rotary element with Torlon® ball bearings, covered with high-strength ABS+PMMA casings.
Fasteners: all made of high-strength Stainless steel.
350° rotational movement of the structure on the base.
Progressive swing brake via foot control.
Vertical movement with double telescopic column with the seat at least 500 mm high, ergonomic and easy approach to the patient and his discharge, ergonomic shape with a maximum height of 900 mm. Rated lift load 220 kg.
Movement of backrest angle 75° (-15°, -90°).
Movement of longitudinal tilt (trendellenbourg) 30°.
Articulated leg rests with angular width of 30°+30°, mounted on telescopic slides with stroke up to 300 mm, tilting and vertically liftable with an amplitude angle of 90°, perfectly perpendicular to the ground in rest position. Maximum height reachable 1.350 mm
Coaxial armrests with variable height with respect to the seat, in sync with the backrest angle. The parallelism between the armrests and seat is kept constant under all operating conditions. Due to clearance and operational requirements, coaxial lifting sets the vertical position of the armrests next to the backrest.