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The Brewer Access High-Low Exam Table, model 6500, is a powered elevating examination table designed for use by seniors or individuals with mobility disabilities. Its low height and power back facilitate safe transfer to and from a wheelchair. This exam table rises and lowers at the using a powered system with a button controller, reducing strain on caregivers. There are 4 safety override switches. The upper end of the table is raised like a chair to provides back support during consultations and examinations. The table has a removable grab bar to provide a stable and secure grab point to use when getting on and off. The grab bar swings out for lateral wheelchair transfers. The table has a pass-through work surface and pass-through drawers with over 5.6 cubic feet of storage space. The table surface has plush upholstery. A The paper roll holder accepts 21 x 3.5 and 18 x 3.5 inch paper rolls, with storage for up to six additional paper rolls. DIMENSIONS (HxL): 18 to 37 x 57 inches. Leg extension is 21 inches long and increases total length to 78 inches. Upholstery width is 28 inches. Front drawers are 19.7 x 19.2 x 4 inches. Side drawers are 22.7 x 20.2 x 7 inches. CAPACITY: 450 pounds. COLOR: 18 standard colors with upgrade options. WARRANTY: 3-year warranty.
Notes: The manufacturer states that all of its products conform to US and Canadian electrical and medical industry codes and regulations and meet or exceed industry requirements.
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This product record was updated on May 1, 2011.
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Brewer CompanyN88 W13901 Main Street
Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 53051
Telephone: 888-273-9371 or 262-251-9530.
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QuickMedical30200 SE 79th St, Suite 120
Issaquah, Washington 98027-8792
Telephone: 888-345-4858 or 425-222-5963.
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