No More Recliner Mechanism Changes

 
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There’s no getting around it: changing out a chair mechanism is a pain in the neck. It takes a lot of time, space and patience to complete. Additionally, the parts and labor add costs to the operating budget and take money from the bottom line.

 

Now you can stop changing mechanisms. FMC Seating’s T688 Dialysis Chair does not have a mechanism.

Its unique single central column supports the entire chair. The column and the steel frame very rarely, if ever, needs changing or repair. Designed with a sleek finish, the aluminum column supports patients weighing up to 440 lbs.

Comparing costs to maintain a Rivet and Blade Mechanism of a manual recliner to the column of a height adjustable powered recliner is shown below: