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The ME4200, Mettler Traction System, is the equipment used by chiropractors and physical therapists for traction and decompression therapy and help to treat patients suffering with pain and limited function due to lower back and neck conditions.
The Mettler Traction System is equipped with the all new “center arching mechanism” for motorized lumbar elevation. This facilitates any pulling traction force on the lumbar area with a slight upward lifting support (up to 26° Rise) especially when the patient is lying in the prone position or facing down.
A “gas-driven damper strut” is used on the “lower body (3rd & 4th) section of table top” of the Mettler Traction System for auto-progressive returning during therapy. This feature helps to smoothly and safely reduce the gap between the stationary and floating sections. This means that the 3rd and 4th sections will always stay afloat and not hitting the end of frame during therapy. At the end of a session, the lower body (3rd & 4th) section will gradually return to its original position as the traction force decreases.
Complete Mettler Traction System (110V) includes traction table with motorized caudal section, MTD 4000 programmable traction head unit and Quick-Ease Lumbar belt system and bolsters.
1 Motorized Actuator for Hi/Lo Adj.
Equipped with 1 Motorized Actuator for Center Arching
3 Sides Elevating Bars
Twin “Oversized” Pillars for Added Stability
Individual “Leveling Foot” on All 4 Corners
Retractable Casters at Both Ends
Twin Gas Struts for Solid Head Section Support
100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Height: 18.5 in to 35.8 in
Weight: 227.7 lbs. (103.5 kg)
Mettler Traction Table
MTD 4000 programmable traction head unit
Quick-Ease™ Lumbar belt system