This post was last updated on December 22nd, 2020 at 10:22 pm
The ADP 400 Traction Table has 4 sections and features a friction free gliding lumbar section and a turret mounted traction pedestal. The head and foot sections incline up to 90º.
This table can be used to apply traction therapy for a number of purposes, of which the following are a few:
- Regain normal length and alignment of injured bones;
- Reduce or eliminate muscle spasms;
- Relieve pressure on nerves.
ADP 400 Traction Table – Key Features
- The head section has a face slot and lowers to 25º;
- Table height is adjustable between 21.5º and 41.5º.
- The table has a split section design that enables the therapist to perform treatments with lower intensities than would be possible with a continuous slab. It also provides more effective intermittent traction.
- The clinician can use the elevating foot section as a head section when providing cervical traction. By positioning the patient in the semi Fowler’s position, the clinician can vary the angle of applied cervical traction.
- The adjustable head section increases the comfort level in both prone and supine traction when delivering lumbar treatments;
- As it is equipped with a lifting capability, the ADP 400 Traction Table can function as an additional treatment table with a lifting capacity of 400 lbs.
- The table is supplied with a standard hand control. An optional foot control and retractable front casters are also available.
Please note that the traction unit for this table is sold separately.
Available colors are black, burgundy, midnight grey, dove, imperial blue and stone blue.
ADP 400 Traction Table – Technical Specifications
- Mains Power – 120 V, 50 Hz
- Current – 1.6 A
- Power Input – 200 W
- Product Weight – 200 lb (64 kg)
- Shipping Weight- 320 lb (91 kg)
- Dimensions- 77″L x 27″W x 21.5″ to 41.5″H (196 cm x 69 cm x 55 cm to 105 cm)
- Electrical Class – Class 1, Type B