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ProductsSeries 2000
Company GE Healthcare
Item Series 2000
Features 
  • Versatile performance allows use on a wider range of patients, up to 450 lbs and speeds from 0 to 13.5 mph.
  • Unmatched safety 60 inch walking surface, standard emergency stop switch, 0 mph start speed, full handrail configuration complies with AHA Guidelines
  • Unmatched reliability with less moving parts and simpler design
  • Less maintenance required with a digital controller that negates the need for frequent speed and grade calibrations
  • Description The Series 2000 Treadmill is advanced in patient safety, dependability and overall performance. The extra-long, 60-inch treadmill surface provides an extra margin of safety for patients. The Series 2000 Treadmill accelerates slowly from a standstill to accommodate severely debilitated patients. Its extremely smooth and quiet operation facilitates accurate blood pressure measurements even at high workloads. Unmatched safety features, with 60 inch walking surface, standard emergency stop switch, 0 mph start speed, full handrail configuration complies with AHA Guidelines. Unmatched reliability with fewer moving parts and simple design. Less maintenance required with a digital controller that negates the need for frequent speed and grade calibrations.
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