Planmeca has launched the Pro50 Chair, featuring a lightweight and flexible design that comes in a variety of colors.
The Planmeca Pro50 Chair is a modern patient chair featuring the lightweight and attractive design details that Planmeca products have a reputation for.
The medical grade motors inside the chair are designed for a noise-free operation, resulting in a quiet working environment for the dental team and a relaxing treatment experience for the patient.
The chair is built from durable aluminum, and its upholstery comes in a wide range of colors.
Planmeca Pro50 Chair offers a wide height range – the patient seat height can be varied between 390 mm and 890 mm. The chair is suitable for different users and working styles, allowing dental professionals of all sizes to work sitting or standing.
The small chair base leaves plenty of room for two pairs of legs as well as the chair’s foot control and other devices. The slim and narrow backrest allows the dental team to get close to the patient in the most ergonomic working position.
For those working with a 12 o’clock cabinet or tray, the chair’s unique lifting mechanism ensures that the distance from the headrest to the cabinet remains the same at every height and the operating light doesn’t need to be readjusted as the chair height changes.
The backward-tilted seat allows for optimal patient positioning when moving from a sitting to a supine position. What’s more, the chair has an optional mobile base to move to a new treatment room when necessary.
Planmeca Pro50 Chair has a folding leg rest that provides easy entry and exit and facilitates face-to-face positioning. As patients come in different shapes and sizes, the maximum patient weight for the chair is 408 pounds.
“Planmeca has been a major player in the dental industry for half a century already, and we have decades of experience in patient chair design and manufacturing. We listen closely to customer feedback and keep refining our products accordingly,” said Tuomas Jurvanen, vice president for Planmeca’s dental care units. “Our product development and manufacturing take place under the same roof at our headquarters in Finland, which makes us very flexible in our processes and allows us to constantly update our portfolio with new products.”