These chairs are durable and constructed for long life use. Rated to accommodate up to 700 lbs., the chair comfortably seats larger-proportioned individuals or an adult with a small child. This gray vinyl upholstered chair features two hinged padded arms and a type 304 stainless steel footrest. Chairs are constructed with a powder-coated, glacier white, 1 in. square tubular steel frame. This sturdy unit comes with a ten-year limited warranty on materials and workmanship. Two easy-to-use knob mechanisms on each arm allow for incremental adjustments; arm height from chair seat of 8.2–13.2 in., arm depth from chair back of 18.4–21.4 in. The hinged arms may be lifted upright to vertical and the elevated seat reduces back strain on the technician. The vinyl upholstery on this chair is durable and easy to clean. Dimensions for chair only (W x D x H): 50.10 x 30.75 x 43.45 in.
The optional storage cabinet is constructed of epoxy-coated steel with a laminate top and has a slide-out tray with inside dimensions (W x D): 14 x 20.25 in. The tray is removable for cleaning and the cabinet placement is interchangeable from the left side to the right side of the chair. Some assembly is required. Overall inside cabinet dimensions (W x D x H): 16.3 x 22 x 9 in. Dimensions for chair with cabinet (W x D x H): 69.15 x 30.75 x 43.45 in.
**Warranty excludes normal upholstery wear.
|Cat. No.||Mfr. No.||Description||Qty.|
|L5165-4A||1132202||Chair without cabinet||1/ea|
|L5165-5A||1132203||Chair with cabinet||1/ea|
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