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6030 Relequip Examination Couch

6030 Relequip Examination Couch

Reliance

Reliquip treatment and examination couch is designed to be robust, strong, and practical in use. A must have item in the Workplace, GP Surgery and most medical environments (listed by the HSE as a required item for all First Aid Rooms). It is simple to maintain, easy to clean, economic, and built to last. The integrated couch roll holder is designed to fit all standard 20? width perforated towel rolls. The towel roll itself is positioned to be unobtrusive and space-saving. Size: 78cmH x 60cmW x 193cmL Couch Weight: 20.5kg Maximum Load: up to 150kg - Delivery direct from Manufacturer is 5 days

Code: 6030

Reliance

£199.00 Each (ex. VAT)

£238.80 inc. VAT
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6030 Relequip Examination Couch

Reliquip treatment and examination couch is designed to be robust, strong, and practical in use. A must have item in the Workplace, GP Surgery and most medical environments (listed by the HSE as a required item for all First Aid Rooms). It is simple to maintain, easy to clean, economic, and built to last. The integrated couch roll holder is designed to fit all standard 20? width perforated towel rolls. The towel roll itself is positioned to be unobtrusive and space-saving. Size: 78cmH x 60cmW x 193cmL Couch Weight: 20.5kg Maximum Load: up to 150kg

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Manufacturer RELIANCE
Manufacturer Code 6030

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