• Instrumententisch MULTI DESK 200 med
  • Instrumententisch MULTI DESK 200 med
  • Instrumententisch MULTI DESK 200 med
  • Instrumententisch MULTI DESK 200 med
  • Instrumententisch MULTI DESK 200 med

The height-adjustable instrument table MULTIdesk 200 med is used to store medical instruments and devices. 200 kg load capacity can be tilted safely and flexibly and those can be ergonomically positioned. An integrated hydraulic lifting column is operated cable- and battery-free. The longevity is guaranteed with a useful life of 5 years or 16500 load cycles.

Technical specifications:


MULTI DESK 200 med

 Table top size:  1200 x 600 mm
 Working height:  970 bis 1370 mm
 Hub:  400 mm, Hydraulische Fußpumpe
 (ohne Akku, ohne Kabelverbindung)
 Max. Loading:  200(!) kg
 Own weight:  79 kg
 Equipment:: - 4 rollers, steerable and lockable, protection from being run over, antistatic
- Table top and base made out of stainless steel
- Hub column cover made of high-quality aluminum


Your More.Values at a glance:

  •    High tilt resistance even under maximum load – your safetyMore.value
  •    Maximum mobility through steering rollers – your flexibilityMore.value
  •    Permanently rust- and acid-resistant, stainless steel – your longevityMore.value
  •    Adjustable in height, continuously by 400(!)mm – your accommodativeness.More.Value
  •    Easy cleaining due to “hygienic design” – your disinfectionMore.value
  •    Without battery, without cable – your availabilityMore.value

* Subject to protection of utility models, 001971979-0001

Reference statements about the instrument table of employees of the UKM

Finally, a robust table on which everything can find its place at the same time. Despite the size and the load-bearing capacity, it is easy to handle and can be flexibly positioned for a wide range of different handling tasks.
Mr. Ulrich Pohl, Head of Storage Management at the University Hospital Münster

The instrument table fulfills all the requirements and requests that I ask for it to be assisted rationally and effectively.
Mr. Markus Schneider, Surgical Specialist, Central Surgical Department of the University Hospital Münster


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