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Vivera Monobloc

The powered monobloc represents a compact and simple solution for the daily transport of ordinary and bariatric patients.

Specification . PDF

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Vivera Monobloc

The powered monobloc represents a compact and simple solution for the daily transport of ordinary and bariatric patients.

Specification . PDF

320 kg

Maximum load capacity

5 Ah

Battery Capacity

Up to 95 cm

Loading Height

Key features and benefits

  • Battery-powered hydraulic lift system
  • Integrated battery with battery management system
  • Automatic battery charging in fastener system
  • Settable load height
  • High visibility powder-coated frame
  • Integrated bumper system
  • Retractable head section
  • One-hand release, infinite positioning, pneumatically assited backrest and legrest
  • Rubber wheels for better shock absorption
  • Steer lock system enables wheels either to swivel or to lock into straight-line position
  • Foot-end wheel locks

Specifications

Type M301
Length Standard 200 cm
Minimal 160 cm
Width 60 cm
Height Highest position 133 cm
Lowest position 38 cm
Weight1 75 kg
Wheels Diameter 15 cm
Width 5 cm
Backrest articulation 0° – 90°
Shock frame articulation 0° – 30°
Headrest articulation2 -30° – +35°
Kneerest articulation2 0° – 50°
Head extension2 +29 cm
Extended patient surface2 94 cm
Battery Capacity 5 Ah
Maximum load capacity 320 kg
Recommended loading height < 95 cm
Fastener system F401

1 Stretcher is weighed with battery pack, without mattress and restraints.
2 Optional.
Specifications are rounded to the nearest whole number.
MEDIROL reserves the right to change specifications without notice.

Accessories

Vivera Fastener
F401

Detail

Instrument table
156020

O2 bottle holder
155970

IV pole
152950

Static restraints
156050

Automatic restraints
1726

Anatomic mattress
151690

Extended mattress
146020

Anatomic pillow
151690

Schnitzler anatomic pillow
1820

Flat pillow
156070

Schnitzler anatomic mattress with integrated children restrain system
1815