"A‑dec 300 dental chair: Stylish and compact. A‑dec 300 fits both small spaces and conservative budgets. Combines a robust design, great access, and minimal maintenance."
"Range of lift height
13.75"" to 31.5"" (349 mm to 800 mm); Low point 14.75"" (375 mm) when dual mounting
Thin flexible backrest
1.25"" (32 mm), seamless
Hybrid drive (electromechanical tilt, hydraulic base)
Chair back and base stop switch
Yes, stops downward movement when obstruction is detected (back actuator disconnect)
Dual-articulating and gliding (knob style)
Integrated 300-watt power supply
Touchpad or foot switch
Both optional (touchpad available on delivery systems)
Floating - 2"" post mount or Radius-style (single or dual mounting)
Sewn or seamless
30° each side of center"
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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