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Brewer 9000 Ergonomic Dental Stool
Brewer 9000 Ergonomic Dental Stool
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List Price: $1,284.12
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Part Number: 9000
Condition: New, 5 Year Warranty

Our Part #: BREW9000

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Description Technical Specs
The 9000 Series stool assists your back muscles by maintaining your spine’s normal, natural position. It’s designed to take pressure off the lower back and thigh region. The original ergonomic stool offers thick, plush upholstery with a deeper, cut out seat and full size backrest.

All Premium 9000 Ergonomic Series Stools Feature:
  • Continuous, synchronized movement of the saddle-style seat and lumbar support
    • Allows for proper weight distribution
    • Encourages neutral posture
    • Promotes muscular health
  • Lumbar support backrest has ratcheted height adjustment
  • Full size backrest dimensions: 18" x 15"
  • Deep, cut-out seat dimensions: 18" x 18"
  • Includes the new exclusive HybriGel foam, a gel-infused memory foam that gives advanced pressure management and superior cooling comfort
  • 25" diameter powder-coated; 5-leg cast aluminum base with hooded, dual wheel, polyurethane-tread casters
  • 250 lb weight capacity
  • Standard 5 year warranty

Operator Models:

  • Four optional column height ranges:
    • 15.5" – 20"
    • 18.5" – 24.5"
    • 20.5" – 26.5"
    • 22" – 31" (w/ footring)

Assistant Models:

  • Contoured, ratcheted, adjustable body support with HybriGel foam
  • Left and right body support models available
  • Adjustable footring standard
  • Height: 24" – 32"
  • Full sized, contoured 18" x 15" backrest for better support and posture
  • Contoured 18" x 18" saddle-style seat provides correct weight distribution, pelvic tilt, and posture perfect comfort
  • Waterfall edges eliminate pinching and improves circulation of the thighs and knees; while allowing you to get closer to the patient