Exam Stools

  • High Density Fire Resistant Foam
  • Bases Available in Polished Chrome, Aluminum with Toe Caps and Black Composite
  • Pneumatic Height Adjustment
  • Rated For up to 300 lbs
  • Option for an Adjustable Back
  • Options for Casters and Glides

Description

Exam Stools

The rapidly changing needs of laboratory and healthcare work environments necessitate a flexible workspace that works as hard as the professionals utilizing it – Exam stools from Intensa ensures the adaptability and functionality of your exam room. Evolving healthcare requires medical interiors to keep pace with providers needs along with medical and diagnostic advancements. Healthcare facilities should enable these ongoing advances along with providing the patient with an environment promoting positive healing out comes.

To begin with, high-density fire-resistant foam exam stools from Intensa are suitable for healthcare and education environments, designed for durability in supporting your work and promoting wellness. Exam stools feature plenty of options for bases with choices from polished chrome, aluminum with toe caps or black composite. Then the pneumatic height adjustment affords flexibility to suite any need in the exam room. Similarly, Intensa exam stools feature an option for an adjustable back rest. Able to withstand up to 300 pounds, exam stools are durable and can handle heavy usage. Finally, options for hard or soft wheel casters and glides give them the mobility that is demanded in the modern day laboratory workspace.

So, moving forward, here’s what we suggest: take a stab at quantifying your project. Attach a headcount, measurements and any other concrete data you can collect (our team will be glad to help). Then, work in inspirations from personal preference and your brand. We’re here at 1900 Stuart Street every Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm. You can send us a message and book time using the button below, or stop by at your convenience. Our sales team will take it from there. Sound good?

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