The control unit of the Valiant offers programming possibilities for speed, angle and standard tests like Bruce and Balke. With the heart rate option it is possible to program several heart rate controlled protocols. The low step-up height makes the treadmill perfectly suitable for all test subjects in the field of cardiology, rehabilitation and pulmonary function.
Photo shows treadmill with the optional adjustable side rails
The Valiant offers a smooth acceleration from 0 km/h and is continuously adjustable in a range of 0,5 to 20 km/h (0.3 to 12 mph). The treadmill can be controlled with the control unit or by external equipment. Standard elevation is 0-25%
The Rehab model offers a smooth acceleration from 0 km/h and is continuously adjustable in a range of 0,1 to 12 km/h (0.1 to 7.5 mph) and can be combined with the adjustable side handrails. These handrails are adjustable in height (791 to 954 mm = 31" x 37") and width (440 to 975 mm = 17" x 38"). Pediatric front and side handrails are also available. These features together with the optional heart rate controlled protocols make this treadmill perfectly suitable for rehabilitation purposes. With the optional reclining entrance plate the access to the treadmill is even easier! The treadmill can be controlled with the control unit or by external equipment.
- Treadmill includes control unit (9 programmable protocols)
- Elevation: 0 to 25 %
- Optional rear (downhill) elevation
- Rehab speed: 0.1 to 12 km/h (0,1 to 7,5 mph)
- start speed 0 km/h
- Standard running surface: 150 x 50 cm (59" x 19.5")
- Standard pre-programmed protocols: Bruce & Balke
- Maximum patient weight: 160 kg (350 pounds)
- Emergency stop: with magnetic lanyard
- Low noise level
- No belt-greasing required
- Soft surface
The Overhead Suspension Kit is a counter-balanced rope system to support cables and tubing connected to a test subject.
Last Updated: 7 April 2015