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The pulley therapy self-supporting metal frame system is modular, wide and flexible to meet the professional’s  requirements depending on available space and type of exercises to develop.

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Configuration Example 1

The frame shown here is the most complex and is universally recognized as “CAGE FRAME”, as it consists of three sides and a top level. In such case, the configuration also provides for two reinforcement element sets to increase the safe working load up to 300 kg. It consists of the following main and additional frame elements:


N. 1 PIECE AR11010 - FRAME 10
N. 18 PIECES AR11A01 - STANDARD GRID
N. 2 PIECES AR11A04 - REINFORCEMENT GRID SET

 

In this case, the frame is configured with a standard number of grids closing off the three vertical sides, but it is equally possible to opt for partial closing by simply reducing the number of additional grids on order. Please remember that quick fit/removal grids can also be used in alternative.

 

 

Configuration Example 2

The frame shown here is a variation of the so-called “CAGE FRAME” previously identified as configuration n. 1, which is made up of three sides and an upper level. In particular, the key difference is that one side is closed off by means of a CONNECTING SET 2 – ref. code AR11A18 and that a FRAME 2 – ref. code AR11002 is used. In addition, in the configuration shown here the standard grids are not used to fully close the vertical sides. Finally, the safe working load is increased up to 300 kg by fitting the two reinforcement element sets. Therefore, the frame consists of the following structural and optional elements:


N. 1 PIECE  AR11009 - FRAME 9
N. 1 PIECE  AR11002 - FRAME 2
N. 1 PIECE   AR11A18 - CONNECTING SET 2
N. 10 PIECES AR11A01 - STANDARD GRID
N. 2 PIECES   AR11A04 - REINFORCEMENT GRID SET

 

Please remember that quick fit/removal grids can also be used in alternative.

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Brochure - Leaflet Pulley Therapy System

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A set of balancing exercises on the ball and pulley therapy for the upper limbs

Exercises in a seated position on a ball are aimed to stimulate balance reactions and create a control of the body that is segment by segment as well as global. Also, these exercises enhance perceptual qualities and coordination.

A set of balancing exercises on the ball and pulley therapy for the upper limbs

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