Saving space in an OR is a big priority. There is more equipment than ever needed for a case. Not only that but then, where do you store it when not in use? That is the reason for space saving instrument tables from Mid Central Medical. With 2 drop down extensions, you essentially get 3 different tables in the same unit! Whether it is a small case or large case, the same table will be used. You will use it more and store it less! A must have for your OR!
Experience the Mid Central Medical Difference
Mid Central Medical has been manufacturing stainless steel instrument tables also known as back tables for over 20 years. We incorporated some unique features in our design that may not be seen at first glance but that make a difference in the every day use of the product.
Our tables have an 11/2″ revealed edge. This greatly enhances the rigidity of the top and shelf. The more material you turn down, the stronger the edge will be. What does that mean for you? The edge of you table is stronger so it will stand up to use in the OR better.
3″ neoprene casters come as a standard feature. We do this because we believe every table should have good casters. We build this into the price and don’t charge extra for it. What does that mean for you? Our standard neoprene casters grip smooth floors even when they are wet so they roll quietly instead of sliding and skidding as hard black plastic casters do.
Mid Central Medical Tables are 16 gauge construction. That means the top and shelf are constructed of 16 gauge (0.0625″) material instead of 18 gauge (0.05″). That is 25% thicker material! What does that mean for you? Less deflection of the top when you place heavy items on it.
Welded in reinforcing supports under the top and shelf of any table longer than 4′ with sound dampening cushion to prevent vibration of the top during transport.
Many customers ask, why square instead of round? The square leg has more surface for welding the shelf and top to the leg. 1″ Square tubing also has 25% more actual stainless steel material in it than 1″ round tube.
So still wondering which instrument table best suits your needs? Not to worry, we have a blog post specifically designed to help you choose the best table for your needs. Click Here
If you still don’t see what you need or are in need of a completely custom back table for your OR, we can help. Contact us to find out how we can provide just what you need. Click Here