£9,598.80 Inc Tax £7,999.00 Ex Tax
The Monark Treadmill, with its easy access, low entry speed and long, sturdy handrails, is designed for medical and rehabilitation use.
The Monark Treadmill can be controlled either via an external third-party device (metabolic cart or ECG), or the integrated Monark Novo Display.
It is perfect for those looking for top class safety and accuracy.
Monark Cycles have long been living proof of precision, reliability, durability, strength and service and the Monark Treadmill looks set to continue that.
The Monark Treadmill has a low-to-floor entry for easy access coupled with full-length handrails. The extra support from the handrails simplifies standing up from wheelchairs. Due to this, users of the Monark Treadmill can be confident when using it for rehabilitation.
It also has a low initial speed of just 0.06mph (0.1 km/h). This makes it the perfect rehabilitation treadmill as users can start slow as their confidence grows. The max speed is 12.4mpg (20 km/h). A self-lubricating running belt ensures fluid movement.
Monark Treadmills come integrated with the Monark Novo Display, but can also easily connect to ECG and Spirometery devices via the USB-B port or RS232 port.
The Novo display tells you speed, time, distance and incline. Heart rate is transferred to the treadmill via Bluetooth SMART, ANT+ or both if a chest belt is used.
Monark Treadmill incline is adjustable and ranges from 0 to 19.4%.
Monark Treadmills, listed as a Medical Device Class IIa, features the same accuracy, safety and reliability you would come to expect from Monark Cycles, making them the perfect rehabilitation treadmill.
0.06 – 12.4mph, 0.1 – 20 km/h
53 x 160cm Self-Lubricating
0 – 11 degrees, 0 – 19.4%
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Can only be shipped to UK and Ireland
Monark Novo Display
Using the same control unit as Monark’s state of the art exercise bikes allows for high precision controls as well as full flexibility in connecting external devices.
The Monark Novo unit tells you:
- Current speed in km/h
- Treadmill incline in degrees
- Distance in km
- Time in minutes and seconds
- Pulse (if chest belt is used)