Retractable Pedicure Chair with Ventilation & Relaxor
Unit Includes Integrated Pass-Through Ventilation System Unit Includes Factory Installed Drain Pump Unit Includes Relaxor Massage
Features a retractable, motorized, fully plumbed pedicure bowl. With a retracted footprint similar to that of a standard armchair, the Club Chair LE is an incredible space saver, and an easy replacement for uncomfortable banquettes. Its versatility maximizes revenue through flexible scheduling for either manicures, pedicures, or express combo treatments. This luxurious, bespoke chair is hand upholstered from a broad array of fabric selections and finishes. Electronic chair, bowl and footrest adjustments enable perfect client and technician ergonomics. The hidden pedicure unit features whisper quiet, reliable pipeless hydrotherapy, and is packed with practical features including a hand sprayer, power remote drain, and convenient plumbing connects.
**Unit Includes Factory Installed Drain Pump**
Product Description Key Features: • Retractable footbath • Motorized bowl positioning • Electronic footrest • Reliable UL-listed motor • Handy sprayer • Electronic adjustments • Power drain and flexible plumbing
Optional Additional Features: • Swingaway manicure sidetrays • Relaxor® heat & massage • Broad array of upholstery and finish selections
Footprint Dimensions: • Tub retracted: 30.25" (77 cm) • Tub extended: 57.5" (146 cm) • Width: 31.5" (80 cm) • Tilt: Allow 10” - 12“ (25 cm - 31 cm) behind chair for back tilt / plumbing access
Electrical • 110V/220V available • International plug options • Chair and tub = 7.9 Max Amps • Relaxor® = 4 Max Amps • Discharge Pump = 1.5 Max Amps
*PS Design & Procurement is aware that some states are subject to the International Mechanical Code regulations specific to nail services. These codes could potentially affect building ventilation infrastructure and equipment specific features. It is suggested that you confirm your state and local building codes regarding ventilation requirements. PS Design & Procurement recommends complying with the most up to date IMC ventilation requirements (2018) and OSHA regulations.