T-45 Treadmill

This award-winning model combines all the performance, reliability and space-saving features of the T-30 with customizable dynamic programming that takes your workouts to the next level.

Bodyguard Standard Features

Bodyguard Dissipation System BDS

BDS is a unique visco-elastic polymer recognized as one of the finest cushioning materials available.

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X-Frame

The fully welded steel X-Frame provides increased stability by minimizing frame torsion.

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Electronic Stride Control

ESC is a natural motion system that provides the closest feel to outdoor running by maintaining the correct belt speed on any incline.

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Advanced Friction Detection System

Monitors the treadmill’s performance and warns the user when friction levels between the belt and deck are elevated.

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4-Way Deck

A longer lasting running deck – simply flip and rotate as required.

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Silicone Keys

The soft-touch Silicone Keys are the most responsive and durable in the industry.

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Digital Contact Heart Rate

Faster and more accurate contact heart rate readouts shaped in a natural hand resting position.

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Premium Features

Turbo Training

Reap the benefits of anaerobic exercise by replicating high acceleration interval workouts. 

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USB Updates/Recharge

Update the console software with the latest programs and features and use to recharge compatible personal electronics.

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Whisper Orthopedic Belt

Maximizes shock absorption and increases user comfort with whisper quiet performance.

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SafeGrip Handlebars

Secure and comfortable for all users thanks to the ergonomic design.

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Heart Rate Control Programs

Take the guess work out of your training and exercise at the exact intensity your body desires.

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Preset Speed Keys

Custom set two personal preset speeds to simplify changes during exercise.

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Adjustable Pivoting Feet

Improved leveling on uneven floors while maximizing stability when on an incline. 

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Space Efficient Design

All the benefits of a heavy-duty platform frame in a space efficient footprint.

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Summary

Motor: 3 HP DC (3600 rpm)
Speed: 0.5 to 12 mph (0.8 to 19.3 km/h)
Incline: 0% to 15%
Exercise Area: 22" x 56" (56 x 142 cm)
Heart Rate: Contact & Wireless
Weight Capacity: 400 lbs (180 kg)
Dimensions: 74"L x 30"W x 54"H (188 x 76 x 137 cm)

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The T-45 console features a 6.5" blue L.C.D. with a 20 x 13 block profile surrounded by information windows showing the parameters of the exercise under way and a 16 character alphanumeric message center at the bottom of the screen that scrolls information during and after a workout.

It also includes a range of advanced user functions including customizable quick keys as well as a built-in wireless heart rate receiver that displays the pulse being transmitted from compatible 5kHz heart rate chest straps in range. (Note: chest strap not included)

The main keypad has eight keys made from durable silicone that will not crack over time and the console also includes a USB port for software upgrades and a convenient reading rack/device holder.

 

CONSOLE FEATURES

 

ALPHANUMERIC MESSAGE CENTER: Situated below the profile the 16-character alphanumeric message center shows menu information, workout parameters during and after a workout as well as maintenance and error data when necessary.


COOL DOWN KEY: Press this key to begin a cool-down period on compatible programs.

 

INCREASE/DECREASE INCLINE KEYS: Pressing these keys allows you to modify the angle of the walking belt during the exercise. If you continuously hold down a key, the incline display will gradually change (0.5% at a time). Release the key when you have selected your desired exercise incline. The incline of the treadmill will slowly change. On the display, the desired incline will flash until it has been attained. These keys also allow you to select the parameters prior to each exercise and act as scrolling keys in various menus.

 

INCREASE/DECREASE SPEED KEYS: Pressing these keys allows you to modify the speed of the walking belt during the exercise. If you continuously hold down a key, the speed display will gradually change (0.1 km/h or 0.1 mph at a time). Release the key when you have selected your desired exercise speed. The treadmill belt will slowly change to reach the speed you want. On the display, the desired speed will flash until it has been attained. These keys also allow you to select the programs and parameters prior to each exercise and act as scrolling keys in various menus.


iTEK KEY: This key has different functions depending on the operational stage of the equipment. When at the HOME SCREEN, press the iTEK key once to access the SETTINGS MENU. Press and hold the iTEK key for 3 seconds to access the DIAGNOSTICS MENU. When in a general menu, pressing the iTEK key acts as a Home Key and cancels all data and returns to the HOME SCREEN. During a workout, press the iTEK key to scroll through various equipment performance statistics.

 

JUSTGO (ENTER) KEY: This key has different functions depending on the operational stage of the equipment. When at the HOME SCREEN, press the green JUSTGO key to start a JustGo workout without inputting any parameters. Once the 3, 2, 1 workout countdown has begun, press the JUSTGO key to skip the countdown and begin the program. When using the menu system, press the JUSTGO (ENTER) key to select a menu and save data. During a workout, press the JUSTGO key to toggle the profile being display between speed & incline. 

 

MAIN KEYPAD: The Main Keypad is a group of the most used operational keys. The keys on the Main Keypad are made of silicone, as it is a more durable material able to withstand heavy use.

 

PRESET SPEED KEYS - A & B: These keys are similar to the Quick Speed Keys in that they allow you to quickly change the walking belt speed. However, as opposed to the Quick Speed Keys, whose values cannot be changed, the Preset Speed Keys are customizable, allowing you to store any speed value (e.g. 3.6) and changing it anytime you like. This is especially interesting for users who wish to alternate between two preset speeds (such as in Manual Interval training) and eliminates the annoyance of having to hold down or repeatedly press the Increase/Decrease Speed buttons mid-exercise when trying to reach a target speed. To store a speed value to a Preset Speed Key, simply run the treadmill at the desired speed and then press and hold down the Preset Speed Keys for 1 second until you hear a beep. If a User ID is selected while completing this process, the value will be saved to that User ID to use the next time they log in. If there is no User ID selected, the values will be cleared from the memory after the workout ends.

 

PROFILE DISPLAY: During a workout, you can change the profile being displayed from a speed graphic profile (default) to an incline graphic profile by pressing the JUSTGO key. To have the speed and incline profiles alternate continuously, press and hold the JUSTGO key for 3 seconds when the workout parameters are scrolling in the alphanumeric screen (not when iTek stats are scrolling). To return to speed or incline mode, press the JUSTGO key one more time.

 

PROGRAM CATEGORY KEYS: These 3 keys allow you to quickly access the program category of your choice. From left to right the 1st button leads you to a series of Basic Programs; the 2nd leads you to the Cardio Programs (Programs that require a heart rate chest strap) and the 3rd key on the right leads you to Advanced Programs which include the Memory and Custom Programs. Once a program category key is pressed you will see the first program in that program category’s list and to scroll though the list you may press the same category key again or the INCREASE/DECREASE SPEED or INCLINE keys.

 

QUICK INCLINE KEYS: These keys allow you to quickly modify the incline of the platform during an exercise to a preset value without having to use the INCREASE/DECREASE INCLINE keys.

 

QUICK SPEED KEYS: These keys allow you to quickly modify the speed of the walking belt during an exercise without having to use the INCREASE/DECREASE SPEED keys. Once a quick speed button has been pressed the ENTER key must be pressed to confirm the selection.

 

READING RACK & DEVICE HOLDER: Designed to safely hold most magazines, small books and devices such as mobile phones, music players and tablets.


SAFETY KEY: The safety key must be inserted into the appropriate slot in the console for the treadmill to be functional. For security purposes, make sure to attach the safety key clip to your clothes prior to starting an exercise.

 

STATS KEY: Each User ID saves cumulative statistics to their personal data file. The STATS key allows the current User ID to view their total cumulative statistics from the HOME SCREEN. If no User ID has been selected the key will be inactive.

 

STOP (PAUSE) KEY: This key has different functions depending on the operational stage of the equipment. When using the menu system, press the STOP key to go back in the menu system or cancel a function. During a workout, press the red STOP key to bring the walking belt to a stop and place the program into a pause mode. Press the STOP key again during the PAUSE mode to end the current program and the treadmill will be reset.

 

USB PORT: The USB Port can be used for software updates and charging of compatible devices.


USER ID KEY: This key accesses the User ID menu from the HOME SCREEN. In the User ID menu you may select, create, edit or delete a User ID. You may scroll through the sub-menus by continually pressing the USER ID key or by pressing the USER ID key once and then by pressing one of the INCREASE/DECREASE SPEED keys followed by the ENTER key on your desired choice.


WORKOUT PARAMETERS: Workout parameters are displayed on the L.C.D. in designated areas surrounding the profile or in the alphanumeric screen. Some windows automatically toggle the parameters being displayed every few seconds.

 


PARAMETERS DISPLAYED

CALORIES: Indicates an estimation of your total caloric expenditure from the start of the workout. This parameter displays an evaluation of the real values of your exercise. The evaluations are based on formal information, tests and are supported by specialists and physicians.

 

CALORIES/HOUR: Indicates your hourly caloric expenditure based on your weight input and actual exercise intensity level.

 

DISTANCE: Displays the total distance in miles or kilometers from the start of the workout, ranging from 0.00 to 99.99 miles or 0.00 to 99.99 km.

 

ELAPSED TIME: Indicates the amount of time accumulated from the start of any program. The time will range from 0 to a maximum of 6 hours during the JustGo program and from 0 to 99 minutes during all other time-based programs.

 

HEART RATE: Displays the current heart rate (pulse) transmitted by either a chest strap or by the hands on the contact heart rate bars (at less than 4mph (6.4kmh)) if a chest strap is not being used. The heart rate is displayed in beats per minute (BPM).

 

INCLINE: Displays the slope of the walking belt in terms of percentage where one percent (1%) slope is equal to one foot (or one meter) climbed for every 100 feet (or 100 meters) covered. The incline range is from 0% to 15%.

 

AVERAGE SPEED: At the end of a workout, the average speed is displayed for the entire workout.

 

CALORIES: Indicates an estimation of your total caloric expenditure from the start of the workout. This parameter displays an evaluation of the real values of your exercise. The evaluations are based on formal information, tests and are supported by specialists and physicians.

 

CALORIES/HOUR: Indicates your hourly caloric expenditure based on your weight input and actual exercise intensity level.

 

DISTANCE: Displays the total distance in miles or kilometers from the start of the workout, ranging from 0.00 to 99.99 miles or 0.00 to 99.99 km.

 

ELAPSED TIME: Indicates the amount of time accumulated from the start of any program. The time will range from 0 to a maximum of 99 minutes during the JustGo program and from 0 to 6 hours during all other time-based programs.

 

ELEVATION CHANGE: The elevation change is displayed both during the program and in the Workout Summary at the end of the workout. It indicates the change in elevation during the workout. If no incline is used during the exercise, the value will be either 0 feet (Imperial) or 0 meters (Metric). If the user uses a negative value during the exercise (-3% incline for example), the negative value will be subtracted from any positive values. (e.g. if 50% of the workout is completed at 3% incline and 50% is completed at -3% incline then the elevation change will be 0.)

 

GOAL %: Indicates the percentage of your goal achieved.

 

GOAL REMAINING (TIME, DISTANCE or CALORIES): Indicates the amount of the pre-set goal left in the workout. The parameter shown depends on the selected goal.

 

SEGMENT DURATION (TIME, DISTANCE or CALORIES): Indicates the portion of the goal remaining during the current segment. The parameter shown depends on the selected goal. Note: Each segment is equal to one-twentieth (1/20) of the total goal and is represented by one block on the profile with a flashing block indicating the current segment.

 

HEART RATE: Displays the current heart rate (pulse) transmitted by either a chest strap or by the hands on the contact heart rate bars (at less than 4mph (6.4kmh)) if a chest strap is not being used. The heart rate is displayed in beats per minute (BPM).

 

INCLINE: Displays the slope of the walking belt in terms of percentage where one percent (1%) slope is equal to one foot (or one meter) climbed for every 100 feet (or 100 meters) covered. The incline range is from 0% to 15%.

 

MAXIMUM HEART RATE %: Displays the current BPM (beats per minute) percentage in relation to the user’s maximum BPM. If you are wearing a chest strap and are exercising in a Heart Rate program, the maximum heart rate % will be automatically displayed.

 

METS: Indicates the ratio of working metabolism over the resting metabolism.

 

PACE: Indicates how long it will take to complete one mile or one kilometer at your current speed. Pace per mile or kilometer is shown in minutes and seconds.

 

SPEED: Indicates speed in miles per hour or kilometers per hour. The speed range is from 0.5 to 12 mph (0.8 to 19.2 km/h) and can be changed in increments of 0.1 mph or km/h.

 

TARGET BPM: Shows your target heart rate in beats per minute during any Cardio programs.

 

TIME IN ZONE (TIZ): This parameter shows the amount of time a user exercised within the targeted heart rate zone during a Heart Rate Control program. If, for example, the user chooses to workout in the Fat Burning Zone, the total amount of workout time spent in that zone will be displayed during and at the end of the workout.

 

TOTAL DISTANCE: At the end of a workout, the total distance traveled is displayed.

 

TOTAL EXERCISE TIME: At the end of a workout, the total length of the exercise in minutes and seconds is displayed.

 

 

The T-45 Treadmill Console has 15 Preset Programs

JustGo                 Manual (Time Goal)
Calorie Goal                 Distance Goal
Interval                 Random
Walk                 Speed Run
Heart Rate Control                 Heart Rate Intervals
Fitness Test                 Advanced Hills
Track                 Runner's Intervals
Turbo Training                  

 

It also has 8 Custom & 8 Memory Programs  

 

JUSTGO PROGRAM

The JustGo Program allows users to quickly start a workout by pressing only one key from the HOME SCREEN making it ideal for users who simply want to get on and go and make their own speed and incline changes as the workout progresses. The JustGo Program does not allow the user to input any parameters or workout goals so the program will just keep going until the user presses the STOP key or until the maximum time of 6 hours is up.

 

MANUAL (TIME GOAL) PROGRAM

The Manual (Time Goal) Program allows the user to select a predetermined amount of time they wish to workout for from 5 minutes to 6 hours. The JustGo and Manual programs are very similar in that the user controls both the speed and incline at all times. The difference is that in the Manual Program, users must select their exercise duration and the display will show the workout time remaining throughout the exercise.

 

CALORIE GOAL PROGRAM

The Calorie Goal Program allows the user to select a predetermined quantity of calories they wish to burn during the workout from 25 to 2000 calories. At any time during the program the speed and incline may be manually changed which will modify the length of time it will take to burn the target calories and achieve the goal. Also, manually modifying the speed or incline will change the entire profile for the remainder of the program. The program ends when the calorie goal is achieved.


DISTANCE GOAL PROGRAM

The Distance Goal Program allows the user to select a predetermined distance they wish to cover during their workout from 0.2 to 99 miles/km. At any time during the program the speed and incline may be manually changed which will modify the length of time it will take to achieve the goal. 

 

INTERVAL PROGRAM

Interval Training has many benefits such as increasing the metabolism, which results in more calories being burned all day long, as well as increasing average exercise speed, making it a great way to increase average pace and improve race times. The Interval Program allows users to alternate their workout intensity between high-intensity “work” periods and preset low-intensity “rest” periods. The Interval Program has predetermined speed and incline percentages depending on the selected level of intensity. Users can change the level of intensity of the profile at any time by modifying the speed or incline and those changes will stay in effect for the remainder of the workout.

 

RANDOM PROGRAM

The Random Program is a time-based program that provides exercise variety. Each time this program is selected, a unique exercise experience is provided from a bank of over 4 billion pre-programmed workouts. The user must choose a RANDOM MODE they prefer during the program setup stage. Each mode effects how the computer creates the Random program.

SP = Speed is randomly set, incline stays constant

ICL = Incline is randomly set, speed stays constant

ISP = Both Speed and Incline are randomly set

 

WALK PROGRAM

The Walk Program is ideal for low intensity or rehabilitation workouts where the user or trainer wishes to ensure there are no intense training segments. During the Walk Program the speed cannot exceed 4.0 mph (6.4 km/h) and the maximum incline achievable is 6%. Users or trainers simply set the workout duration and then make any speed or incline changes manually during the workout.

The Walk program is very functional in facilities where a trainer or supervisor is concerned that an unsupervised exerciser may deliberately or accidently increase the speed or incline to unsafe levels (e.g. Rehabilitation clinics). As opposed to modifying the Speed or Incline Limits in the Settings Menu which affects all the programs, the Walk program offers a single program solution to safety concerns without affecting the other programs parameters. 

 

SPEED RUN PROGRAM

The Speed Run Program is ideal for users who wish to complete varying pace work on a constant incline level. Only pre-programmed speed changes occur throughout the workout, however, the incline can be modified manually. By selecting a higher level, a higher speed range is completed. Changing the speed manually will change the speed profile for the remainder of the program.

 

HEART RATE CONTROL PROGRAM

The Heart Rate Control Program allows a user to workout at the exact intensity level they desire by setting a predetermined heart rate level. This reduces the risk of overtraining, which can cause injuries, exhaustion or even burnout and under training, which can be ineffective and have the user seeing little to no results.

Once a Target Heart Rate value is selected the Heart Rate Mode must be established. The Heart Rate Mode is the way the treadmill will make adjustments during a workout in order to achieve the Target Heart Rate.  There are 3 choices:

SP = Speed changes only, incline stays constant. Ideal for runners who do not want incline changes

ICL = Incline changes only, speed stays constant. Ideal for walkers who do not want to jog or run.

ISP = Both Speed and Incline can change. Ideal for users who want both speed and incline changes

NOTE – This program requires the user wearing a 5kHz wireless chest strap.

 

HEART RATE INTERVAL PROGRAM

The Heart Rate Interval Program combines the benefits of interval training with the accuracy of heart rate training. This combination makes the Heart Rate Interval Program one of the most effective ways to increase metabolism, burn fat, increase average pace and naturally produce human growth hormones. During the Heart Rate Interval Program the computer will automatically alternate between a Work Target Heart Rate (Work BPM) and a Rest Target Heart Rate (Rest BPM) set by the user. The Work BPM can be set between 70% & 90% of the user’s Maximum Heart Rate and the Rest BPM can be set between 50% & 69% of the user’s maximum heart rate. Once a target heart rate is reached the program maintains the user at that level for the duration of the interval time or rest time established during program setup before alternating to the other target.

As with the Heart Rate Control program the Heart Rate Mode must be established. The Heart Rate Mode is the way the treadmill will make adjustments during a workout in order to achieve the Target Heart Rate. There are 3 choices:

SP = Speed changes only, incline stays constant. Ideal for runners who do not want incline changes

ICL = Incline changes only, speed stays constant. Ideal for walkers who do not want to jog or run.

ISP = Both Speed and Incline can change. Ideal for users who want both speed and incline changes

NOTE – This program requires the user wearing a 5kHz wireless chest strap.

 

FITNESS TEST

The Fitness Test is a custom-made submaximal test designed to measure cardio-respiratory fitness. Maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 Max) is defined as the maximum volume of oxygen that can be taken up, distributed and used by the body during physical activity. Testing one’s VO2 Max allows users to evaluate their fitness level.

For the submaximal test, the user is challenged to reach 80% of their maximum heart rate through gradual increases in both speed and incline. Once the 80% maximum heart rate threshold is reached the treadmill will automatically stop and the computer will extrapolate the user’s VO2 Max based on the speed and incline levels achieved. In order to obtain a more accurate reading it is very important to carefully follow the instructions during the program.

NOTE – Users must wear a heart rate chest strap. Cardio-respiratory fitness is a combination of cardiovascular fitness and respiratory fitness. Always keep in mind that this test is submaximal, so the results are only to be used as a guide. 

 

ADVANCED HILLS PROGRAM

The Advanced Hills Program is excellent for developing leg strength and endurance by allowing users to choose from a wide range of hill simulations at varying intensities. Users may choose up to 10 hills per program and select from an intensity range of 3% to 15%. The program is distance based and changes are made automatically to the incline profile whereas the speed profile stays constant. Users may change the speed or incline during the exercise if they find it too easy or too difficult. Manually modifying the speed changes will change the speed for the chosen segment. Changing the incline manually changes the program’s entire incline profile.


TRACK PROGRAM

The Track Program simulates training on a 1/4 mile-long (approx. 400 meters) Olympic running track. Users may select between one (1) and 99 laps while controlling the speed and incline from beginning to end as the program does not have a predetermined profile. The Track Program appears on-screen as an oval track showing the user’s progress around the circuit.

 

RUNNER’S INTERVALS PROGRAM

The Runner’s Interval Program has been designed for people who wish to simulate medium acceleration interval workouts. This type of training is excellent for improving average running pace and is a great calorie burner, however, it is recommended that users have a solid base fitness level before incorporating this program into their workout. The Runner’s Interval Program allows users to choose their own interval distance, number of interval repeats, running pace, recovery time and the desired recovery pace. In order to simulate natural interval training the treadmill belt will accelerate at approximately 0.75 mph per second (1.25 km/h per second), which is twice as quick as the standard setting.


TURBO TRAINING PROGRAM

NOTE – To have access to this program, it must first be activated in the SETTINGS Menu

The Turbo Training Program is identical to the Runner’s Interval Program except that it has been designed for track runners who wish to simulate high acceleration interval workouts. This type of training is excellent for increasing the metabolism, producing natural HGH and for maximizing calorie-burning results. Like the Runner’s Interval Program it is important that users have a solid base fitness level before incorporating this program into their workout. The Turbo Training Program allows users to choose their own interval distance, number of interval repeats, running pace, recovery time and the desired recovery pace. In order to simulate high acceleration interval training the treadmill belt will accelerate at approximately 1.5 mph per second (2.5 km/h per second), which is four times as quick as the standard setting.

WARNING – This program is designed for advanced runners and includes high-speed accelerations.

 

CUSTOM PROGRAMS

Custom Programs are workouts created by a user and saved via the SETTINGS MENU.

MEMORY PROGRAMS

Memory Programs are saved workout speed and incline profiles from previously completed workouts. 

 

 

 

T-45 General Specifications

 

 

 

Safety & Comfort

 

Exercise Area

22” x 56” / 56 cm x 142 cm

Walking Belt Type

Commercial Ortho

Shock Absorption

Bodyguard Dissipation System

Step-Up Height

7.25” / 18 cm

Side Handrails

Short Looped  (Optional Long)

Main Keypad

Silicone Keys

 

 

Mechanical Features

 

Drive Motor

3 HP (3600 RPM)

Frame

Steel X-Frame

Adjustable Pivoting Feet

Yes

Deck

1” / 2.5 cm thick

4-way “Flip & Rotate”

Rollers

2.5” / 6.35 cm diameter - Crowned

 

 

Technical Features

 

Power

Plug-in 120 VAC

Display

Blue L.C.D.

Display Feedback

Average Speed, Calories, Calories/Hour, Distance, Elapsed Time, Elevation Change, Goal %, Heart Rate, Incline, Maximum Heart Rate %, METS, Pace, Speed, Target BPM, Time In Zone

Quick Keys

Incline, Speed and Preset Speed

User ID’s

8

Programs

15 Preset, 8 Custom, 8 Memory

Heart Rate Control

Target & Interval (3 Modes)

Speed Range

0.5-12 mph / 0.8 – 19.3 kph

Incline Range

0% - 15%

Contact Heart Rate

Yes

Wireless Heart Rate

Yes (Compatible 5 kHz Chest Strap required)

Electronic Stride Control

Yes

Advanced Friction Detection System

Yes

 

 

Weights & Dimensions

 

User Weight Capacity

400 lbs / 181 kg

Product Weight

272 lbs / 124 kg

Box Weight

324 lbs / 147 kg

Product Dims. (L x W X H)

74” x 30” x 54” / 188 x 76 x 137 cm

Box Dims. (L x W X H)

81” x 32” x 15” / 206 x 81 x 38 cm

 

 

Residential Warranty*

 

Frame

Lifetime

Motor

Lifetime

Parts

10 Years

Labor

3 Years

   

Commercial Warranty*

 

Frame

Lifetime

Parts

5 Years

Labor

2 Years

 

 

Certifications

ETL, CSA, UL

Interference Standards Compliance

FCC + ICES-003

 

* Limited Warranty. Visit Product Warranty section for full details.

These items and specifications are subject to change.

 


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