Vario Lock

In medicine, reliability and long service life are indispensable prerequisites for the rapid operability of the products used. The support arm systems are used to accommodate ventilation tubes, infusion systems, monitors and tableaux. Purely mechanical joints allow safe and easy positioning with high stability.

The "Vario Lock" is an universal articulated arm with a large swivel range. It is used to hold respiratory hoses and cables. With “Vario Lock” you have the choice between 1, 2 or 3 joints which can be fixed simultaneously with little effort to a central star handle in the optimal working position.

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    Hose holder

    - Universal bracket for secure fixing of supply hoses
    - Rotatable and swivelling

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    Load capacity up to 6.0 kg

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    Flex shaft

    Flexible metal arm
    - Bending angle up to 90°
    - Continuously adjustable
    - Available in different thicknesses

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    - Safe and simple fixation
    - Patented special joints

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    - Mechanical clamping mechanism
    - In different length variants available

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    High quality material

    High-quality materials (stainless steel)

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    Chrome plated or powder coated

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    Claw 6012

    Further mounting variants possible. Details see catalogue "Holding systems."


Product Information

Description Options Data Data
Series   5001, 5003 5005, 5007
Stretched length   43 to 135 cm 43 to 135 cm
Number of joints   1 / 2 / 3 1 / 2 / 3
Surface   Bright chrome Matt
Material   Brass Aluminium
Adaptation options Hose clamps

  Flex wave

  Ball clamp

Suspension individual

Components in
custom color

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Since our foundation in 1976, we have been developing fixing systems for patient monitors and are therefore among the market and innovation leaders in this segment. One of our first developments was the articulated arm for ventilation hoses. We have continuously developed this item into a modern and efficient system. Examination lamps or tablet computers can now be integrated.