Steris 5085 Surgical Table Refurbished
The STERIS 5085 General Surgical Table is a mobile, electrohydraulically operated surgical table specifically designed to provide patient positioning flexibility required for modern surgical care facilities.
The STERIS 5085 General Surgical Table features powered lateral tilt, Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg, Zip-Slide™ movable tabletop and adjustable height functions. This table is designed to function with:
• 1200 lb (544 kg) load; with the ability to raise/lower but no tabletop articulation or slide.
• 1000 lb (454 kg) load; with the ability to perform all patient posturing but without tabletop slide.
• 600 lb (272 kg) load; with the ability to perform all patient posturing and full tabletop slide.
The STERIS 5085 General Surgical Table is constructed of aluminum alloy, stainless steel, and other high quality materials. The table is equipped with a large sliding tabletop providing maximum radiological access without patient reversing.
The 5085 General Surgical Table is powered by either internal battery or facility electric through use of the INTELLIPOWER® dual power system.
This item is refurbished with a 90 day warranty. It comes with the Surgical Table, a New Pad, Remote Control, and Power Cord.
Table Length 83" (2098 mm)
Table Width 20" (508 mm) (28" with extenders)
Table Height Range 22.8" to 42.5" (581 to 1080 mm)
Table Slide Range 360°
Table Rotation 48" (1200 mm)
Patient Weight Capacity
1,200 lbs. (544 kg) patient support, including raise/lower (centered on the column)
1,000 lbs (454 kg) full table articulation and rotation (centered on the column)
600 lbs (272 kg) full table articulation, including slide, rotate and transfer
Table Shipping Weight 850 lbs. (386 kg)
Trendelenburg / Reverse 30° / 30°
Lateral Tilt (left/right) 20° / 20°
Head Section +90° to -90° (10° increments)
Back Section +80° to -40°
Leg Section 0° to -105°
Flex/Reflex 140° / 100°
Manual Override Yes
Perneal Cut-out Yes
Kidney Elevator 4" (110 mm) powered
Forward ≤1.9 mph (≤3 km/h)
Reverse ≤1.2 mph (≤2 km/h)
(at 2mph/3 km/h with 600 lb. patient)
≤2' (0.6 m) with motor braking in forward motion