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Introducing the Latest Innovation in Exam Chairs – 461 & 403 Exam Chairs

Fully-powered programmable chairs that deliver quality and comfort to patients and caregivers at a more economical price.

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March 1, 2023 – MTI introduces the all-new 461 and 403 exam chairs.

These fully-powered programmable chairs deliver quality and comfort to patients and caregivers at a more economical price. They are safe and sturdy with excellent patient access for caregivers. Each of these chairs have been engineered with powered lift and back functions, featuring Soft Start/Stop motion control, for a smoother patient experience and decreased caregiver strain. Designed with specialists’ needs in mind, the 461 and 403 are the answer to caregivers looking for a quality, comfortable, fully-powered chair to improve patient outcomes.

MTI President, Brad Baker stated, “MTI set out to develop new examination chairs which are more economically priced and safer, while providing the latest innovation and technology with the high quality that healthcare providers have come to expect from MTI. Our team members at MTI are excited to help to transform healthcare settings to a safer setup for both the patient and caregiver. These fully-powered, sturdy new chairs also replace manually operated examination chairs which are strenuous for the caregiver to operate, and are lightweight, creating safety concerns.”

The launch of the 461 and 403 exam chairs reaffirms MTI’s place as the leading innovator in the marketplace having now launched eleven new chair models in the past five years. MTI has continued to push the envelope on new technology through the years and the introduction of these new chairs means that MTI’s full line of products now includes only fully-powered chairs with push-button programmability as the standard offering. MTI’s products are raising the bar with their feature-packed quality and focus on patient and caregiver safety.











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