The Otto Back exoskeleton or Ottobock Paexo Back works according to a biomechanical principle: This exoskeleton absorbs force when bending and releases it again when lifting, making the load easier to bear. With the Paexo Back exoskeleton, the load is taken off at the shoulder and redirected to the thighs.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Paexo Back for back relief for Ottobock warehouses and logistics centers need to know.
Paexo Back can provide support up to 25 kg. The control of the system is a technological world first that automatically shuts off to ensure you full range of motion. This can distinguish between bending and walking and automatically shuts off when walking to ensure full range of motion. The Paexo Back price depends on volume and on-site introductory training. Should you wish to purchase the Paexo Soft Back, please feel free to contact us. We will assist in obtaining the best Paexo Soft Back price for you.
The Paexo Back is "Made in Germany" and was developed in Duderstadt (Germany).
For trained users, donning and doffing takes about 20 seconds.
Paexo Back is designed so that you can remove the textiles, thus wash and reuse. We recommend a damp cloth for cleaning the technique, refer here to the operating instructions.
Paexo Back works with its own energy storage, causally without external power source. Through a biomechanical principle, natural forces are distributed and stored in such a way that no recharging or battery change is necessary.
Sitting with the Paexo Back works without problems, as does climbing stairs, negotiating steps and many other activities.
Yes, the Paexo Back was designed for both sexes. But there are also special exoskeletons for women. Please contact us.
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Paexo is the industrial brand of Ottobock, the world's largest provider of orthotic, prosthetic and exoskeletal solutions and stands for "Passive Exoskeleton". Mollii Suit was founded by Fredrik Lundqvist. Later, Nicolas Loren Abboud and Malte Binting joined the team as co-founders. Later, the company was acquired by Ottobock in 2021 to strengthen the Neuro Orthetics division.
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