Pelton & Crane debuts new products, booth and clinician resources

February 26, 2015

Pelton & Crane, a member of KaVo Kerr Group, is presenting a mix of new products, an updated booth and an Ergonomics and Wellness Center at this week's Chicago Midwinter Meeting.

Pelton & Crane, a member of KaVo Kerr Group, is presenting a mix of new products, an updated booth and an Ergonomics and Wellness Center at this week's Chicago Midwinter Meeting.

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New products include the Centennial 2 Cabinetry and Spirit 1700 Dental Chair.

TheCentennial 2 Cabinetry line features a system of preconfigured modules that can be tailored to the specific functions within the dental professional's work environment and easily upgraded to suit a growing practice. Centennial dental cabinets provide several variations of rear delivery treatment centers, enabling users to select the right dental cabinet for their specific practice. Multiple delivery units complement this collection to reportedly maximize the efficiency and storage capability of these rear cabinets.

The Spirit 1700 Dental Chairoffers standard features such as embossed membrane touchpads for the doctor and assistant, a dual articulating headrest and swing-away armrests, coupled with the Spirits 1700's powerful hydraulic lift mechanism. 

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The Centennial 2 Cabinetry and the Spirit 1700 Dental Chair can be viewed at the new Pelton & Crane tradeshow booth #1003. The booth is designed to offer improved visibility, better functionality and more interactive features for a better customer experience. This includes a new interactive design center, full dental operatories, a new products area, sterilization display and ergonomics zone. 

Pelton & Crane is supporting the Chicago Dental Society's free Ergonomics and Wellness Clinic, held at Booth #100 from 8-5 p.m. CST on February 26-28. During these sessions, physical therapists will consider how individual professionals position themselves around the chair and on stools in an operatory. Assessments will last 15-30 minutes and participants will leave with advice for simple improvements. Additional education will be provided by Timothy Caruso, PT.

"This year's Midwinter Meeting brings together the many ways in which Pelton & Crane is working to create relationships with dental professionals ... and deliver true value during the time they spend at tradeshows such as this one," said Emily Brooks, Senior Marketing Manager at Pelton & Crane. "We want to elevate the exhibit hall form a sales space to an environment where we can have a meaningful exchange about dental professionals' practice needs, physical well-being and the solutions Pelton & Crane can deliver to support them."

For more information, please visit www.pelton.net.