Freemotion t7.3 Treadmilll
The 3.0 CHP commercial grade motor offers a rear drive motor for a comfortable and smooth running surface. The AC lift motor provides a comfortable and stable incline and decline movement. The deck is coated with phenol resin on both sides so that you may flip the deck and use both sides for a longer lasting major component.
The T7.3 has a roomy 22 x 60 2 ply belt that will keep workouts quiet and comfortable. The Quick Touch features and CoolAire Fan allow users to maintain comfort and speed without major adjustments. The T7.3 offer iFit programs, SpaceSaver technology and Pulse reading with the contact sensors and an incline of 15% and speeds up to 12 MPH.
This unit is perfect for schools, police and fire departments, as well as government use!
Cushioning › By combining the 4 urethane isolators suspending the deck and the rear-drive motor system, users experience additional cushioning as the deck is able to give with every foot strike.
Rear-drive Motor › The continuous-duty, 3.0 HP DC motor is positioned in the back of the machine for a smooth running surface.
Treadbelt › 22” x 60”, industrial treadbelt requires less maintenance and runs whisper-quiet.
QuickTouch™ Speed › Adjust speed from 0 to 12 MPH by simply touching a QuickTouch button or scrolling in 0.1 MPH increments.
Incline › Adjust incline from 0 to 15% by scrolling in 0.5 increments.
Deck › The deck is coated with phenolic resin on both sides to last twice as long when flipped during routine maintenance.
Lift Motor › AC lift motor provides smooth incline and decline movement and stabilizes the deck.
Heart Rate › Pulse information can be displayed on the console via wireless chest pulse strap.
- Dimensions: 78in L x 33in W x 61in H
- Unit Weight: 450 lbs.
- Treadbelt: 22in x 60in 2-Ply, Quiet Belt
- Speed Range: 0.5-12 MPH
- Incline: 0-15 percent; QuickTouch: Adjust incline from 0 to 15 percent by scrolling in 0.5 increments
- Display: Large, High Resolution LCD with Scrolling Display; Displays: Speed, Pace, Distance, Time, incline, Calories, Calories per Hour, Mets, Pulse