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The 966i treadmill is one of the top of the line used commercial treadmill for fitness facilities, renowned for its performance and durability. Equipped with Integrated Footplant Technology™ (IFT) and Ground Effects® (GFX) impact control system, the 966i delivers a smooth and natural feel when running or walking. Buy these Precor treadmills on sale for your gym and save! This is a top of the line commercial treadmill on sale at a huge discount!

 

 

30 programs for workout variety
A mix of speed, incline, and programs works lower body muscles. Everything from a weight-loss program to a 5k running course keeps routines fresh.

Low maintenance 

Quality components and superior construction promote years of trouble-free use.

Low profile
Low step-up height allows comfortable access when mounting and dismounting. when running or walking

 

Standard CSAFE interface 
Makes the 966i compatible with other electronic fitness and entertainment systems, such as Fitlinxx® and Cardio Theater®.

 

Touch heart rate monitor 
Easy-to-use handgrip sensors monitor heart rate during workouts.

 

Advanced 4.0 HP motor with IFT Drive Controller 
IFT-Drive controller works with a 4.0hp peak duty AC induction motor for a smooth, natural feel. Three-phase, sensorless variable frequency drive technology for high reliability and accurate speed control. Integrated power components and fan to handle higher loads and temperatures.

 

Ground Effects® Impact Control System 
Easing wear on the knees, legs, and back, the unique suspension system cushions impact and controls lateral motions while remaining responsive.

 

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Length 88 in (224 cm)

Width With handrails 35 in (89 cm)

Height 64 in (163 cm), with PVS 80 in (203 cm)

Weight 508 lbs (231 kg)

Shipping Weight 549 lbs (249kg)

Belt 60 in x 20 in (153 cm x 51 cm)

Motor 4.0 hp peak-duty AC Motor

Power Outlet for treadmill only: 
(Personal Viewing Screen requires separate outlet) 
US & Canada - 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 16.5A, 1980W Dedicated,120V/20A circuit with 5-20R NEMA receptacle or 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 11.5A, 1932W Dedicated,240V/20A circuit with 6-20R NEMA receptacle 
International - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 11.5A, 1932W, IEC 320-C19 inlet supporting Schuko and BSI plugs

Speed 0.5 to 16 mph (1-25.5 kph)

Incline -3% to 15%, in 0.5% increments

Frame Powder-coated steel

Regulatory Approvals
FCC, ETL, CE, EN957

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