Raffel Systems Introduces New Air Massage System
Raffel Systems announced that it has introduced new technology that replaces traditional massage chair rollers with air-filled bladders that can be customized to individual needs.“We are excited to again be leading the industry in air massage technology.” said Rich Weeden, newly appointed President of Raffel Systems. “Raffel Systems pioneered air massage in 2010 with the patented ‘BackCycler’ and is pleased to be improving upon the function and comfort features.”Raffel Systems is known in the home furnishings and contract furniture industries for its comfort solutions and its integrated charging technologies.Raffel Systems’ new air massage system boasts four air bladder zones, including one for the all-important lumbar area. Unlike other systems, the new air massage system’s lumbar support can be inflated to just the right level of support. Additionally, the massage can be customized using massage modes including pulse, wave, and alternating zones, enhanced by heat that can be fully controlled by a hand-held remote. The remote also operates recline, lumbar, and headrest functions. Raffel System’s new air massage technology can be implemented in any new furniture products and can accommodate a variety of actuators.“Relaxation is good for your health,” said Weeden. “Better relaxation means better health. It’s that simple.”About Raffel Systems: Headquartered in Germantown, WI, Raffel Systems has a multi-discipline team of engineers leading development and programming of all its products, enabling the 37-year-old company to bring innovative products to market quickly and give its manufacturing partners a competitive advantage. Raffel’s China headquarters including sales, engineering and manufacturing are based in Xiamen, China, at its wholly owned subsidiary Xiamen Raffel Electronic Technology Co. Ltd. Raffel’s European joint venture Global Furniture Components, UAB is based in Lithuania. For more information, visit http://www.raffel.com/
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