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Total Knee 2100

Product Type:

Hydraulic knee joint, polycentric

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Total Knee 2100


- for transfemoral amputees and knee disarticulated
- for patients up to max. 125 kg body weight
- for mobility grade 3 and 4


The polycentric knee joint is robust, resilient, durable and thus meets the mobility and load requirements of very active users. The aluminium frame, which weighs only 900 g, makes the knee joint one of the lightest hydraulic systems on the market. The 2100 model has 25% more hydraulic fluid capacity compared to the Total Knee Model 2000, with cooling fins for better temperature distribution and reliable swing phase control. The adjustable extension aid is specially designed for users who want faster extension and reduced heel lift.

Features / Components:

- Polycentric (seven-axis) knee joint with geometric locking system for different - - walking speeds and higher load/mobility
- Distal connection for 30 mm tube
- Adjustable flexion resistance
- Adjustable extension aid and stretch stop
- Low overall height
- proximal with connection thread for adapter components
- distal with tube clamp connection 30 mm
- suitable Kniet sleeves and cosmetic accessories see ID-number PU/01553
- suitable cosmetic foam covers see ID-number PU/01554
- Knee bend angle: 160 degrees (maximum)
- Weight approx.: 920 g

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Össur hf. - Head Office
Grjothalsi 5
110 Reykjavik
Iceland Telephone: +354 515 13-00 Email: Homepage:


Össur Deutschland GmbH
Augustinusstr. 11a
50226 Frechen
Germany Telephone: 02234 6039-102 Email: Homepage:

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Last Update: 18 Mar 2020