High Risk Paediatric to Bariatric Pressure Cushion
Airzone is our Paediatric to Bariatric Pressure Cushion with Integrated Micro-Climate Control.
- Bariatric sizes and weight limits are available
- The go-to cushion to manage micro-climate – doesn’t insulate a user like foam & gel
- Extremely adaptable and lightweight
What it does…
The Airzone pressure cushion has a Revolutionary construction that reduces pressure significantly by the performance of the air suspended fibres.
The space created by these fibres helps get air closer to the skin so the user doesn’t build up heat and moisture like they would on foam or gel.
Its resilient construction doesn’t just reduce pressure and minimise heat build-up but they are extremely strong which means it takes a bariatric weight limit of 40 stone.
It doesn’t end there – Airzone comes with the Coolover cover as standard which is one of the only ways to manage a user’s microclimate by reducing heat and moisture build-up.
The pressure cushion is extremely lightweight so very easy to move and can be manufactured in a huge variety of sizes and shapes to meet most requirements.
40 stone (254kg)
Length / Width
Cleaning and Care…
HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS / INTENDED USE
CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
All covers can be machine washed, please check the label on the individual cushion. Remove the cover from foam composite before machine washing.
Foam composites are covered with a polyurathane film. Providing this film has not been damaged, clean with soft cloth moistened with water and a neutral detergent.
Do not submerge in water
Do not leave the cushion outside – extended exposure to the elements coudl compromise the effectiveness. Store in a dry (moisture free) and clean environment when not in use.
When putting the cover back on to the foam composite please ensure that the cover has been put back on to the foam composite in the correct orientation, and that the orientation compass is in the correct position.
Should you require a new cover, please contact Helping Hand Pressure Care on: 01531 8100199 or firstname.lastname@example.org