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High Risk Gel Cushion

Lowzone Gel 2 offers High Risk pressure reduction in a Gel cushion

The Lowzone Gel2 is our expertly shaped gel cushion that distributes pressure over the whole seated area. Peak pressures are reduced dramatically provides the skin with more protection dueto the gel being extremely close to the skins surface.

Key Features

  • High Risk performance slow-moving Gel fluid pouch
  • Temperature reducing Gel cushion helps combat micro-climate
  • Sliding movements reduced by better conformity of the flexible gel

What it does…

The Lowzone Gel 2 is our High Risk pressure reducing Gel cushion that maximises weight distribution across the entire seated area which takes users up to 25 stone

The Gel solution we have created is very slow moving and won’t migrate away from the vulnerable areas which gives confidence whilst in use.

Lowzone Gel 2’s top layer is a very thin layer of foam which brings the High Risk Gel performance extremely close to the skin but also assists the on keeping the user comfortable

The unique shaping we use across Airzone, Lowzone Gel 2 and Lowzone+ means the weight is spread from the areas at risk of breakdown to the areas of less vulnerability.

It doesn’t end there – The Lowzone Gel 2 also has the benefit of offering microclimate management to reduce heat and moisture build up from the gel solution with the added option of a Coolover cover to improve further

Now for the science…

Airzone Bariatric Diagram

Technical Information…

Weight Limit

Sizes

Covers

Adaptions

25 stone (158kg)

Length / Width
12 - 24"
(30 - 616cm)
Depth
2, 3" (5, 8cm)

Wipedown,
Spacer fabric,
Coolover

Flat Contour
Chamfer Wedge Ramp
Plastic 5mm/Wood 12mm
Baseboard

Really comfortable 

“I use a Helping Hand Cushion on my front room chair so I asked to trial a few others of theirs for my dining chair and I found the Gel Cushion the most comfortable for me and very sturdy.”

Blake

George

Cleaning and Care…

HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS / INTENDED USE

Regularly check for any splits, tears, loose stitching or excessive wear. Check the foam to ensure that it is correctly shaped and compresses and recovers correctly. If the Polyeurathan film is split and foam is damaged contact your supplier.

TESTING STANDARDS

All Helping Hand Pressure cushions are tested to BS7176 specification for resistance to ignition of upholstered furniture for non-domestic seating by testing composites. They are certified to ignition source 5 and cigarette and match but please avoid excessive heat or open flame

WARRANTY

All Helping Hand Pressure Cushions are guaranteed to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 24 months from the date of purchase, provided they are used correctly for the purpose they were intended. The warranty does not apply to punctures, tears or burns, not to the cushions removeable cover. The removeable outer and inner covers are guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 24 months from the date of purchase, provided normal use.

CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE

Correct and regular cleaning and mainenance helps to extend the life of the cushion.

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.

COVER ORIENTATION

Please ensure that the orientation compass is positioned correctly. If the cover is not used correctly it may reduce or eliminate the cushions benefits and could increase the risk to the skin and soft tissue.

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 [email protected]