The Apollo Bariatric professional nursing bed offers a low platform height of 27cm from the ground. Suitable for healthcare and community settings. The handset features a control lockout for safety. The auto-contour feature promotes effective positioning that prevents the patient sliding down the bed. The Apollo Bariatric features an auto-regression function. Auto-regression allows the back rest to move back as it rises which reduces the shear and friction forces on the sacral area which can assist in the prevention of skin damage and associated pressure ulcer formation.
Caution: Bed Rails / Bed Sticks
Electrically operated backrest, height, tilt and knee break
Angle of back rest: 72°
Angle of thigh rest: 33°
Integral extending platform 15cm
Mattress platform dimensions: 198cm x 120cm
or 213cm x 120cm (when integral extension piece is used)
Detachable Aluminium side rails (meet clause 184.108.40.206.3.3 of IEC 60601-2-52)
Remote handset control
Individually lockable twin castors (castor diameter: 7.5cm)
Easy clean, low maintenance
Platform height at 27cm from the floor to top of the platform
Weight limit 350kg (55 stone)
27cm to 68cm height variation
Trendelenburg tilt: 10.8° - Anti-Trendelenburg tilt: 10.5°
5 years on metal work and 5 year electrical actuator
- Apollo Bariatric Professional - https://apollo-ht.com.au/bariatric-apollo-bariatric-professional/
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model base: base
- Width Overall 136 cm
- Length Overall 218.0 cm
- Clearance Under Bed 27 cm - 68 cm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 350 kg
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