The Apollo 4 Cushion is an alternating cushion that can be used in both the hospital and community environments. Six alternating cells sit in a moulded foam base designed to reduce the risk of the patient slipping forward. It has a user weight of 114 kilos The pump can also be used on the Apollo 5 mattress.
Extra product information
High-risk dynamic cushion
Max. user weight of 18 stone /114.5 kg
Moulded foam support base to ensure patient stability and comfort
The waterproof, vapour permeable cover can be easily wiped clean or
laundered at 95ºC
Easy to use pump
Pump can operate Apollo 5 Overlay
- Apollo 4™ - https://apollo-ht.com.au/cushions-apollo-4/
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model base: base
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 114.5 kg
- Weight Overall 2 kg
- Height Overall 45 cm
- Depth Overall 10 cm
- Width Overall 45 cm
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