Floore Bed - AHF
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Floore Bed

Technical specifications

Minimum height 230 mm
Maximum height 730 mm
Maximum slope-proclive adjustment 20°
Maximum backrest adjustment 70°
Bust succession translation 80 mm
Weight 100 kg
Maximum capacity 200 kg
Supply voltage 240 V – 50 Hz
Voltage in use 24 VCC
IP protection rating IP X4
Useful surface of sleeping 2000 x 900 mm
Electric class 1B

Manual command

All positions of care or comfort are available directly with the wired remote control, easy to use. Always accessible for the resident or nursing staff with flexible support. Easily disconnectable.

Front Panel

Remote control integrated into the panel, permanently accessible for the nursing staff.

Bedspring

A comfortable bed with a removable slatted frame or optional compact bed base.

Variable height

A low position to 23 cm for bed rest safely. A high position 73cm to care for the right back and avoid any risk of low back pain. An adaptable length with a sommier extension for tall people.

Maneuverability

4 wheels free rolled double roller for a braking and a displacement facilitated. Lateral displacement of the bed.

Lateral barrier

Always more safety and autonomy for the residents, comfort of use for the nursing staff, with our 2 concepts of barriers: barrier three-quarter or half-barrier.

Frame

A free frame underneath to allow the passage of a table to eat in bed or a patient lift

Positions

  • Low position

    23 cm to secure the patient

  • High position

    73 cm to carry out the care

  • Declive position

    to reposition the patient in bed in case of emergency

  • Fowler Position

    to relieve pressure points in case of prolonged bed rest

  • Armchair Position

    for the well-being of the patient through a change of compression points

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