Hydraulically Operated Hi / Low Position
Tilting Back Function (Manually Operated with Gas Assistance)
Leg Raise Function (Manually Operated with Gas Assistance)
Strong Collapsible Side Rails
Removable Head & Foot Boards
IV Pole with 4 Mounting Points
4 Independent 125mm Castors, 2 x Braked
Heavy Duty Bumper Wheels
Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Fungal Mattress with Boards additionally Waterproof
2. Lower the bed by gently pressing the right pedal.
- Manually raise or lower the patient’s torso by simultaneously pulling on the head end handle and activating the gas assist lever closest to the head end of the bed.
- Release the activation lever to secure the patient in the required position. Ensure that you provide support to the patient by holding the back rest handle as the section lowers.
- The activation lever is accessible from either side of the bed.
- Larger patients will require more force, and assistance can be provided from both sides of the bed.
Important: Ensure that the side rail is lowered before engaging the leg raise mechanism.
a. Upper Leg Positioning Options
Pull up on the middle handle and activation lever (frontend side). This will raise the patient's upper leg. Releasing the activation lever will stop movement and maintain the desired position.
b. Lower Leg Settings
Lift the middle handle located at the foot of the bed until the first locking position is obtained. You should hear an audible "click". Continue lifting slowly to locate the next locking position to maintain the desired lower leg height.
Important: The Lower Leg Section needs to released and lowered before lowering the Upper Leg Section.
Lift the Lower Leg handle slightly to disengage the mechanism and lower the section carefully.
The Upper Leg Section is lowered by pulling the Handle and Activation Lever simultaneously.
Pulling the Pin Handle will release the rail and automatically lock once fully extended or folded again.
Important: The side rails should not be used to move or manouver the bed. The head and foot frames should be used to move the bed.
The Head and Foot Boards are both secured in place with two locking knobs.
Once loosened, the Head and Foot Sections can be removed and freely replaced.
#smart-idea - Removing the head or foot board offers easier, unrestricted access to the patient.
Engage the brake by pushing down on the brake lever with your foot. The brake can be similarly released using your foot, while holding the bed securely in place.
The castor brakes should be engaged and locked as soon as the bed is in a stationery position again.
Ensure that sections align with the head and foot sections of the bed.
The mattress is multi-surfaced and can be used on any side.
Important: The linen rack has not been designed to hold heavy weight and should not be used as a chair as it will buckle if excess weight is placed on it. The linen rack is intended for bed linen, blankets and pillow storage only.
It is important to always keep your patients’, as well as your personal safety in mind when operating the bed.
The bed contains moving parts which can become entangled in clothing, or even your hands and feet, so please ensure that you are vigilant when operating the bed.
Always lock the wheel brakes when the bed is stationary. The wheels lock diagonally, so ensure that both ends are locked for complete bed stability.
Pay attention to your surroundings when operating the bed. The bed will function optimally on a clean flat surface.
Do not attempt to alter settings within the mechanism housing. The housing can be accessed for general maintenance and servicing only. Please contact us directly should the bed malfunction in any way and do not attempt to repair the problem yourself.
Wipe the bed down using a clean damp cloth and detergent.
The head, foot, mattress base and mechanism housing are constructed from certified anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, waterproof hygiene board. These areas can also be cleaned using a clean damp cloth and general cleaning detergent.
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