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Northern Serenity - Very High Risk Foam Cushion

Northern Serenity - Very High Risk Foam Cushion

Excl. VAT: £49.99 Incl. VAT: £59.99

(In stock)

Northern Serenity - Very High Risk Foam Cushion

Quick Overview

The Northern Serenity is a castellated foam cushion designed to provide comfort for high risk patients.

Product Code : NOR-030-0014A

Availability: In stock

Excl. VAT: £49.99 Incl. VAT: £59.99

Details

The Northern Serenity is made from a high quality castellated combustion ether modified foam CEM, its large castellation's taking into accounts the penetrative ischial tuberosity's (bones within the bottom) and the impact of the direct seating position, thus achieving total weight redistribution.
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Multi-stretch, vapour permeable cover material – Aids infection control •Fully High Frequency welded product – Prevents fluid ingress •Fire retardent – Fully complies with British Standards •Visco Elastic and CEM foam design combination – Ensures total comfort is achieved whilst delivering excellent pressure re-distribution •UK Manufactured product – Provides total confidence to user via exceptional quality and workmanship •Clinically proven – Giving peace of mind to nursing staff and patients alike •Risk Factor – High Risk •Fatigue Class – Severe •Maximum Patient Weight – 24 stone or 152 kgs •Standard Cushion Dimensions – 43cm x 43cm x 7.5cm as standard or 10cm depths as special items. Various sizes also available upon request. •Cushion Weight – Less than 1 kg •Foam Density Range – Visco Foam 55 – 60 kg / m³ •Nominal Hardness Range Visco Foam Top Soft & Medium CME Blue Base 185 – 210N •Cushion Cover Coating – 200 – 230g •Cushion Colour – Purple Top / Blue Non-slip Base •Fire Retardancy Standards – BS7176 •Warranty – 2 years