The Invacare Soft Tilt is a unique and innovative system designed to automatically reposition individuals, as well as supporting care givers with daily moving and handling procedures. The Soft Tilt can be easily installed on to the Invacare SB® 755 mattress platform.
The Invacare Soft Tilt is a unique and innovative system designed to automatically reposition individuals, as well as supporting care givers with daily moving and handling procedures.
The Soft Tilt can be programmed to automatically turn individuals at various intervals and angles throughout the night; relieving pressure and preventing the development of pressure ulcers. When operating automatically, the wings will never elevate higher than 30° to ensure optimal safety and comfort whilst the individual is sleeping.
The Soft Tilt can be operated manually by a care giver, making it ideal for moving and handling within single care giver working environments. The easy to use hand control allows the care giver to elevate the wings to up to 60°, giving full access for sling application, glide sheets and personal care. Furthermore, when used in conjunction with profiling movements, the Soft Tilt allows the care giver to safely transfer the individual in and out of bed with minimal effort.
Thanks to the silent, gentle and automated movements of the Soft Tilt, individuals can enjoy a more peaceful, undisturbed sleep. Moreover, care givers benefit from a more comfortable working environment and avoid the risk of back injury, normally caused when moving and handling.
Max. angle in manual mode: 60º
Max angle un automated mode: 30º
Time values in automated mode: 0 - 180 minutes
Max. user weight: 165 kg (SWL 185 kg)
Heaviest part of the product: 15 kg
Cover washable: 80º
NB. The bed must not be used by individuals under 12 years of age, or by individuals with a body size equivalent to an average 12 year old or smaller.Soft Tilt can only be used in combination with SB 755.Complies with IEC 60601-2-52
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