Carer M Profiling Bed

The Carer low bed has been designed using 4 years of research on anthropometric data based on the Adult Social Care Survey 2009-2012. Over 227,000 people were surveyed looking at their age, gender, height, weight and mobility. The findings from the survey showed:

Product description

The Carer M community profiling bed has a low height of 195cm and is designed to help in the prevention of falls and injuries to clients. The simple to use variable height allows greater independent movement and transfers.

A unique approach

The Carer M profiling bed has been designed using 4 years’ of research on anthropometric data based on the Adult Social Care Survey 2009-2012. Over 227,000 people were surveyed looking at their age, gender, height, weight and mobility.

The findings from the survey showed:

• 175cm average height
• 80kg average weight
• Over 75% are over 64 years old
• 65% female
• 90% either cannot or have difficulty getting out of bed

By using this data we have been able to design a quality profiling bed which offers exceptional comfort and support to all users.

• IEC 60601-2-52 compliant

• 4 Section electric profiling bed

• Exceptional low height of just 19.5cm

– ideal for use with falls risk users

• 60cm top height (75cm with mattress)

– ideal height for delivering care

• Bed separates into 4 sections for easy􀀁

transportation, assembly and installation􀀁

by a single person

• Enhanced profiling system for improved􀀁

patient positioning with reduced shear􀀁

and friction

• Tilt (head down) to -10.5°

• Reverse tilt (head up) to +10.5°

• Ø100mm individual braking castors

• Integral bed extension of 11.5cm with􀀁

mattress retainer

• Integral storage and transportation

unit – transport brackets are stored􀀁within􀀁

the bed frame

• Patient handset with security lock-out feature

• Vascular and fowler leg positioning

• Emergency lowering facility

• Compatible with a variety of therputic support surfaces.

Enhanced comfort and support

• Enhanced shear and friction reduction
• Excellent postural support
• Better respiratory positioning
• Exceptional comfort

Dementia friendly profiling bed

• Appearance is in harmony with a domestic setting
• Uniquely styled head and footboard design, enhancing patients’ visual field, reducing the “enclosed feeling” that some beds generate
• Rounded corners for safety
• Appropriate height to prevent injury from falls
• Stable four-point design as dementia users tend to use the bed as a mobility aid

User-friendly design

• 1 person assembly
• No tools required for assembly

Infection Control

• Open bed design allows easy cleaning
• Powder coated frame is smooth and easy to wipe clean.

Easy maintenance

• Plug and play maintenance, all controls are easily accessible.
• Head and foot panels are removable by one person and easily replaced.
• Interchangeable head boards – various colour options are available.

Moving and Handling

• Moulded hand grips for safe and secure manoeuvring of the bed.
• Comfortable hand grips also act as a protective feature for the bed against walls and furniture.


• 100mm castors for easy transportation
• Lightweight design
• Individual sections are less than 20kg for safety when assembling

Product Data

Safe working load 210Kg (28 stone)
Maximum patient weight 180Kg (33 stone)
Tilt (head down) -10.5°

The Noodles and Elite static mattress ranges, and Renray Healthcare dynamic mattress range are suitable for use with the Carer community profiling bed.

For more information on profiling beds we have to offer, call 01606 593 456, fill in the online enquiry form, or email [email protected] and we’ll be happy to help. 


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