Carer Floor Bed

The prevention and management of falls is an important issue in maintaining the quality of life and independence for older people and is part of a person-centred care approach. The Carer Floor bed is a solution for falls management.

Product description


Exceptional low height of just 7.5cm - ideal for fall prone users

65cm top height (80cm 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 -12˚

Reverse tilt (head up) to +12˚

Individual braking castors

Integral bed extension of 11.5cm with mattress retainer

Patient handset with security lock-out feature

Vascular and fowler leg positioning

Uniquely styled head and foot board design enhancing patients’ visual field, reducing “enclosed  feeling” that some beds generate

Compatible with a variety of therapeutic support surfaces

User friendly design

The height, contouring and tilt functions are electrically operated via the simple to use, lockable handset.

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.

Profiling bed product data

Height Range 7.5cm to 65cm (without mattress)

Safe working load 180Kg (28 stone)

Maximum patient weight 150Kg (23 stone)

Tilt (head down/head up) -15° +15°

The Elite Mattress range and Squirrel dynamic mattress range are suitable for use with the Carer Floor bed.

For more information on our profiling beds visit our brochure downloads page, call us 01606 593 456 or email us and we’ll be happy to help.

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