Apollo 3-Port™ Alternating Pressure Mattress – Model 4600

Alternating Air Pressure Mattress System with Low Air Loss

The Apollo 3-Port™ Alternating Pressure Mattress System with Low Air Loss incorporates the features that clinicians demand for their patients in a portable system. The mattress utilizes 18 independent 8″ deep air cells to provide pressure redistribution for the prevention and treatment of Stages I-IV pressure ulcers. User-friendly controls and ease of setup make Apollo 3-Port™ ideal for institutional use and the home-bound patient. The pressure redistribution mattress is designed to fit all standard hospital beds. Apollo 3-Port™ support patient weights up to 350 lbs. Apollo 3-Port™ meets California Technical Bulletin #117 for fire retardancy. An optional fire barrier is available to meet the most stringent fire safety requirements when requested.
apollo 3 port alternating air mattress
Ventilated Low Air Loss Bladders Apollo 3-Port™- Model 4600
Bladders: Ventilated low air loss bladders include 40 air holes in sacral and torso areas to help minimize skin maceration by reducing excess moisture under the patient. Ventilated bladders assist with the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Air cells are constructed of (TPU) thermal polyurethane, laminated to medical-grade nylon. Dual bladder design prevents patients from bottoming out while sitting up and will maintain air during power outages. Four bladder heel section provides advanced dynamic therapy specific to the prevention and treatment of heel ulcers.
optional side rail safety system CPR Valve: CPR Valve quickly deflates the mattress system for medical emergencies.
Cover: Vyvex-III™ multi-directional stretch fabric transfers moisture away from the patient’s skin. The cover is low shear, washable, anti-microbial, fluid-resistant, and fire retardant. The cover is loose fitting and will conform to the patient.
Side Rail System for Patient Safety: Shown with optional SRS, Side Rail System.
apollo 3 port digital pumppump hanger Pump Control Unit Features Unique 3-Port design provides continuous airflow to the 3″ static air base of the mattress.

  • Alternating mode offers the benefit of alternating pressure therapy and reactive hyperemia. This helps to redistribute pressure well below 32mmHg.
  • Variable Cycle Time 10, 15 & 20 minutes
  • Control dial adjusts the mattress from soft to firm for patient comfort.
  • Normal Pressure Alert indicates that the system is operating correctly.
  • Low Pressure Alert indicates that output needs to be increased for heavier patients or accidental
    disconnection of hoses.

Adjustable Pump comes with adjustable hanger brackets to secure unit to bed. fits all makes of hospital beds.


Deluxe adjustable hanger brackets
Spring-loaded hanger bracket secures control unit to fit all makes of hospital beds. Easy access filter
reduces damaging dust particles for maintenance-free use.

Apollo 3-Port™ Mattress System- Model 4600 optional inflator deflator The optional blower pump Optional pump is available to quickly inflate and deflate the mattress through the CPR valve in under 4 minutes.
MODEL 4600
Apollo 3 Port –  Alternating Pressure Mattress with low air loss and Pump
35″ x 80″ x 8 “
18 lbs.
Air Cells:
18 – 8 ” sacs
15 Alternating cells
3 Static cells in the head section
10 Ventilated cells Low Air Loss Bladders with 40 low air loss holes
Heel Protection:
Four Specialized Alternating Pressure Heel Protection Bladders
Mattress Cover:
Vyvex-III™ – removable zippered, low shear,moisture resistant / vapor permeable cover. Removable zippered cover, is anti-microbial and meets California Technical
Bulletin #117 for fire-retardancy.
Adjustable anchor straps secure the mattress to the bed frame.
MODEL 4610
Apollo 3 Port – Pump only
10.75″L x 7.5″W x 3.5″H
6.8 lbs.
120V 60 hz
UL® 544 Medical Equipment
Variable Cycle Time:
10, 15 & 20 Minutes
Air Flow:
7.5 Liters per minute
Current Usage:
less than 100 microamps
Ground Resistance:
0.1 ohms maximum
Power Cord:
12 ft. cord
ABS fire retardant UL 94V-0
1 Year limited
1 year limited
6 months limited
Model 4600
Mattress and Pump Control unit
Model 4600-SRS
Mattress and Pump Control unit with Side Rail System
Model 4610
Pump Control Unit
Model 4620
Mattress only
Model 4622
Carry Bag with Strap
Model 9623
Electric Inflator & Deflator
Model 4624
Replacement 8″ Ventilated Bladders
Model 4625
Replacement 8″ Cell Bladders
Model 4626
Replacement Zippered Cover
Model 4626-SRS
Replacement SRS Safety Rail System
Medicare Code EO277
Apollo 3-Port™ meets Group 2 Support Surfaces requirements for Medicare EO277.
The patient must meet all medical criteria to qualify for reimbursement.

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