Supreme Air™ Mattress System- Model 9600

Alternating Pressure Mattress System with Low Air Loss

The Supreme Air™ Alternating Pressure Mattress with Low Air Loss combines the most advanced technology and clinically effective features in a portable system. The mattress utilizes 16 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 Supreme Air™ ideal for institutional use and the home bound patient. Cover is loose fitting and will conform to the patient. The mattress was designed to fit all standard hospital beds. Supreme Air™ alternating pressure mattress supports patients weighing up to 350 lbs. Supreme Air™ meets California Technical Bulletin #117 for fire retardancy. An optional fire barrier is available to meet the most stringent fire safety requirements when requested. Alternating Pressure Mattress with Low Air Loss - Supreme Air™ Mattress System- Model 9600
Low Air Loss Mattress Supreme Air™ Mattress System- Model 9600 Supreme Air™ Alternating Pressure Mattress with Side Rail Safety System- Model 9600-SRS
Bladders: Ventilated low air loss mattress bladders include 40 air holes in sacral and torso areas to help minimize skin maceration by reducing excess moisture under patient. Ventilated bladders help in the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Air cells are constructed of laminated medical grade nylon and (TPU) thermal polyurethane fabrics. This combination ensures strength, durability and patient comfort. Supreme has a static air base which helps to prevent bottoming out during a power outage or the accidental disconnection of hoses. Optional 4 bladder heel section provides advanced dynamic therapy specific to the prevention and treatment of heel ulcers.
Shown with optional 9600-SRS
Foam Side Rail Safety System
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. Cover is loose fitting and will conform to the patient.
CPR Valve: CPR Valve quickly deflates mattress system for medical emergencies. A simple twist releases the air immediately. This multi-purpose CPR Valve can be used to inflate or deflate the mattress with our optional blower pump.
Alternating Pressure Mattress Pump Supreme Air Model 9601 PUMP CONTROL UNIT FEATURES:
Control Unit includes two modes of operation:

  • Alternating
    Alternating pressure provides the therapeutic
    benefit of reactive hyperemia and redistributes pressure well below 32mmHg.
  • Static
    Static mode provides gentle low air loss with constant pressure redistribution and support. This allows nursing to perform patient care. Fall Back Mode prevents system from being left in the static mode.

Control dial adjusts mattress from soft to firm for patient comfort.

Low Pressure Alert and Auto Alarm System offers dual protection to notify caregiver in case of power outages or accidental disconnection of hoses.

Variable Cycle Time 10, 15 & 20 Minutes.

Alternating Air Mattress Supreme Air Digital Pump
Optional Digital Pump
secure control unit to fit all makes of hospital beds.Easy access filter
reduces damaging dust particles for maintenance free use.
PUMP CONTROL UNIT FEATURES Transport locking device ensures
mattress remains inflated during a power outage or for patient transport. Reinforced hoses prevent air restriction due
to kinking.
PUMP CONTROL UNIT FEATURES The optional blower pump can inflate or deflate the mattress through the multi-purpose CPR valve in under four minutes. This reduces waiting time for
therapeutic treatment to begin.
MODEL 9600
Supreme Air ™ – Alternating Pressure Mattress only
35″ x 80″ x 8″
18 lbs.
Air Cells:
18 – 8″ sacs
15 Alternating pressure cells
3 Static cells in the head section
10 Ventilated Low air loss cells
Static Air Base
Heel Section:
4 Bladder Alternating Pressure heel section
Mattress Cover:
Vyvex-III™ – Urethane coated, multi-stretch, low shear, moisture/vapor permeable quilted cover. Removable zippered cover, is anti-microbial and meets California Technical Bulletin #117 for fire-retardancy. Adjustable anchor straps secures mattress to bed frame.
MODEL 9601
Supreme Air ™ – Pump only
12.5″L x 9″W x 4.5″H
7 lbs.
120V 60 hz
UL® 544 Medical Equipment
Variable Cycle Time:
10, 15 & 20 Minutes
Air Flow:
6.5 – 9.5 Liters per minute
Current Usage:
less than 100 micro amps
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 9600
Mattress and Pump Control unit
Model 9600-SRS
Mattress Side Rail System & Pump Control Unit
Model 9601
Pump Control Unit
Model 9601-DP
Pump Control Unit
Model 9620
Mattress only
Model 9622
Carry Bag with Strap
Model 9623
Electric Inflator & Deflator
Model 9624
Replacement 8″ Low Air Loss Bladders
Model 9625
Replacement 8″ Cell Bladders
Model 9626
Replacement Zippered Cover
Model 9626-SRS
Replacement Cover with SRS Side Rail System
Medicare Code EO277
Supreme Air™ meets Group 2 Support Surface requirements for Medicare EO277. Patient must meet all medical criteria to qualify for reimbursement.

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