Geri Gel Recliner Overlay


Geri-Gel Bariatric Recliner Overlay- Model BCGG6000BAR Gel Overlay Recliner Cushion

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Patient comfort and pressure redistribution is achieved for individuals who sit for extended periods of time during the day. Fits most standard recliners. Special sizes available for use in Dialysis and Chemotherapy recliners. Ideal for home-style lift chairs. The three section overlay is constructed with an aqueous, highly viscous gel that is encapsulated in a high-density foam shell. The overlay is covered with Vyvex-III™ Stretch Cover and a non-skid Bottom. An adjustable safety strap secures the overlay for added safety. Cover material is anti-microbial and fire-retardant. Custom sizes available.

Can Be Manufactured to Support 800 lbs.
19″ Geri-Gel Bariatric Overlay – Supports up to 450 lbs
19″ x 70″ x 4″
Gel-Flex™ Solid Gel incorporated into a Hexon™ center section
High Density Med-Flex™ VPF™
Top Cover:
Vyvex-III™ 4 way stretch knit Urethane, low shear, fluid proof, stain proof
Bottom Cover:
Non-Skid tri-Laminate Vinyl
29″ Geri-Gel Bariatric Overlay – Supports up to 800 lbs
Model BCGG6000BAR-29
29″ x 70″ x 4″
Custom sizes available. Please state the patient’s weight when ordering
18 month limited

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