Gel Pro™ Bariatric Overlay

Gel Pro™ Bariatric Gel Mattress Overlay – Model 6103-GLFLX

Therapeutic Medical Mattress Overlay

The Gel-Pro™ bariatric gel mattress overlay offers maximum protection to guard against the incidence of pressure sores. Gel-Pro™ therapeutic bariatric medical mattress overlays incorporate the best features and benefits of gel and foam. Our Gel Flex™ Channel core is constructed of a soft semi-solid gel in the “channels” between our resilient foam “hexon springs’. Gel-Flex Channel provides optimum pressure redistribution,  proper support, and extraordinary comfort for bariatric patients. The Vyvex-I™ top cover is a soft non-shear nylon material that helps to reduce heat and moisture build-up. The bottom cover is a durable medical-grade vinyl. Both materials are fluid and stain-resistant, anti-microbial, and fire retardant. Available in sizes 35”, 42”, 48” full, queen, and custom sizes and thicknesses. Overlays can be manufactured to meet Federal Flammability Standard 16 CFR 1633 when specified. The 35″ overlay supports up to 350 lbs.  Custom sizes to support up to 1000 lbs. Please specify patient’s weight. bariatric gel mattress ovelay
Model 6103-GLFLX
35″ W x 76″ L x 4″ H
Model 6103-80-GLFLX
35″ W x 80″ L x 4″ H
Model 6103-42BAR-GLFLX
42″ W x 80″ L x 4″ H
Model 6103-48BAR-GLFLX
48″ W x 80″ L x 4″ H
Model 6103F-GLFLX
54″ W x 76″ L x 4″ H
Model 6103Q-GLFLX
60″ W x 80″ L x 4″ H
Custom sizes and thicknesses are available
Medicare Code EO185

Air Pro™ Alternating Pressure Pad

Bariatric Alternating Pressure Pad & Pump Mattress Overlay Systems

The Air-Pro™ Model 4430 Bariatric Alternating Pressure Pad and Pump mattress overlay, APP. The Air-Pro™ Series Alternating Pump and Overlay Mattress Systems include a foldaway bed hanger bracket. This feature keeps the pump off the floor and reduces any accidental damage. Our easy-access filter located on the bottom of the pump reduces any chance of dust particles from entering the pump compressor motor. We include a heavy-duty double-bubble style low-air loss pad available with or without head and foot tuck under flaps. Air-Pro™ Series – Alternating Pressure Pad Mattress OverlayMaterial: Medical grade PVC with Anti-microbial, fire-retardant treatments.Design: Bubble Style with more touchpoints for effective weight distribution.

The Air Pro™ Multi – Model 4830 features a low air loss double-bubble style pad to support patients up to 350 lbs.

Air Pro® Series Alternating Pressure Pad & Pump Mattress Overlay System

Shown 4430 Pad with Head & Foot Flaps

Model 4430 Air Pro™ Elite Kit Shown
Air-Pro™ Plus Pump Model 4401-S
4400 Air Pro Elite Kit
All Kits contain a pump, mattress pad
hose and patch kit.
Air Pro Elite Alternating Air Pump
MODEL 4830
Air Pro™ Pad Multi
35″ x 79″ x 3.75 “
End Flaps :
36 Lasered holes
Heavy Duty:
Patient Weight :
Air-Pro™ Elite – Pump only For Model 4830
10L” x 5W” x 4H”
5 lbs.
110V 60 hz
UL® 544 Medical Equipment
Cycle Time:
10 Minutes
Air Flow:
8.5 Liters per minute
Power Cord:
12 ft. cord
All models available in 220 – 240V: 50 – 60 Hz
Model 4430
System – 4401S Pump w/4830 Overlay Pad, supports 350lbs.
Model 4401S
Pump only for Model 4830
Model 4830
Air Pro™ Pad Multi
Medicare Code EO181
1 Year limited
6 Months limited

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