Side Rail & Crib Bumpers

Protected from Accidental Injury

Patients are protected from accidental injury due to banging or slipping through a bed rail. The inner core is a fire-retardant high-compression polyurethane that is covered with an anti-microbial, fire-retardant vinyl cover, meeting California Technical Bulletin #117. Bumpers are sold in sets and attach to rail with Velcro closures..
Side Rail Bumper
ORDERING INFORMATION
Model BCM 211
Fire Retardant Bumper 11 x 70 x 1
Model BCM 211-2
Fire Retardant Bumper 11 x 70 x 2
Model BCM 215
Fire Retardant Bumper 15 x 60 x 1
Model BCM 215-2
Fire Retardant Bumper 15 x 60 x 2
Model BCM 216
Fire Retardant Bumper 11 x 30 x 2 for Hill Rom Style Beds
Model BCM 217
Fire Retardant Crib Bumper 26 x 50 x 8 x 2 (with ties)
Model BCM 218
Fire Retardant Crib Bumpers 32 x 68 x 8 x 2 (with ties)

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