Air Wheelchair Cushion – Self Adjusting – GRZ™

The GRZ™ is dynamic self adjusting air bladder system consisting of 3 individual air cell chambers which redistribute pressure and adjust to body weight and position. The GRZ™ self adjusting air wheelchair cushionis ideal for patients with moderate to high risk of skin breakdown who require significant postural support. The GRZ™ allows the therapist to offer correct posture, proper alignment and trunk stability as well as adjustments for pelvic obliquities. The GRZ™ provides the pressure redistributing qualities and comfort of an air wheelchair cushion without the requirement for pump or adjustments. Adjustable strap secures cushion to wheelchair for patient safety.

Supports 300 lbs.
Self adjusting air wheelchair cushion Model GRZ-WC
Model GRZ-WC Adjustable Valve GRZ self adjusting air wheelchair cushion Shown in Cover
Adjustable Valve
Shown in Cover


GRZ™   Self Adjusting Cushion
17″ x 17″ x 4″
3 Independent Air Chambers
Top Cover:
Vyvex-III™  Four-Way stretch knit urethane, Low shear, fluid & stain proof, incontinent


GRZ Self Adjusting Air Wheelchair Cushion

Model GRZ-WC- 1616
16″ x 16″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-1717
17″ x 17″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-1816
18″ x 16″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-2016
20″ x 16″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-2216
22″ x 16″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-2416
24″ x 16″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-1818
18″ x 18″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-2018
20″ x 18″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-2218
22″ x 18″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-2418
24″ x 18″ x 4″
Model GRZ-WC-2020
20″ x 20″ x 4″
Medicare Code E2622
22″ or Less
Medicare Code E2623
Greater than 22″
18 month limited

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