The Skil-Care Psychiatric Mattress is designed specifically for use in psychiatric care facilities or psychiatric hospitals. It has a grid of individually adjusting foam sections that help conform more intuitively to the body, creating a comfortable and supportive experience even during extended use. The firm high-density foam base and the ultra-soft heel cushioning section both add to the comfort during long periods of use. With the sturdy base layer, you can rest assured that the mattress will last a long time as well.
Since this is a psychiatric mattress it was built with both comfort and safety in mind. This mattress has a very sturdy, rip-resistant, and waterproof cover. The cover is designed to be a security cover and as such is completely enclosed with high strength stitching and does not have a zipper of any kind. These are all important features that ensure that the mattress is suitable for use in the psychiatric care community.
The Low Shear III Mattress Cover is an optional addition which can be ordered with any Skil-Care mattress. It has 4 way stretching capability and is fluid-proof while still being breathable, allowing for ventilation and cooling. It is easy to spot clean, which is a must for many care facilities, and protects sensitive skin against uncomfortable friction. Another optional feature is the Perimeter Guard, a barrier that raises two inches above the mattress that helps to prevent the user from rolling out or otherwise injuring themselves. The guard has a cutout in the middle that allows for easy access for caregivers and easier entry and exit by the user.
- Additional Information
- Unique PaddingGrid of 400 "Support Pods"
- Optional AdditionsOptional Perimeter Guard
- Padding SectionsHeel Specific Padding Area
- LayersHigh Density Foam Base Layer, Softer Foam Grid Layer
- Weight Capacity500 lbs
- Mattress Sizes
Height: 76", Width: 36", Depth: 6"
Height: 80", Width: 36", Depth: 6"
Height: 84", Width: 36", Depth: 6"
- General Warranty7-year
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