Q-Care Integra 1 & 2

Q-Care Integra 1 & 2

Q-Care Integra 1 & 2

A contoured, multi-layered cushion range giving excellent posture and lateral control by way of fixed adduction, abduction and extended hip guides. Offered in a choice of foams for different levels of protection (Q-Care Integra 1 – low/ medium, Q-Care Integra 2 – medium/high) to suit your clients needs.

Sizes:    Up to 18” x 18”. All cushions are 2” in thickness in the seat well. Larger sizes available POA.

Cover:    Supplied as standard with a vapour permeable cover with integrated non slip base, with towelling material as an option. Inner vapour permeable liner included as standard. All relevant cleaning, safety, technical and installation information printed on rear of cover.

Foam Insert:    Laminated in construction, the base layer is CM65, a load bearing foam. The seat well is RX39 (Q-Care Integra 1) or Sunmate memory foam (Q-Care Integra 2). A dense side support foam is used for increased lateral control, and both models
are finished with a layer of RX39 for added comfort.

Risk Category*:
Q-Care Integra 1: Low/medium–comfort with posture control
Q-Care Integra 2: Medium/high–comfort with posture control

Weight Guide†:
For maximum comfort, durability and performance the weight guide on a 17”x17” is: Q-Care Integra 1: 16 Stone (102kg) / Q-Care Integra 2: 18 Stone (114kg).
The addition of a 1” crescent base increases the load bearing by 30%.

Support Pressure:
Q-Care Integra 1: 1 1/3 lbs per square inch at 50% compression or deflection
Q-Care Integra 2: 1 ½ lbs per square inch at 50% compression or deflection

Linear Load Limit:
Q-Care Integra 1: 29 stone (184kg) on a typical 17”x17” cushion
Q-Care Integra 2: 31 stone (197kg) on a typical 17”x17” cushion

* Risk categories are given as a guide and rely on your judgement and experience.
† Weight Guides are a general indication of an ideal user weight to give optimum durability, comfort and performance; it is not a definitive or maximum value.
(This product has been tested to 325lb (146kg) without failure).

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