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Important info about the vacuum mattress

Pros and cons


Safe working load


  • Communication with the patient is easier as the ears are free
  • The vacuum mattress has arm supports. This prevents the arms from dangling out of the mattress.
  • Because the patient’s arms are free, it is easier to administer medication intravenously during transport.
  • The position of the restraint straps prevents touching intimate body parts (around the breasts and crotch)
  • The handles are removable, so they are easy to clean or replace individually, e.g., due to damage
  • It is not possible to drag the vacuum mattress on the ground like an evacuation mattress.
  • The load capacity is limited to 150 kg.

A vacuum mattress is a medical device to immobilise, stabilise, and/or evacuate patients. Vacuum mattress Prime is packed with innovations not yet applied to vacuum mattresses. Think of the arm supports that prevent arms from dangling out of the vacuum mattress. Communication with the patient is also much easier, as the ears are not covered. Find out more about the vacuum mattress here.

Max. 150 kg

212×109/72 cm

Vacuum mattress with extra armrests

It is not always possible to immobilise the patient’s arms on the mattress. For example, because the patient is too wide. You don’t want the arms then dangling around on the outside. Thanks to the innovative arm supports, you can fix the arms close to the mattress.

This also gives you the freedom to administer an infusion to the patient.

No touching of intimate areas

The clips of the fixation straps are on the side of the vacuum mattress. As a result, you never work around intimate zones when closing and opening the fixation straps.

The ears are free. Always.

Quite a relief for the patient as this improves communication between caregiver and patient. This can also reduce patient anxiety because they always hear what is happening.

Manual or machine vacuum drawing

Thanks to the so-called fingertip valve, you can vacuum the vacuum mattress mechanically. This can be done using a so-called ‘suction device’. The mattress is fully vacuumed in about 60 seconds. Prefer it by hand? A hand pump is available separately.


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  • Model name

    Vacuum mattress – Prime

  • Cleaning

    After use, clean the vacuum mattress according to the care instructions and general hygiene standards. Cleaning should be carried out within an hour of use at the latest. Do not use fixatives or hot water (higher than 40 degrees) when cleaning, as both can adversely affect the material.

    When choosing cleaning agents and disinfectants, make sure that the following items are not used:

    • Organic, mineral and oxidising acids
    • Oxidising agents, e.g. hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)
    • Strong bases, maximum permissible pH value 8.3

    A neutral/slightly alkaline cleaner is recommended, with a minimum permissible pH value of 7.0.


    • Contact with undiluted acids, alkalis, ethyl alcohol and
    • Contact with trichloroethane, potassium permanganate, nitrobenzene and other

    organic solvents

    • Contact with plasticisers
    • Contact with sharp/pointed objects

    Cleaning (manual preparation)

    The use of hard brushes, metal brushes, steel wool and other abrasives should be avoided to protect the surfaces. Also, avoid excessive force.

    Remove all visible dirt with a suitable brush (non-metallic) under running water, not hotter than 40°C, especially for dents, cavities, corners, etc.

    To clean, completely clean the holder with water and/or mild soapy water and wipe with a soft, lint-free cloth.

    If there is still visible dirt on the product, repeat the cleaning process.

    Disinfection (manual preparation)

    Observe the manufacturer’s instructions and the safety data sheet. There must be no deviation from the concentrations, application times and any specifications for rinsing, etc., given by the manufacturer.

    Drying. Active drying is not necessary after regular disinfection.

    Final check/test

    After each cleaning/disinfection, the product must be cleaned everywhere (including all cavities, cavities, corners and edges), i.e. free from visible residues and other dirt. In case of residual contamination, the entire cleaning and disinfection process should be repeated.

  • Directives

    Produced in accordance with European regulations:

    The product is classified in Class 1 according to Regulation MDR 2017/745 / EU.

    DIN EN 1865 & DIN EN 1789

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