APK2 Custom Wheelchair Cushion Features

A Unique Wheelchair Cushion for a Unique Person

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The Aquila Airpulse PK2 custom wheelchair cushion system has a variety of unique features.

APK2 Custom Wheelchair Cushion

Every APK2 cushion we build is tailored to the specific requirements of our clients. We have 20 years of experience in designing the most appropriate systems for difficult seating challenges.  Our cushions have produced remarkable healing results for clients with all stages of pressure sores including severe stage 4 sores.  The APK2 wheelchair cushion has even helped reduce recovery time for patients after muscle flap surgery! 

Infinitely more effective than static cushions and the easiest method for regular pressure relief, the Aquila cushion is the smart choice.

Airpule PK2 has been assigned HCPCS code E2609 for reimbursement from Medicare and other insurance.

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APK2 – Fully Customized Wheelchair Cushion

  • Aquila Airpulse PK2 cushion with controller and full back pad

    Aquila Airpulse PK2 cushion with controller and full back pad

  • Close up of the Airpulse PK2 Contoller

    Close up of the Airpulse PK2 Contoller

  • Aquila Cushion Cover

    Aquila Cushion Cover

  • Automatic alternating 60 times per hour
  • Full-time off-loading under an existing pressure sore, regardless of location, shape, or size of the sore
  • Three firmness adjustments
  • Soft, comfortable, and waterproof exterior that is easy to clean
  • No user weight or cushion size limitations
  • Contoured cushion top for maximum comfort and stability
  • Optional integrated moisture control unit fan
  • Unlimited customizing capabilities
  • Anti-microbial cover which can be machine washed and dried
  • 18 month cushion warranty
  • Automatic alerts for low pressure or low battery
  • 40 plus hour run time per charge
  • Smart battery with no memory effect so you can charge the battery anytime
  • Modular system options include remote control and lumbar/back pad
  • The Airpulse PK2 passed an 18 month simulated usage test from a national test lab

A Customizable Product That Works on Any Chair

The patented APK2 is a fully-automatic alternating pressure relief wheelchair cushion. The primary function of the APK2 is to help treat and prevent pressure sores (pressure ulcers) by providing the ideal healing conditions and performing automatic pressure relief. It can be used on manual wheelchairs, powerchairs, or regular sitting chairs.

Get back to living the life you want with the Aquila Airpulse PK2 wheelchair cushion system.

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  • Grateful Client

    2-14-19 By the time I heard about Aquila my son already had a stage 4 bed sore.  Until his scheduled surgery, the (Aquila) cushion we were able to obtain prevented the sore from getting worse.  After surgery it helped the sore to continue healing.  That was over 2 years ago.  Read More

  • Amazing Cushion

    8-27-18 My name is M.A, and I live in Miami Florida. On October 18th., 1999 when I was 56 years old, I suffered an accident while exercising at home, which left me quadriplegic, and in a wheelchair.   In recent years I have developed two pressure sores in my buttocks Read More

  • Great Customer Service

    8-6-18 You guys are always kind and courteous to both me and my wife, Rhonda.  She has difficulty speaking and you’re very patient with her.  We couldn’t ask for better customer service.   Thank you, God Bless You! Rick and Rhonda L. California

  • Thank You

    I was hoping to get in contact with Steve Kohlman and thank him for all his effort in getting me the Aquila cushion.  My skin integrity has improved greatly, the cooling fan in the unit is invaluable, and I really appreciate having it and the improved health it affords me.  Read More

  • The APK2 prevents sores after 5 surgeries from static cushion

    July 12, 2018 Dear sirs; We purchased the Airpulse PK2 cushion system in 2013 and it has been a remarkable blessing for my wife, Laura – no more pressure sores that required surgery. David R. NJ Note: At the time of ordering the APK2 cushion, the client indicated she had Read More

  • Acute Sitting Pain Reduction With Aquila Cushion

    The following testimonial is from a client that was suffering from severe pain at the ischials when sitting, and due to his condition, the pain was growing more acute over time.  They came to us to ask us if there was anything we could do to help his pain level.  Read More

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  • Dixie R.

    I am sending in the APK controller for maintenance after having been used steadily for 3 ½ years.  I have been told the pumps last about 3 years and if true it has done well. I have had 2 terribly deep pressure sores since 2009 and your cushion has made Read More

  • Dale Berven

    My sore was as large as a dime and a quarter inch deep and getting deeper and larger day by day. It was at this point, Stage I or II when we went to the doctor. He prescribed immediate and total bed rest until healed. That’s when we discovered your Read More

  • Harvey

    Things are going OK. Branden is doing very good. In fact, he just got back from a trip to Las Vegas with his mom. He had a great time and things went very well. He just got it in his head he wanted to go and he saved his money and off they went. Read More

  • Lee Chamberlain – Maplewood, NJ

    This is the only cushion that has eliminated the pain in my left ischial. From constant pain to zero pain – instantly! I got the Aquila cushion about three years ago. I had a developing bed sore on my left ischial, and for years I tried all the cushions on Read More

  • The APK2 prevents sores after 5 surgeries from static cushion

    July 12, 2018 Dear sirs; We purchased the Airpulse PK2 cushion system in 2013 and it has been a remarkable blessing for my wife, Laura – no more pressure sores that required surgery. David R. NJ Note: At the time of ordering the APK2 cushion, the client indicated she had Read More

  • Harvey Fields – Kansas

    My son Brandon began to have to use a wheelchair about 4 years ago to get around. The last 8 weeks of 2012 were spent in a hospital bed recovering from surgeries due to medical conditions from an ill-fitting chair cushion. At the recommendation of his doctor we were introduced Read More