SofTech Custom Wheelchair Cushion

Custom Built To Both Heal And Prevent Pressure Sores While You Sit

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The Aquila SofTech Cushion helps heal and prevent pressure injuries.

SofTech Custom Wheelchair Cushion

Retail cost $4300

The SofTech Wheelchair Cushion is in a class by itself.  With completely new state of the art electronics and auto-start/stop, the best just got better.

Like the Airpulse PK2, the SofTech wheelchair cushion is custom made and specifically designed to treat and prevent pressure sores by automatically changing pressure distribution.  The SofTech cushion also provides full time offloading where you need it, such as under an existing pressure sore or area of sensitivity.

The benefits of the SofTech wheelchair cushion are similar to doing a pressure lift but without requiring effort from the end-user.  Circulation is actively stimulated every 60 seconds which is instrumental in preventing pressure sores.

The SofTech customization is the same as the APK2 , including  full-time offloading under any existing pressure ulcers no matter the size or location.

The SofTech goes a step beyond our APK2 wheelchair cushion system in that the SofTech is a completely self-contained system with the electronics, battery and pump built right into the cushion rather than in a separate controller.  The SofTech also utilizes auto-start/stop technology.  The SofTech wheelchair cushion will start automatically when weight is applied to the surface of the cushion.  When weight is removed from the surface of the cushion, the SofTech will automatically turn off.  The best truly just got better.

We guarantee our custom wheelchair cushions to be the most effective cushions on the market in terms of stimulating circulation while offloading under existing pressure injuries.  We also have the most clinical evidence of any cushion on the market.

The SofTech has been assigned HCPCS code E2609 for reimbursement from Medicare and other insurance.

Learn About Medicare Reimbursement for Wheelchair Cushions

SofTech – A Combination of Technology, Comfort and Convenience

  • Aquila SofTech Wheelchair Cushion

    Aquila SofTech Wheelchair Cushion

    Shown with regular cover and additional incontinent cover
  • All electronics for the SofTech are contained inside the wheelchair cushion.  (Electronics cannot be felt when sitting on the cushion, and do not interfere with operation.)
  • SofTech is now equipped with auto-start/stop technology
  • Firmness setting adjustor and re-charger port on cushion side
  • No exposed hoses to get caught or damaged
  • Entire system weighs about 5 pounds
  • SofTech exterior surface is waterproof coated foam
  • Internal air bladders automatically inflate and deflate in two groups changing pressure distribution and stimulating circulation
  • Anti-microbial wheelchair cushion cover
  • 18 month warranty 

A Product That Bends the Boundaries

We are proud to say that Mobility Management Magazine featured the SofTech wheelchair cushion in a recent article – “Aquila’s SofTech: It’s What’s Inside that Counts“. They praised our new cushion saying that the Aquila SofTech wheelchair cushion is:

“…a product that bends the boundaries of what you might expect from high-end custom seating for your most at-risk wheelchair clients.”

Read Article About SofTech Here
Young man that uses the Aquila SofTech custom wheelchair cushion system.

Compare Wheelchair Cushions and See the Difference Movement Makes

Watch the video and see the difference between an Aquila alternating wheelchair cushion and a static air flotation cushion

In the video the pressure map on the left is the Aquila alternating wheelchair cushion and the one on the right is a Roho static cushion.  See the difference between changing pressure points versus constant pressure.  Remember, constant pressure is the number one cause of pressure sores.

Which wheelchair cushion do you think is better for your skin and tissue?  Call Aquila today for more information.

Pressure Mapping Comparison of Aquila's SofTech Alternating Wheelchair Cushion vs Roho Static Air Cushion

See What Our Customers Have to Say

  • Changed Life

    I have been paraplegic for 40 years from a car accident at the age of 20. I have been through so many ROHO cushions believing it to be the best option for pressure relief. This resulted in not only a log of aggravation over constantly having to repair holes, but Read More

  • Finally Feel Relief

    I cannot recommend this cushion enough to fellow SCI or any other limited movement individuals interested in treating and preventing pressure ulcers.  I had a pressure ulcer since December 2012 that would consistently go from almost healed to completely broken open again using other cushions and luckily never suffered an Read More

  • Wheelchair Cushion Does More Than Expected

    8-09-20 “Your seating system is just a miracle and my custom wheelchair cushion has done everything it promised and more.  The two places that I had bandaged on my bottom are now completely fine.  Thank you for such an innovative product for people that are disabled.  There is just no Read More

  • Surgeon & Wound Care turned me on to Aquila wheelchair cushions

    Sent: May 26, 2019 I’ve been using an Aquila System from almost the beginning of it’s inception. I’ve been on the original APK, the Airpulse PK2, and now the SofTech with wireless remote control. I’ve had several Ulcers and subsequent surgeries. Other products as they say “Did not cut the Read More

  • A Compliment To Our Sales Staff

    Sent: Friday, July 26, 2019  To whom it may concern, My name is R.P. and I am a paralyzed veteran.  I have been a C5 quadriplegic for 30 years, but before my accident I was a Navy officer in the navy nuclear power program.  For 22 years I never had Read More

  • Comment On Our Customer Service

    In response to a dealer requesting a status update on a new client order.  He replied with this note about our customer service: Thank you so much for the update.  This is truly the best customer service I have ever had from Aquila. KW   Aquila is the manufacturer of Read More

See What Our Customers Have to Say

  • 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

  • Happy Client from Buenos Aires

    Over the last 18 years I was always dealing with pressure sores. I have had multiple flap surgeries and my ischion tips had to be rounded. In my case, cushions with air suspension system did not provide enough protection and my work and free time was always interrupted by long periods in bed. Read More

  • Aquila Wheelchair Cushion Testimonial from Ken L. ATP, CRST

      Sent: March 20, 2018 RE: Aquila Corporation Wheelchair Cushion Systems Custom Fabricated for Client When other wheelchair cushions have failed, I can always depend on Aquila Corporation to provide the absolute best custom-made cushions available anywhere.  Their innovative design offers the highest level of skin protection and pressured distribution Read More

  • Bruce Walz – Arizona

    I’d like to take a moment to thank you for making such a quality product that has completely changed the way I’ve been able to live my life. After being on the two “top name” brands of cushions without any success and developing a pressure sore, I needed extensive reconstructive Read More

  • Jim Henderson – Nevada

    Many times I have told you how much I appreciate your efforts. Once again I am deeply indebted to you for your thoughtfulness and persistence as you worked to help me to attempt to solve my special problems. I sincerely appreciate your willingness to customize the Airpulse cushion in an effort to meet Read More

  • Home Health Care Nurse is now a Believer in Aquila Cushions

    Hello Steve, I hope you are not growing tired of my comments on your cushion. L came down with another case of bronchitis/pneumonia. He was hospitalized for a week and recovered nicely. The hospital created and neglected a pressure sore ischial related, again. It was accessed as a stage 2+. Read More