Pressure Mapping Comparison of Aquila's SofTech Alternating wheelchair cushion vs Roho static air cushion
A side by side comparison of interface pressures of the Aquila SofTech wheelchair cushion at left compared to a static air flotation cushion at right. The pressure mapping system captures even the slightest change in pressure applied to the skin and tissue. Notice the alternating changes in pressure distribution with the SofTech wheelchair cushion (left) and the constant pressures being applied with the static wheelchair cushion (right).
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Aquila's Moisture Control Unit in Action
Demonstration of the optional moisture control unit, (MCU). This accessory is an embedded fan that sends air to the surface of the wheelchair cushion to help keep the skin cool and dry. The MCU is available for both the APK2 and the SofTech cushions. The MCU fan comes on automatically each time the pump comes on to inflate the cushion, which can be as often as every minute. A stopwatch is shown so you can see the actual time taken to inflate this test bag.
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Introducing the New SofTech Seating System from Aquila Corporation.