What distinguishes the care beds in the Impulse and Ayleen series?
Essentially, the care beds in the two series differ in terms of the mechanics of the lift mechanism and the resulting divergent adjustment options and load limits. While care beds in the Ayleen series are equipped with a double-claw lift system which does not support the bed's vertical adjustment, e.g. for Trendelenburg positioning, care beds in the Impulse series feature a four-claw lift system which facilitates all adjustment options.
Another difference lies in the number of hoist motors. Care beds in the Impulse series are equipped with two variable displacement motors. As a result, their load limits are higher than the beds in the Ayleen series and they operate more powerfully when it comes to bed adjustment.
Last update on 20. January 2016 by Florian Schmelz.