Product Features

The M2 ATI is constructed with dual density foam, a molded foam base, and Quadra3D Gel pack. The M2 ATI comes in three styles: Zero Elevation style which allows for greater freedom of movement for standard positioning issues, Anti-Thrust style provides anterior pelvic build-up to prevent forward migration, and the Wedge style controls forward leaning by adding slight anterior height. The moldable Adjustable Technology Base (ATI) is designed to be molded to add additional support where needed.

  • Front of ACTA ATI- Base
    Adjustable Technology Insert (ATI)

    The ATI is constructed of a strong aluminum that is designed to be molded to add additional support where needed. This system allows for on-site customization to effectively meet the needs of any user. The dynamic nature of input provides positioning support while allowing for movement. The insert can be remolded to meet the changes in the user’s physical and functional needs.

  • Quadra 3D Gel
    Quadra3d® Gel

    Four compartment Quadra3D Gel is designed to prevent gel migration. Quadra 3D Gel regulates body temperature by retaining head and redistributes pressure to provide maximum comfort.

  • Permobil GLIDE WEAR of Shear Reduction Zone and Stability zone Front of Cushion
    Available with GlideWear®

    GlideWear is designed to promote healing and reduce the risk of pressure injury through the use of the Shear Reduction Zone. GlideWear provides reduction of shear forces to increase skin protection, 100% breathability for microclimate control, and improved comfort from reduced friction. The GlideWear technology option is available as an embedded upgrade to Stretch-Air & Comfort-Tek fabric options. Latex free.

M2 ATI Product Features:
  1. Tapered adductors increase in width near the rear of the cushion to give support to the greater trochanters.
  2. Deep lateral and medial leg contours promote postural alignment.
  3. Coccyx relief cutout reduces pressure on the tailbone and spine.
  4. Non-skid bottom fabric offers hook and loop attachment.
  5. Constructed with dual density foam, a molded foam base, and Quadra3D® Gel pack.
  6. Moldable ATI base allows for on-site customization to effectively meet the needs of the user. The dynamic nature of input provides positioning support while allowing for movement. The ATI base can be remolded to meet changes in both physical and functional needs.

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