Parsons ADL Bed Pad with Handles | 19N022A | 065292130224

Parsons ADL Bed Pad with Handles


Parsons ADL Bed Pad with Handles This bed pad's handles make it easier to turn patients in bed. Soft poly-cotton against the skin with a 7 oz polyester soaker for optimal...

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Brand: Parsons ADL
SKU: PAR-19N022A
UPC: 065292130224

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Parsons ADL Bed Pad with Handles

This bed pad's handles make it easier to turn patients in bed. Soft poly-cotton against the skin with a 7 oz polyester soaker for optimal absorbency, with a waterproof vinyl base and absorbent top. Tumble dry, machine washable. Do not attempt to lift the patient with the handles. This is not a device for transferring data. 34" X 33" in size (86 X 84 cm).

Bed Pad with Polyester Soaker

Polyester is a hydrophobic material. As a result, polyester materials do not absorb perspiration or other liquids, leaving the wearer damp and clammy. Polyester fibers have a low wicking capability. Polyester is more durable than cotton and has a better ability to stretch. The fiber strength can range from 2.5 to 9.5 grams per denier.

Polyester (polyethylene terephthalate) is made by combining petroleum, air, and water in a chemical process. Purified terephthalic acid (PTA) and monotheluene glycol make up this synthetic fiber (MEG).

Polyester is a thermoplastic material, which means it can be melted and reshaped. Chemists melt polyester pellets and press them through little holes to make polyester (spinnerets). The continuous filaments of what we know as polyester fibers harden on the spinnerets' exit side. The fibers' form and diameter are determined by the size and shape of the hole. There are no blank gaps inside the fibers because they are solid polymer.

These continuous filaments, known as "tow," can be cut to any length (there is no length distribution because all fibers are created to be exactly homogeneous) to produce staple fibers for use in textiles and nonwovens, or left as a continuous monofilament, similar to fishing line.

Keep in mind that you'll see cotton and polyester combined together to create fabrics with qualities that neither fiber can attain on its own. Each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks when seen in isolation. The more information you have, the better decisions you may make when choosing a fiber to fit your requirements.

Why Choose Parsons ADL

Whether you have arthritis, a hip replacement, or are disabled, we can help. Whether you're caring for a loved one who is returning home from the hospital or has a proclivity for wandering... Whether you're looking for assistive goods for your clients who have a variety of disabilities... Parsons ADL Inc. offers you over 1100 new items to better your daily lives through our growing Dealer Network of over 800 home healthcare specialists across Canada and the United States. Our delivery timeframes are among the best in the business because many of our items are designed, manufactured, and assembled on-site at our factory north of Toronto.

Our expertise and outstanding client service are our trademarks. But, above all, we appreciate the relationships we've created with our customers and suppliers over the course of our 30+ years in business in Canada.

We will continue to work hard to give practical answers for individuals who require our services.