Skil-Care Air Lock Seat Cushion
Skil-Care Air Lock Seat Cushion

Skil-Care Air Lock Seat Cushion

Brand/Manufacturer: SKIL CARE CORP
  • Latex Free

Skil-Care Air Lock Seat Cushion is soft pre-inflated anti-bacterial vinyl cushion which makes any wheelchair seat more comfortable while providing pressure relief and redistribution. It comes with safety straps and can be used under any temperature conditions. Pressure relieving air flotation surface provides decubitus prevention and comfort

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
756240 Tan, 19"W x 19"D Each $2.08
756245 Tan, 19"W x 19"D with Low Shear II Cover Each $2.57
756250 Green, 22"W x 28"D Each $2.98
756255 Green, 22"W x 28"D with Low Shear II Cover Each $3.84


  • Skil-Care Air Lock Seat Cushion comes with safety straps
  • Vinyl meets flammability requirements of CA 117
  • Low-Shear II wipe-clean outer cover reduces skin damaging friction
  • Wipe-clean anti-bacterial heat-sealed vinyl
  • Latex free
  • Indication for use:
    - Comfort, prevention and healing therapy through stage IV pressure ulcers
    - Deep tissue injury protection
  • Multiple uses:
    - Between The Legs
    - Under the Elbow
    - On the Bed Under the Head
    - On the Back of the Wheelchair
    Note: Shipped pre-inflated

More Information

  • Inspection:
    - A properly inflated cushion will appear to be half full
    - Place the individual on the cushion in his/her normal sitting position.
  • Installation:
    - Place cushion on wheelchair with tie straps towards back of wheelchair. Secure cushion to back of wheelchair with straps.
    - Optional cover: open zipper and place cushion inside cover with flange toward the back of the cover. Bottom of cover is the black side. Close zipper. Adjust safety straps around chair and connect side release buckle
  • Easy Care:
    - Clean cushion and cover with spray and wipe cleaning solution. Avoid bleach. Do not launder cushion or cover.
  • Caution:
    - Keep cushion away from open flame and cigarettes and avoid sharp objects from making contact with the cushion.
    - Exposure to moisture, friction, shearing, chemicals, secretions, excretions, and other irritants also influences pressure ulcer development.
    - Friction and shearing is present when residents are pulled up in a bed or chair and could cause minor skin tears that could rapidly turn into pressure ulcers.
    - Pressure ulcers can also develop if clothing is constricting, which may cause excessive rubbing on the skin


1 year warranty on Cushion and 6 months on cover

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