Recess in VL pillow

Recess in your Varilite pillow

After a short period of time, a small immersion will occur even when the pillow is filled with air, by the sacral-ischial area, in your Meridian or Evolution pillow from Varilite.
This does NOT mean that the pad is punctured, misused or broken. Varilite pads consist of a combination of air and different types of foam, and are designed to create a recess in the sacral-ischial area.
Why does it happen?
The soft foam, at the sacral-ischial area, gives less pressure on the powder's solid cover when the pad is filled with air than the surrounding firmer foam.
The Powder Blue Fixed Cover is made of a material stretched in 4 directions and emphasizes the recess.
Why is this no problem?
There is still air in the soft foam at the sacral-ischial area. The air helps to carry the weight in the pad and ensure a good pressure distribution.
The foam's task is to keep the air where it is needed and keep the pillow shape.
If this kind of immersion occurs on a pillow made entirely of foam, there is good cause for concern.
The depression will indicate that there has been a permanent pressure in the foam and that the foam has "sat down".
The technology behind Varilite's pillows, where the best air and foam properties are combined prevents a permanent pressure from occurring.

EvoSeat L

Aluminum footplate

Aluminum footplate
New thin footplate as accessory for TA electrical and manual center leg support.
The footplate is only 7 mm thick including rubber and weighs approx. 1 kg. against 1.9 kg for the standard footplate.
The footplate gives more clearance between the floor and footplate and fills less when moving.

Alufodplade nede M  Alufodplade oppe1 M

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