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Maxi Air

Maxi Air is an air-assisted single patient use system that provides an effective solution for reducing the physical effort and injury risk associated with performing lateral transfers.

Maxi Air supports the patient on a bed of air – a hover effect created
by air flowing through the perforated underside of the inflatable
single patient use mattress lifts the patient away from the bed

Preventing caregiver injuries by reducing physical effort
Maxi Air minimises friction and shearing forces when transferring
and repositioning the patient, resulting in a smooth transfer for
both the patient and caregiver.1

Preventing cross-contamination
Designed to be used as a single patient use product, MaxiAir
offers a solution for busy care environments concerned about
reducing patient cross-contamination.

Increasing operational efficiency
Studies show that air-assisted lateral transfer devices are
recommended over the traditional draw sheet method for lateral
transfers as they offer a cost-effective solution requiring fewer
caregivers compared with traditional lateral transfer methods.1

1. Baptiste A, et al. (April 2006) “Friction-Reducing Devices for Lateral Patient Transfers: A Clinical Evaluation”.
Article in AAOHN Journal. DOI: 10.1177/216507990605400407. Source: PubMed
Radiolucent and MRI compatible transfer pad and extended hose, make Maxi Air useful during diagnostic procedures.

Maxi Air is a high performance air assisted single patient use system designed to move patients weighing up to 544 kg /1200 lb from one surface to another in a supine position.

Maxi Air is available in 3 different widths with colour-coded handles to quickly distinguish the sizes.

Two safety belts secure the patient onto Maxi Air during inflation and the transfer.

Integrated head cushion to enhance patient comfort.


The Maxi Air® air assisted lateral transfer system is designed to move patients weighing up to 544 kg /1200 lbs from one surface to another.

Maxi Air mattress dimensions

Length1980 mm (78”)
Width860 mm (34”), 990 mm (39”), 1270 mm (50”)
Inflated height220 mm (8,7”)
MaterialNon-woven top, nylon back
Latex free
SWL544 kg / 1200 lbs


Air supply

Diameter178 mm (7” )
Height317,5 mm (12.5” )
Motor power120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1100 W (North America)
230 VAC, 50 HZ, 1200 W (Except North America)
Weight5 Kg (11 lbs)
Sound Level74 dBA
UL certifiedEN/IEC 60601-1:2005, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1


Article number

Mattress L width 860 mm (34”) Box/10MAS014000-WW
Mattress XL width 990 mm (39”) Box/10MAS015000-WW
Mattress XXL width 1270 mm (50”) Box/5MAS016000-WW
Air Supply 120 VMAS000001-US
Air Supply 230 VMAS000001-EU
Maxi Air CartMCA0003

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Maxi Air Instructions for use

Category: Instructions for use

File name: 001-35001-EN rev. 6.pdf

Type: PDF

Size: 6.84 Mb

[EN for INT, US, AU, GB]

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