Great protection in a low-height care bed
The autumn brings exciting new Burmeier products
For Burmeier, autumn is usually the time of major trade fairs. At REHACARE and OTWorld we have been looking forward to the discussions with our customers in the past years. Corona now puts a stop to these personal encounters – but not to our presentation of exciting products. This autumn, Burmeier will also be presenting new products and further developments that will make everyday life easier for specialist dealers and people in homecare.
One particularly interesting piece of news for the German market does not concern a new model, but a number: 19.40.01.5001, which is the separate aid number given to our low-height care bed Dali low-entry by the GKV-Spitzenverband. This means that it can be prescribed by a doctor as a bed for the disabled. Burmeier has been working intensively on this upgrading of low-height beds for a long time. With its height adjustment range of 23 to 63 cm, the Dali low-entry reaches down so low that residents enjoy a high level of protection against fall injuries even without safety sides. The bed thus follows the philosophy of the Werdenfelser Weg, which is to maintain the mobility of people in need of care.
More comfort with the wireless handset
MMobility is also very important in other areas of the Dali care bed series: The wireless handset gives the residents in bed and their relatives in the room new freedom of movement. At the same time, the absence of a handset cable means better hygiene and less potential damage due to improper handling – strong advantages for retailers. We have closely followed the market launch of this innovative technology and carefully listened to the feedback from our customers. Thanks to careful further development, the Bluetooth connection between the handset and bed is now even safer. For example, the increased transmission and reception performance of the components plays an active role in this. Discover the great plus in quality of life that the wireless handset offers.
Another novelty of the Dali series has found great approval: With the Easy Click system the bars of the safety sides can be attached and removed without tools – in a matter of seconds. This is a considerable relief for the installation technicians who assemble and dismantle the bed. We have now transferred this successful principle to the Allura bed series. From now on, the heavy-duty beds Allura II 100 and Allura II 120 also have full-lenth saftety sides with Easy Click. With a safe working load of 250 kg and mattress base widths of up to 120 cm, the Allura beds offer a great deal of comfort for people with a heavy body weight.
Hermann now even more stable
When it comes to bedside cabinets, Burmeier is firmly rooted in Roman-Germanic history: the names Varus, Arminius or Cheruscan stand for timeless quality. The bedside cabinet Hermann is also a comfortable and reliable companion at the care bed. Drawer, spacious compartment, cupboard and fold-down bed table offer easily accessible storage space for personal items and care utensils. We have now optimised the Hermann model once again and improved its stability and ease of use. Our customers can look forward to a "new Hermann" at a very good price-performance ratio.
Even if we lack the personal contact at the fairs, we are of course available to all partners and interested parties from the specialist trade – also via video conference. Simply speak to your trusted sales representative or contact us at www.burmeier.com.