|What is Standard?
||92 cm sides (from top of matress approx)
Full bed size – 200 x 90 cm internal
4 section profile sleeping platform
Standard foam mattress
4 locking castors
Natural timber appearance
|What is Optional?
||4 door option
8 door option
Pressure relief foam mattress
Incontinece cover on matress
Internal padding as required (POA)
|Mattress Level to Top of Door
|Lying Height (Top of Mattress)
||38cm min to 98cm max
||117 - 167cm
||200 x 90cm
||226 x 101cm
|Distance between railings
Accidents with electrically adjustable carebeds are mainly due to electrical safety faults and failure to comply with safety-related dimensions of the side lattices. (Source: Federal Institute for Pharmaceutical Products and Medical Devices BfArM)
Kayserbetten, as manufacturers of medical devices, produce carebeds for children in accordance with the standards of the medical devices guidelines, which are regulated by the German Act on Medical Devices and in accordance with the guidelines for care aids that are specified by the Central Association of Health Insurance Companies.
Compliance with these regulations is tested and monitored by the accredited test laboratory for active and non-active medical devices of BerlinCert Prüf- und Zertifizierungsstelle für Medizinprodukte GmbH (BerlinCert Testing and Certifying Body for Medical Devices) at the Technical University in Berlin.
The following norms apply:
DIN EN 32623:2002
Children’s hospital beds made of metal and plastics
DIN EN 1970:2000
Adjustable beds for disabled persons
DIN EN 60601-2-38:2001
Medical electrical equipment, Section 2-38: specific safety regulations for electrically operated hospital beds.
DIN EN 60601-1:1996
Medical electrical equipment, Section 1 General safety regulations
Side lattice dimensions
These norms regulate amongst others the adherence to the safety-related dimensions of the side lattices. Here, the limits are defined for all gap widths and spacing of a side lattice to minimise the danger of entrapment.
Another important requirement of this norm is that the locking devices have to be at least 850 mm apart. If this is not possible, e.g. at the head or foot of the bed, the system requires two consecutive actions, each operating on a different principle. The second action must be dependent on the first action.
1. Unlock the side lattice safeguard (red circle)
2. Pull the locking devices inwards simultaneously
Furthermore, a hinge system has been developed for our doors with which we can reduce the danger of entrapment to a minimum.
In the interior of the bed, there is no point where fingers can be trapped in the area of the door’s fulcrum.
We use only selected beech wood, high quality fittings from well-known manufacturers and locking mechanisms developed and produced by our company.
Safety of the electrics and surfaces
The electrical safety of KayserBeds is guaranteed by the following features:
- Moisture resistance category IPX4 and manufacture of all electrical components in accordance with the guidelines of the German Electrical Technicians Association (VDE)
- Power cut-off plug. When the hand switch is not activated (power disconnected state) all electrical components of the bed are disconnected from the mains and therefore no electricity is used. Electric and magnetic fields in the bed are prevented.
- Primary fuse on power plug
- Maintenance-free DC motors and manual safety switch, low voltage
- Emergency lowering in the case of power failure
As Kayserbetten are the only manufacturer of wooden carecots, they provide a coating that seals the surfaces for maximum hygiene. Unlike open surfaces (waxed or oiled), this coating protects against liquids and dirt. Conform to the requirements of the norm
DIN 68861, 1B
Furniture surfaces, Section 1: Behaviour under chemical exposure. The surface can be cleaned with common cleaning and disinfection products. With this, Kayserbetten Beds are not only excellent for use at home - they can be used in the clinical field too. The tests carried out on the paints used guarantees that there are no health risks in connection with sucking, licking and swallowing parts of the surface coating, based on the following norms:
DIN EN71 Section 3
EN ISO 10993-1:2003
Biological evaluation of medical products Cytotoxic (“cell toxicity”: toxic effect on a cellular level) biocompatibility testing of the paint by the laboratory for biological safety tests ©CYTOX Erlangen.