Seat cushions

The choice of materials in the seat cushion of your chair can make all the difference to your comfort and support. We offer the full range from soft and firm quality Reflex foam, to our specialist care cushions.

If you need a little more support from your seat cushion, perhaps if you sit for long periods in your chair, do consider our specialist seat cushions.

For ultimate comfort at the heart of your chair, we can also build in our Luxury Pocket Sprung Cushion. Designed with individual high tensile steel coil springs in individual pockets, the springs give consistent support throughout the life of the chair and lasting shape to the seat cushion.

Please note: this option is not available in chairs with seat widths over 22" or seat depths below 16".

Standard comfort seating

Easiform

Our softest foam cushion with high quality Reflex foam filler for gentle comfort.

Firmaform

 A cushion that provides a more supportive and firm seat with a high-quality filler from Reflex, the foam specialists.

Specialist seating

Viscoform

A cushion with a top layer of memory foam to allow immersion into the cushion, giving stability and a large surface area to reduce pressure levels.

Celliform

This cushion uses our unique Gelacell matrix which distributes pressure and promotes air flow keeping the chair fresher and cooler.

Liquiform

A cushion with a fluid liquid gel in a soft silicone cover which provides a high level of pressure relief.

Coolform

This cushion uses the latest silicone gel technology to give pressure relief as the gel conforms to the shape of your body and reacts to your body temperature.

Information from our Occupational Therapist

Guide to our seat cushion classifications

Low risk

Low risk cushions are aimed at people who have normal sitting posture and good mobility but are seated for greater than one hour at a time and require pressure relief that provides some supported and comfort.

Medium risk

Medium risk cushions are for people who have good posture and mobility but sit for long periods of time, have limited ability to relieve pressure due to restricted mobility and require pressure relief and supported comfort.

Low and Medium risk cushions are also a good choice for people with reduced muscle mass or who are emaciated.

High risk

High risk cushions are for people who have good postural position but who are unable to relieve pressure due to restricted mobility and require pressure relief and supported comfort provided by the cushion.

Very high risk

Very high risk cushions are for people at very high risk of developing pressure sores or a history of sores where the highest priority is to prevent further pressure damage. If a person has an open pressure sore or has had a sore in the last six months we would recommend that the GP or Tissue Viability Nurse is contacted for advice on the appropriate grade of cushion required.