MMO 3000 community ultra low bed

It is even more important in a community setting that patients are protected from injury should a fall from the bed occur and are able to mobilise independently & safely. The MMO 3000 community ultra low bed offers a platform that is low enough to create a safe environment that will encourage independent and safe mobilisation without the risk of falls. The 3000 also achieves safe and easy patient positioning, is simple to use and is easy to clean.

Independent testing has demonstrated that the MMO range of ultra-low beds create zero patient migration during articulation, protecting patients’ skin and reducing the potential for manual handling injury in nursing staff as they no longer need to reposition patients back up the bed. Download the clinical paper below.


Key Features

  • Ultra-low height from just 19cm minimises potential injury from falls. A custom exit height can be programmed.


  • The backrest lengthens as it rises, which reduces sliding hence reducing shear and friction


  • A full chair position can be achieved using one button

  • Choice of headboard, footboard and side rails


Technical Specification
Dimensions of sleep deck 85cm x 200cm
Dimensions of bed frame with side rails 99.8cm x 214cm
Minimum height 19cm with 75mm castors
Maximum height 81cm
Safe working load 250kg/39st (215kg/34st patient, 35kg/5½st mattress and accessories)
Electric, shear-reducing back angle adjustment to 70°
Electric thigh section angle adjustment to 30°
Manual calf section angle adjustment -20° to 20°
Electric Trendelenburg/reverse Trendelenburg angle 14°/-14°
CPR Electric, manual bi-lateral at head end
Castors Standard: Four twin 75mm multi-directional castors at head and foot end
Optional: Four twin 100mm multi-directional castors at head and foot end
Bed weight 118kg/260lbs
Bed extension 18cm
Height of four bar side rail 50cm
Height of headboard from deck 45cm
Full range of accessories
MMO 3000 Community Ultra-Low Bed Brochure
Bed frame design and patient migration study
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