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JAY J2 Wheelchair Cushion

The Jay J2 cushion combines Jay foam and a Jay Flow fluid pad with various cover choices to provide out-standing comfort. The J2 cushion is most suitable for clients who have moderate to aggressive postural needs, and require a high degree of skin protection.

Clinical Application:
– Client with high risk of skin breakdown.
– Designed for the client with symmetrical posture to aggressive postural needs that change over time.
– Clients unable to weight shift; limited postural stability and unable to reposition.


Stability and positioning with skin integrity protection.


Contoured, Easy to Modify Base

The J2 cushions feature a contoured foam base constructed from closed cell foam. This makes it easy to modify in our factory or in the field. Additionally, an extensive selection of positioning components are available. The J2 cushions provide exceptional lateral and forward stability for individuals with changing needs or unique postures.

JAY Flow Fluid Tripad

The J2 features the JAY Flow fluid tripad, which conforms to each individual’s shape, adjusts to sitting positions and ensures proper fluid placement beneath boney prominences to help protect the skin from breakdown. Its zero-maintenance design delivers superior results throughout the life of the cushion.

Three Cover Options

J2 cushions are available with the choice of three cover options – Stretch (allows for proper immersion and prevents the increase in pressure resulting from surface tension), AirExchange (promotes airflow and dissipates heat and moisture to keep the surface and the client clean and dry) and Moisture/Incontinence-Resistant (pictured, helps with incontinence management by protecting the foam base from moisture build-up).


Width:14 -24″
Height:Standard: 2.5″, Deep Contour: 4.5″
Depth:14″ – 20″
Total Weight:5.4 kg
Maximum User Weight:12″ to 21″ = 136 kg / +22″ = 227kgs



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