2300 Hi-Lo Bed - Suitable for Bariatric or Couples

Proudly Made in Australia

The Alrick 2300 Series provides dignity and comfort for bariatric patients or couples with its impressive 300kg safe working load.


With new features such as the auto regression backrest, backlit handset and underbed light it gives the ultimate comfort and safety to both patient and carers. ​

Available in a range of widths;

  • King Single (1070mm)

  • Extra Wide (1200mm)

  • Double (1370mm)

  • Queen (1500mm)

  • King (1800mm)


Min/Max Height:           270mm - 760mm

Castors:                           125mm Braking and Directional Castors

Life Capacity:                 Safe working load* 300kg

Underbed Clearance:  170mm

Angles Back:                   65 degrees

Angles Knee:                  44 degrees

Construction:                Steel frame manufactured in epoxy polyester powder coating

Warranty:                       5 years on actuators, 10 years on frame

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2300KS – King Single

Overall Dims 2040mm x 1090mm
Sleeping Surface 2000 x 1070mm

2300EW – Extra Wide

Overall Dims 2040mm x 1220mm
Sleeping Surface 2000 x 1200mm

2300D – Double

Overall Dims 2040mm x 1390mm
Sleeping Surface 2000 x 1370mm


2300Q – Queen

Overall Dims 2040mm x 1520mm
Sleeping Surface 2000 x 1500mm

2300K- King

Overall Dims 2040mm x 1820mm
Sleeping Surface 2000 x 1800mm

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  • Can be supplied with timber, laminate or upholstered head & foot or bedframe

  • Central Castor Locking 

  • Battery Backup

  • Backlit Handset

  • Horizontal Collapsible Safety Rails

  • Self Help Pole

  • IV Pole

  • Water Buffers

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*The Safe Working Load MUST NOT be taken as the maximum user weight. Manufacturers quote a Safe Working Load for their beds. When a bed is tested, a static load is evenly distributed over the whole surface of the bed. Remember though that when a bed is in use the load is rarely static or evenly distributed. Should a visitor, for example, sit down heavily on one side of the bed then the shock load at that point will be extreme, the load will be uneven and the total combined weight may exceed the Safe Working Load. The SWL must take account not only of the weight of the user but also the weight of the mattress, bed linen & any other items loaded on to the bed eg. air pump for air-driven mattress. You should also take account of any likely weight gain by the user in the future. Typically, a mattress could weigh 20kg; an air-driven system could weigh as much as 30kg; a couple of pillows 3kg; bed linen around 12kg - the total of such items, together with anything else placed on the bed PLUS the weight of the user must NEVER exceed the Safe Working Load.