Facts About Poseidon

Width: 120 cm
Depth, closed: 120 cm
Depth, fully extended chair: 200 cm
Height: 150 cm
Total weight: 150 kg
Chair: Ergonomically designed in two parts seat cushion and backrest
Water distribution: 9 nozzles
Tvållösning: 4 nozzles
Controls: Panels inside and outside
Alarm button for users
Environment: Controlled energy and water consumption
Subject to changes.

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Duschen uppfyller kraven enligt Svenska Läkemedelsverkets Författningssamling 2003:11
Medicinteknisk Produkt Klass 1

Tillämpbara standarder:

IEC 60601-1 Version 3.1
IEC 60601-1-2:2014
IEC 60601-1-6:2010
IEC 60601-1-8:2007
ISO 14971:2012
ISO 10993-1:2009
IEC 62304:2006/Amd1
IEC 62366:2008
IEC 60529:2013

How Poseidon works

Poseidon is designed throughout with user well-being and care staff safety in mind.
Below is a summary of its most important features.

Stable and safe lifting in and out

The ergonomically designed seat is controlled using advanced software, sensors and motors. The seat is extended and lowered sufficiently to allow the user to sit comfortably. The seat cushion is in two parts and the comfortable backrest is high enough to provide support and great comfort. The footrest is designed to allow walkers and wheelchairs to get close.

The seat is lifted into the shower space with a gentle, controlled movement without either users or care staff having to step on a wet, slippery floor. In practice, Poseidon contributes to a substantially lower risk of difficult slip and fall accidents in bathrooms and showers.


Safe and comfortable shower environment

The shower area is designed to make the user feel safe, secure and relaxed while maintaining personal privacy and dignity. The environment is one that encloses the user while remaining airy, while the curved plexiglass is frosted to maintain privacy. The robot’s relatively low overall height and compact dimensions make it easy for care personnel to move freely around the shower and maintain good contact without infringing upon the user’s privacy.

Easy and safe to use

Poseidon allows users to wash practically their entire bodies themselves – chest, torso, legs and nether regions. The user starts the shower by means of a convenient control panel mounted on one of the armrests. Then, using its simple, clear keys, the user controls pressure, temperature, the soap system and body shower area.

The shower jets and soap solution are distributed separately via a total of 13 shower nozzles. There is also a hand shower within easy reach. Preheated water and a soft start provide enhanced shower comfort. For safety reasons, the temperature range is limited and there is also a cable-connected control panel on the outside of the shower robot for care personnel. The control panels have identical functions, but the external panel has priority. The wash concept was developed in collaboration with clinical personnel from gynaecology and geriatric units.