JAY J3 Cushion

JAY J3 Cushion

JAY J3 cushion

Designed for the client with complex needs

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Precontoured, carvable, closed cell foam base with Optiwell™ technology i.e. anthropometrically designed pelvic loading area (PLA)
Two Depths Versions
Optiwell Technology
The Choice of Fluid or Air PLA inserts
Microclimatic or incontinence cover options. Comfort layer is integral to cover
Modification possibilities

Clinical Application:

Client at high (std. cushion) to extreme (deep contour cushion) risk of skin breakdown with or without aggressive postural needs

Symmetrical to significant postural needs requiring laterally, forward/rearward stability and/or positioning

May be unable to reposition or perform an independent weight shift


14 – 20"


14 -20"

Height Front


Height Rear


User Weight

113 kg

Product Weight Max

1.62 kg

Product Weight Min

0.55 kg

Cushion Type

Reticulated foam

Cover Type


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JAY 3 Base exclusive contour – Optiwell Technology

Developed based on over 10.000 anthropometric measurements and the Science of Seating concepts. The new Pelvic Loading Area (PLA), or well, is sized to match the anthropometric measurements of the pelvis for maximum pressure distribution and optimal lateral stability.

Customizable well (PLA) width 3 sizes

To adapt the well to the pelvis dimensions and is independent of the cushions width. This minimises the risk of “bottoming out”, increasing the stability and skin protection.

OptiWell™ with Reticulated Foam Insert and Ischial Cutouts

JAY’s engineers used average pelvic bone measurements to determine the shape and size of the Lite’s OptiWell, which distributes weight over a greater area. Cutouts beneath the ischial tuberosities and a reticulated foam insert further minimize pressure to protect the skin from breakdown.

Positioning capability

Jay® J3 offers excellent positioning capabilities via the addition of a variety of positioning components to create deeper contours. The deeper contour provides stability and positioning but also increase contact area for added pressure distribution