Positioning as a bed
The seat is pulled out and the back, positioned at 107° on the seat, automatically swivels to 90° against the rear framework of the sofa.
The front of the seat cushion is lifted, and the anti-roll protection is placed in the vertical position.
The seat is then pushed back and stops automatically against the back.
Positioning as a sofa
The back is lifted using the strap.
The anti-roll protection is put in its horizontal position beneath the cushion of the seat.
The seat is pushed back and the back automatically swivels, and positions itself at 107° on the seat.
The anti-roll protection in the bed position
Clad in leather, fabric or matching the cabin woodwork, the anti-roll protection discretely furnishes the side of the bed.
It provides total security, with the bed area being retained under pressure between the anti-roll protection and the back. It also provides comfort for the passenger in the event of any roll.
The Quick Change modules
The modules lock together at their sides. When separated and the back folded onto the seat they can be easily be installed in narrow cabins.
The aircraft back can be adapted to any cabin
The rear framework is designed to allow the sofa to fit the curve of any cabin with the “same inclination” of the back.
In the seated position the lower part of the back is at 90° and the upper part at 107° so as not to restrict passengers to the rear.
The back may be curved to shape and can hold a head-rest and a central armrest.
Slides with predefined positions
The special design of these slides allows the seat to be released from the forward framework of the sofa and to move forward and be positioned at the desired depth.
In this position the seat is secured on the forward framework of the sofa and cannot move forwards or backwards or be lifted.
Separating the bed area by up to 20 cm from the back provides more sleeping space and allows the bed to be set up very easily.
This is a second secure position for proper operation of a relaxation bed.