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Bed having a system for moving a mattress up and down

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #5257430.

This invention relates to a bed having a base, a mattress, and a system for moving the mattress up and down to help a person to make the bed, which can be preferably adapted in a guest room of hotels or the like. The present invention provides a bed comprising a base, a mattress provided on a top face of the base, at least one inflatable means provided therebetween, and an air-supplying tube connected with a part of the inflatable means, wherein the inflatable means has a plurality of inflatable parts and a plurality of non-inflatable parts, each non-inflatable part is alternatively provided between the inflatable parts so as to communicate to each other to make a loop around an outer peripheral portion of the top face of the base.

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