Patient Hoist Portable Lifter used for lifting in Aged Cares Hospital Homes and Disability Industry
The GE High Lifter (GEHL) encompasses an ergonomic portable lifter that allows the user to be easily rotated 360 degrees making positioning much easier for the carer and reducing anxiety.
The high boom ensures space for the user, even when the hoist is in its most elevated position, and the optimized area in front of the actuator reduces the risk of injury to the user's knees.
- Securely attach slings with one hand, thanks to the user-friendly hook design.
- With the new quick release mechanism, the exchange spreader bar is faster, more safely and more accessible than ever before. No tools required
- Ergonomic push handles
- Swing in/out base frame with a simple press allows better access in confined spaces.
Type: Rehabilitation Equipment
- Function: Used to Move Patient
- Group: Adult Specification
- Motor: 24V/8000N
- NOISE LEVEL: 65dB(A)
- Battery Capacity: 60-80 Times/ charge
- Lifting Speed: 8.3mm/s
- Lifting Distance: 850mm-1850mm
- Weight Capacity: 185kg
- Width: 620mm
- Height: 1225mm
- Net weight: 45 kg
- Weight Capacity: 185kg
Features of the Portable Lifter:
- Made of high-strength steel with powder coating
- Quiet, smooth and easy operation
- Easy-to-use hand pendant electrically controls the positioning of the upper body and provides comfort and convenience for the patient.
- High-strength casters with brake
- Heavy duty use
- The actuator can be manually operated up/down in an emergency without electricity.
The Portable Lifter includes Universal Sling per photos.
This Portable Lifter is recommended for everyone, including people with:
- Motor Neurone disease
- multiple sclerosis
- cerebral palsy level V
- muscular dystrophy
Contact the Registered NDIS Disability Equipment providers through email or phone for any other inquiries or a free quote today!
Frequently Asked Questions:
1-How does a hoist assist an individual?
A hoist is simply a mechanical device for lifting that can work to elevate someone from a sitting position and move them safely into another area, such as a bathtub, seat, or bed. Some hoists can even carry patients horizontally between locations in a room.
2-What is a hoist used for in aged care?
A lifting hoist is used for residents who are non-weight bearing. It lifts the resident vertically, allowing staff to transfer or reposition the resident over a short distance.
3-How do you use a patient hoist?
- Check 1 – Check the hoist has been serviced in the last six months
- Check 2 – Check the hoist unit is fully functional
- Check 3 – Check the sling is correct and in good condition
- Check 4 – Check the safe working load of the hoist is adequate for the transfer
- Check 5 – Check that the hoist brakes are off
- Check 6 – Check the location of the emergency functions