A safe and cost-effective system, these unique vertical stackers improve storage space. Designed with impressive technology, it has been constructed for fast retrieval, handling and storage. Take hospital beds off the floor and secure them in this space-saving arrangement. This method opens valuable work space and removes potential fire hazards from hospital corridors. The system is incredibly easy to use and can maximise organisation in seconds. These bed stackers are an incredible space saver and offer a great Return On Investment (ROI).
A number of great benefits on offer!
This device recoups floor space and securely stores hospital beds in an extremely organised manner. It ensures areas are free from clutter and corridors can be used without obstacles in the way. This is perfect for busy medical environments, where time is a priority in an emergency.
Incredibly easy to operate!By utilising the BedLift, hospital beds can be retrieved in a timely manner for incoming patients and put away when not in use, freeing valuable space. It also centralises hospital bed storage, so employees always know where they are located.
This innovative system has been designed on a last-in/first-out (LIFO) storage and retrieval concept. As shown in the video above, when the first bed is wheeled into the system and on the lift, it is raised, opening up a space below for the next unit. This process repeats until there are no more available spaces, and the limit has been reached. The entire operation is easily accomplished by the push of a button. It’s very user-friendly and that simple to operate.
This product comes in two configurations – end or side (lateral) loading – and is available in 11 models to suit a variety of tasks (from large beds to stretchers).
Why choose the BedLift?
These vertical bed storage systems improve a hospital’s maintenance departments capacity, organisation and product flow – whilst reducing downtime. It increases the number of beds available for patient use at any given time, which is critically important in medical industries where time is of the essence. Employees will know where all beds are, as it creates a central storage system. At any given time there could be 10% of all beds in maintenance and ready to be occupied by staff. Also, by removing unused ‘beds from hallways and corridors, hospitals can improve their Workplace Health and Safety requirements, activities and standards.
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