The hoist is compatible with a standard spreader bar or tilting /pivot frame. Leg opening can be operated both manually and electronically. Suitable for both domestic use and healthcare facilities.
Epoxy coated steel frame
Upright mast with an angled boom and a removable padded spreader bar
The standard spreader bar has two points of attachment for a sling
The hoist features a "Space Link" device, which increases maximum lifting height
The U-shaped base has manual leg adjustment via a large lever with a contoured handle
3 positions for legs
Dismantles into two pieces
Hand held on an extendable cord with separate push buttons for raising and lowering the hoist at a single speed. There is a hook on the hand piece to enable it to be located on the hoist when not in use
12 month warranty
The hoist has an on-board battery charger. This requires the hoist to be stored with access to a power point
Emergency stop button
Minimum height of spreader bar 340mm
Maximum height of spreader bar 1685mm
External base width (closed) 605mm
Internal width of base (closed) 530mm
Internal width of base (open) 1010mm
Base height (clearance required) 125mm
Length of base 1005mm
Overall weight 39kg
A range of slings can be selected to use with the hoist in sizes ranging from extra small to XXL.
Slings available include: general purpose, general purpose with head support, tilt/pivot, amputee and paediatric slings.
Para-Mobility | Patient Handling Equipment
Para Mobility is an innovative Australian company with a unique understanding of the specific lifting requirements for people with a disability.
We are continually refining our equipment with designs that reflect the changing needs of our clients.
Para Mobility takes pride in the quality of their equipment and accepts designing for specific client needs a fulfilling challenge.
The company was founded on the ideals that people with a disability should be lifted with care and dignity. We have worked in the industry since 1983 when we approached the market with our first concept of lifting between a wheelchair and a vehicle. The company has continued to design and distribute quality and efficient equipment as the market required.
Recently, Para Mobility has acquired the agency for a number of products proven in the European market that we see as adjuncts to support our range of locally designed and manufactured items.
The company continues to look beyond its current designs in the belief that our equipment has yet to reach its market potential within Australia.