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Ceiling lifts are often the ideal and most effective way to lift and move people. Mounting all the lifting equipment at ceiling height frees up floor space and makes it much easier to get around. A ceiling-mounted lift system also saves on time and resources, because everything you need to carry out a lift or a move is always close to hand.
It is a well-documented fact that the use of ceiling lift systems reduces the amount of strain, over-exertion and injuries – and this means less sick leave and greater work satisfaction for carers.
Ceiling lift systems are designed for heavy lifting with capacities of 175–500 kg / 385-1,100 lbs. They are effortless to operate and provide exceptional freedom of movement. In most cases, this means a single carer is able to carry out day-to-day lifting and moving tasks without assistance, freeing up more time to care for the individual user.
Traveling from room-to-room or taking a loved one on a cruise, Portable ceiling lifts offer you the flexibility you desire.
When you’re looking for a permanent solution, Fixed ceiling lifts are the answer. Offered in different weight capacities, we’ve got you covered
Temporary or permanent, fixed or portable, We Provide an array of free-standing and fixed ceiling lifts and tracks.
There are a lot of accessories that can help you along with ceiling lifts. Many of them comes with their own advantages.
Permanent – cannot remove the lifting unit from the ceiling track. It’s usually found in homes where the ceiling track runs throughout the home. A 4-function ceiling lift moves up and down as well as right and left so the caregiver does not have to manually move the patient through the home or the patient can operate the lift to move themself.
Portable – lift may be removed from one ceiling track and used on another or on a self-standing track. It transfers a patient in an up and down motion using a motor but the caregiver must manually move the person along the track.
A ceiling lift greatly reduces the strain on a caregiver as the patient can be moved easily, safely and with dignity and comfort from bed to bath or other locations. A patient assessment should be made before buying a ceiling lift. It is important to match the individual’s needs and mobility to the lift’s capability and intended use. For example, a person with some ability to control and support themselves may want to use a lift with hand held controls that they can operate while hand held controls for a person who requires total support may not be useful.