- Exceptional rigidity due to advanced design of all moving connections, eliminating play with the hoist fully loaded
- Actuators incorporate double security button, light indicator of the battery charge level and acoustic warning before total discharge happens
- Battery capacity of 2.9 Amph provides a range of use at 50% higher than usual, allowing 60 double uses (up and down)
Model: Sunlift Midi - Hoist
|Safe Working Load||150 kg|
|Max Total Length|
(with wheels facing outwards)
|Min Total Length|
(with wheels facing inwards)
|Max Width with Legs Closed||665 mm|
|Max Height (without load and boom extended)||1,930 mm|
|Max Height (without load and boom folded)||1,255 mm|
|Max Spreader Bar Height|
(without load and boom extended)
|Min Spreader Bar Height|
|Turning Radius with Legs Open||1,380 mm|
Max Width (external)
Min Width (internal)
Max Width (external)
Max Width (internal)
|Total Leg Height||100 mm|
|Ground Clearance||20 mm|
|Castor Wheels||75 mm|
|Rear Wheels||100 mm|
|Mast, boom and electric components assembly weight||19.3 kg|
|Base Asembly Weight||15.1 kg|
|Batteries Weight||2.9 kg|
Instructions for quicklift sling
For a sitting position
Ensure that the straps face outward. Pull the sling down over the user’s back until the top of the toilet seat opening is at the small of the back.
Check that the sling is aligned properly at shoulder height.
Lift the patient’s leg and slip the strap under it and pull it up between their legs, ensuring that the sling is not creased under the thigh. Repeat the procedure with the other leg.
Cross the straps over the legs and attach them to the front hooks on the hoist spreader bar.
Raise the hoist slightly and attach the shorter, shoulder straps to the spreader bar. Move the hoist towards the patient while doing this.
For a lying position
Roll the patient over onto the sling, ensuring that the top of the toilet seat opening is at the small of the back.
Cross the straps under the patient’s legs and fit the sling as indicated for the sitting position, keeping the shoulder straps as short as possible.