Patient lifts and ceiling lifts can make life easier for patients and caregivers by providing additional support when moving a person to or from an indoor area such as a bed or bathroom. Although they may seem complex, these luna ceiling hoist are easy to learn and use, making them the ideal solution for both residential and commercial use.
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Types of ceiling lifts
Overhead lifts are usually divided into two categories:
Fixed Ceiling Lifts – Mounted on ceiling-mounted walkways, they are designed for use in one location only. Fixed lifts can be installed in many places around the house. Check out the C-450, which is designed for quiet operation and trouble-free transfers.
Portable ceiling lifts – They are mounted on movable stands that support rails. They are free-standing and do not require any changes to your home. The freestanding roller table is recommended for home use, while the FST-300 is recommended for on-the-go use.
It is important to consider how your ceiling lift will be used. If you only need an elevator as a temporary solution, or if you have the freedom to use it in several rooms, then a portable ceiling can meet your needs. Meanwhile, fixed lifts may make more sense for patients or loved ones who just need help moving from the same place, e.g. B. when getting up and going down every day.
Freestanding portable elevators, on the other hand, can be installed in any room. Runways are installed on these stands and then elevators are installed on the runways. The lift has been tested by one of our technicians, who will explain how to operate it.