What is an Arjo lift?

What is an Arjo lift?

Ceiling lift systems from Arjo enable patients/residents to be transferred in a safe, comfortable, and dignified way. They also provide an easy-to-operate system that eliminates the need for manual lifting, thereby reducing the risk of injuries to caregivers.

What is a tenor hoist?

Tenor mobile floor lifter is specifically designed for lifting and transferring plus-size patients or residents. The connection of the spreader bar with the sling attachment enables 360-degree movement of the patient during transfer and positioning.

What does Sara lift stand for?

Sit to Stand Lifts are often referred to as “Sara Lifts”, “Lift Ups”, “Stand Assist”, or “Stand Up Lifts”. They are used to assist mobility patients when they are unable to transition from a sitting position to a standing position on their own. They help mobility patients transfer from standing to sitting safely.

What type of patient is a candidate for the Maxi Move lift?

There are also three different types of stretcher in the product range. Equipped for diverse care situations Maxi Move is a passive lifter designed for people who either have no capacity to support themselves or who are completely dependent (the D and E mobility levels in the Mobility Gallery).

What is the safe working load of the Maxi Move?

500 lb
Maxi Move

Weight and dimensions
Max safe working load lb 500 lb
Max safe working load if equipped with extended jib kg 130 kg
Max safe working load if equipped with extended jib lb 287 lb
Lifter weight (with spreader bar and battery) kg 70 kg

When would the tenor hoist be used?

TENOR is a mobile passive lift, intended to be used on horizontal surfaces for lifting and transfer in hospitals, nursing homes or other health care facilities. To describe which residents may be lifted using an ArjoHuntleigh hoist, a resident gallery has been created by ArjoHuntleigh.

When would tenor hoist be used?