Designed with the patient, caregiver and service personnel in mind, the Oxford Elara is the illuminating solution to your ceiling lift needs. Tested to the most stringent international standards, its extensive set of safety systems ensure both the patient and caregiver remain safe at all times. A refreshing blend of contemporary design and maximum functionality ensures the Elara will meet your needs today and as they evolve. - 2-way and 4-way models available - Maximum safe working load 227kg - Unique illuminating end panels allow caregivers to perform vital duties with minimal disruption to patients - Configurable safe working load offers installation flexibility and efficiency - Choice of spreader bars to accommodate a wider range of patient shapes and sizes - Integrated safety systems including overload protection with visual and audible alerts - Downloadable lifetime usage data helps safeguard the lift's optimum condition - Service reminder helps support compliance towards LOLER: 1998 - Simplified, no-tools-access to motor for easier service and maintenance routines
Joerns Healthcare Ltd
Drakes Broughton Business Park
United Kingdom0344 811 1158 firstname.lastname@example.org
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