Battery operated hoist which runs on ceiling fixed tracking with manual, WB, or powered, WLB, traverse. Lifting mechanism is operated by remote, handheld switch. Hoist can lift from floor level and has an emergency lowering device and battery back-up. Suitable for swimming pools. Charging point is at one end of the track. Straight or curved track, and range of slings available. Options include: weigh scale attachment; powered traverse; turntable; free standing version.
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Please note: To ensure safety this item is available on an installation only basis. The hoist is available with a 130kg or 190kg safe working load and can be supplied with manual or powered traverse options. With numerous track configurations, a Wispa 100+ system can be designed to provide a simple bed to chair transfer though to a whole room coverage and through door systems providing access to en-suite facilities. To arrange for a free of charge, no obligation survey please call Customer Services on 01869 365500 opt 1.
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