Despite its discreet appearance, the Integralift is a highly effective and finely engineered piece of equipment.
Developed and manufactured in Europe it boasts reliable mechanics and a robust build quality that will ensure year after year of trouble-free operation.
As well as its subtle appearance, the Integralift also provides time-saving conveniences such as permanent storage points for sling, spreader bar and remote control.
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When not in use, Integralift blends perfectly with interior decor, maintaining a tidy and pleasant environment.
When the hoist is required, opening the vertical cupboard reveals the spreader bar and remote control. Using the spreader bar as a handle, swing the boom arm into position over the patient.
Now in position, the spreader bar is unhooked from the locating hook and lowered using the remote control to enable attachment of the sling and then raised to allow a transfer
The boom arm is swung smoothly round to the desired transfer point, and the remote control is again used to lower the patient to the new location.
- It operates from mains power with battery backup, with optional down lights within the cabinetry.
- Safety is assured with the emergency stop function, combined with electric or manual emergency lowering options.
- Integralift has a 230kg SWL capacity
Trending in the UK – CALVERT TRUST, KIELDER
The Integralift hidden patient lifting hoist is becoming more and more popular with hotels and guest houses, thanks to the way it doesn’t detract from the appearance of the room. We’ve installed some Integralifts in the Calvert Trust’s new holiday cabins in the beautiful place of Kielder, Northumberland, UK. Here’s the story in their own words:
“At Calvert Trust Kielder, ‘it’s what you CAN do that counts’ and for over 30 years, we have provided over 5000 visitors each year with adventurous, outdoor activities for disabled children and adults together with their family, friends and carers. The Trust welcomes families, groups and individuals in all-inclusive accessible accommodation in centre rooms, and a range of self-catering chalets for those who prefer more privacy, independence and flexibility.
“Unique to Calvert Trust Kielder, adult respite care activity holidays are for those with physical, learning or sensory disabilities, who require personal care and support while away from home. Accommodation is in single, double or twin rooms with en suite facilities, level entry showers or bathrooms and fitted with specialist equipment such as hoists, grab rails and shower seats. Several bedrooms have 5-way profiling beds and a number are fitted with ceiling tracking hoists.
“Following the trend for fully accessible luxury self-catering accommodation, the Trust built The Straker Chalet in 2013. In contemporary Swedish style and finished to the highest standards, this luxurious chalet has three bedrooms, level entry showers, spa bath, sonos sound system throughout, a kitchen equipped with everything from a fish kettle to a melon baller and an eco-friendly hot tub on the private terrace.
“The Trust wanted to ensure that The Straker had universal appeal. Ceiling track hoists can be viewed as obtrusive and clinical, and can deter some guests.
“A feature of the master bedroom is the Integralift bedhead hoist installed by Innova. This discreet equipment answers a need without compromising accessibility or design and chimes perfectly with the innovative and stylish look of the chalet.
“The chalet has been in use every week since opening, attracting positive feedback and reviews. Guests using the Integralift have been delighted with its performance and its design.”
CHS Healthcare is the Australian distributor for Integralift product by Innova – Care Concepts.