- City: VANCOUVER
- Province: British Columbia
- Country: Canada
- Phone Number: 6043566899
- Listed: November 13, 2018 3:39 pm
- Expires: 56 days, 12 hours
Here it is folks!! The solution to your adaptation nightmares. Save the headache of finding a contractor to retrofit your existing structures for a fraction of the cost!
This freestanding overhead lateral lift apparatus is the best way to transfer your loved ones in a safe and comfortable manner. This piece of equipment retails into the thousands of dollars but you can take this one into your home at a considerable discount. This is a very useful, versatile and in-demand piece of critical equipment for your peace of mind and convenience.
Get in touch today before someone else snaps it up!! Pick up only in Kits.
Offering the ideal balance between flexibility and versatility, the Sequoia was designed with the caregiver and the patient/resident in mind. Easily assembled in less than five minutes, this portable free standing track system comes ready to use and doesn’t require the use of tools.
Have unleveled floors? Not a problem. The Sequoia’s unique design and multi-level capabilities accommodates for variances of up to 24′ (610 mm) in floor height. Its adjustable frame adjusts in height and length making it a perfect solution in situations where ceiling track installations are not possible.
Eliminates permanently mounting track to the ceiling
Secure fit support feet ensures stability
Track leveling indicators on posts
Self-leveling adjustment wheel
Track ends are attached by secure clamps
High-strength lightweight aluminum extrusion
Adjustable in length and in height
Configures easily for a variety of applications
Built-in trolley glides for smooth transfers
Side Pole Supports: Extruded Aluminum
Track: Extruded Aluminum
Feet: Cast Aluminum
Maximum Height: 105″ (2670 m) (floor top highest point)
Maximum Length: 108″ (2740 m) (center line of posts)
Unit Weight: 90 lbs (41 kgs)
No component weighs more than 34 lbs
Maximum Load: 400 lbs (181 kgs)
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