Patient Lifter – Drive Medical – Sit-to-Stand – Novaltis

R42,000.00 R22,999.00

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Patient Lifter – Drive Medical – Sit-to-Stand – Novaltis

(1 customer review)

R42,000.00 R22,999.00

The Drive Novaltis enables users to be quickly and efficiently transferred from bed to chair, chair to commode/bathroom etc. in a fraction of the time required for a conventional sling lifter.

  • Made in France!
SKU: PLDMNovaltis Category:

Description

Sit-to-Stand Novaltis Patient Lifter

The Sit-to-Stand Novaltis Patient Lifter enables users to be quickly and efficiently transferred with ease.
The Novaltis requires the user to participate with the lift/transfer.
This encourages the user to remain active as long as possible.
It easily transfers users from bed to chair, chair to commode/bathroom etc. in a fraction of the time required for a conventional sling lifter.

Sit-to-Stand Novaltis Patient Lifter Features:

  • Allows the user to participate with the lift/transfer
  • Made in France
  • Low castors for better access under beds
  • Ergonomic push handle
  • Users can be quickly and efficiently transferred
  • Allows the user to participate with the lift/transfer encouraging the User to remain active
  • Easily transfers users from bed to chair, chair to commode/bathroom etc quickly and easily
  • Low castors for better access under beds
  • Large knee pads for safe and secure transfers
  • Reliable Dewert electric motor system (Made in Germany)
  • Ergonomic push handle
  • High weight capacity of 175 kg (27.5st)

Sit-to-Stand Novaltis Patient Lifter Specifications:

  • Overall Width of Base
    61cm (24”)
  • Overall Length of Base
    94cm (37”)
  • Base Height
    9cm (3.5”)
  • Push Handle Height
    79-101cm (31-40”)
  • Inner Feet Spacing
    54-81cm (21-32”)
  • Lifting Weight Capacity
    175 kg (27.5st)
  • Product Weight
    39 kg (77lb)

1 review for Patient Lifter – Drive Medical – Sit-to-Stand – Novaltis

  1. Ian Fraser

    The Novaltis Sit-to-Stand is a very easy to operate assistance to get a disabled person upright and transferred to a chair or other. The operation is extremely simple and only requires that the sling or support be correctly positioned. It is easily operated by one person, other than the patient, acting alone. The patient needs some minimum effort, if only to sit upright before transferring from sitting in one place to another – e.g. from bedside to wheelchair or other. The patient, when standing, feels very secure. It is a further step in progress from completely immobile to independence. It has made a big difference to my wife, who is slowly regaining independent movement after a long period of complete immobility.

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