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Extra Care Bariatric Lift (Models Gt1000 & Gt1000S)

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The Extra Care Bariatric Lift, models GT1000 and GT1000S, is a powered transfer lift designed for use with individuals with balance, lower extremity and severe physical disabilities, obesity or spinal cord injury. The freestanding unit has a mobile base with four casters. The rear casters lock. The manually adjustable legs extend horizontally to increase the length of the base and enhance stability; the legs retract for storage. The base supports a vertical support from which an angled boom extends. A heavy-duty sling hangs from the boom, suspended at four points. The low-profile base fits under a bed frame, chair or sofa so that the sling extends directly above the bed or other surface. The minimum required clearance is 6.75 inches. The lift operation is fully electric, and a pendant control and a push button on the vertical support are standard. The vertical lift range is 39 to 76 inches. DIMENSIONS: The base length extends from 36 inches to 60 inches. POWER: Two GT1000B batteries (not included). A charger is available. OPTIONS: Digital scale (GT1000S model); slings are available in two larger sizes; stretcher frame with sling is available. CAPACITY: 1000 pounds. WARRANTY: Five-year warranty on welded structure; one-year warranty on electrical systems.

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as of: 
03/16/2011
Additional Pricing Notes: 

14950.00 to 13800.00

Made By:

Gendron, Inc.
Gendron, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
520 Mulberry St., Suite 100
43506 Bryan , OH United States
Email address: sales@gendroninc.com
Phone: 800-537-2521
Fax: 419-636-9261
Ohio US
Web Address: 
http://www.gendroninc.com
Tags: 
Walking, Personal Care, Home Management, Architectural Elements, Seating
 
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