Ceiling Lift Motors

  1. Liko (Hill-Rom) Likorall 200
    Likorall 200 With Charger & 350 Sling Bar (440 lbs)
    The Likorall 200 lift motor features a 440-pound lift capacity and an 80.7” lifting interval, meaning it can lift a variety of patients and can handle floor transfers.
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  2. P-440 Portable Ceiling Lift
    P-440 Portable Ceiling Lift
    The P-440 Portable Ceiling Lift by Handicare is an easy-to-use lift featuring a lightweight design and an 80” lifting range.
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  3. HumanCare Altair Portable Overhead Lift
    Altair Portable Overhead Lift
    he Altair features an advanced technology platform that allows tracking of lift usage and visualization of collected data. Altair features a unique telescoping hanger bar that offers different widths in one product to fit any patient and resulting in a comfortable sitting position.
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  4. Monarch Portable Ceiling Lift
    Monarch Portable Ceiling Lift
    Savaria Monarch portable ceiling lift is ultra-lightweight weighing only 11 lbs. and is an ideal solution to care for users at home, assisted-living or hospital environment.
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Overhead ceiling lifts are a safe and effective way to facilitate patient transfers. These patient lifts run along track systems which are mounted to the ceiling, creating a pre-determined travel path. Ceiling lifts are common in settings like hospitals and rehabilitation centers, thanks to their efficiency and ease of use.


Overhead ceiling lifts provide one major advantage over a floor lift: Overhead lifts take up far less space. Since overhead lifts are mounted to the ceiling, they take up no floor space, which is particularly advantageous in situations where you’re working with a lot of furniture or medical equipment. When the lift is not in use, the sling can be removed or the lift can be positioned so that it’s completely out of the way. This isn’t as easy when you’re working with a floor unit, which must be wheeled between furniture and equipment in order to be stored away in a corner of the room.


Overhead ceiling lifts are powered to minimize the physical demands of the caregiver. These lifts typically include a handheld control so that the caregiver can move around while still having control of the lift. Ceiling lifts operate on battery power, and many feature an LED indicator which alerts you when the battery power is low. Overhead ceiling lifts include an emergency stopping and lowering device in order to keep the patient safe in the case of a malfunction or power outage.


Using an overhead ceiling lift allows you to create a smooth transfer for the patient. Ceiling lifts are useful for transferring patients in and out of bed, into wheelchairs or chairs, and to the bathroom. Ceiling lifts operate with the use of a sling, which provides the patient with plenty of support and stability during the transfer.


Overhead ceiling lifts help to create transfers which are safe for both the patient and the caregiver.