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  1. Surfer Bather Bath Lift + Airflo 12
    Surfer Bather Bath Lift + Airflo 12
    • The Surfer Bather bath lift enables the child to lie down at the bottom of the bath
    • The Surfer Bather bathlift elevates and lowers effortlessly at the touch of a button
    • Adjustable backrest and seat
  2. Mangar Bathing Cushion + Airflo 12
    Mangar Bathing Cushion + Airflo 12
    • Fully waterproof hand control
    • Lifts up to 336lbs (24 stone)
    • Powered by low air pressure using the Airflo Mk3 power source
  3. Archimedes Bath Lift
    Archimedes Bath Lift
    • Battery operated – no dangerous power cables
    • Fully waterproof hand control
    • Safety feature: will only lower you into the bath when there is sufficient battery power to raise you back out again
  4. Mangar Raiser Inflatable Lifting Cushion for Sit-to-Stand Assistance
    Raiser Lifting Cushion + Airflo 12
    • The Raiser is small so can easily be stored away when not in use, or can be used while travelling
    • Powered by the Mangar Health Airflo 12 battery powered compressor
    • Inflates and deflates at the push of a button
  5. Leglifter + Airflo 12
    Leglifter + Airflo 12
    • Minimises risk of back injury to carer by reducing or eliminating moving & handling
    • Powered by low air pressure using the Airflo 12 power source
    • Lifts legs into bed independently
  6. Mangar ELK Fall Lifting Cushion
    ELK Lifting Cushion + Airflo 24
    • Designed to be used with the help of a carer the ELK emergency lifting cushion can be used in the tightest of spaces.
    • Portable – weighs just 8lbs and folds up for easy carrying
    • Minimizing moving and handling risk – protects carers’ backs

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What is a Patient Lift?

Patient lifts provide extra stability for mobility-impaired individuals during everyday transfers. They reduce caregiver strain and ensure loved ones can safety transition between environments without injuries. Whether you’re transferring from the bed to toilet, wheelchair to car, or any number or situations, we can help you find the perfect lift to accommodate your needs. 

Selecting a Patient Lift: Basic Types

Manual Lifts

Manual lifts gently lift the patient through hydraulic levers. These are affordable lift options, and do require a limited degree of caregiver manpower to operate. 

Electric Lifts

If you’d like to decrease the degree of caregiver strain when transferring, consider an electric lift. Powered by a battery pack or plug-in cord, these lifts can raise a patient with a push of a button. 

Portable Lifts

Portable lifts are designed to easily fold down when not in use or break apart for travel. Easily exit a car, or station this lift in various areas of your home to assist with daily transfers. 

Sit-to-Stand Lifts

For those with some degree of mobility who struggle only with rising from a seated position, a sit-to-stand lift is the solution. These lifts support a patient’s existing muscle control and strength, helping them safely rise to a standing position. 

Additional Specialty Lifts

There are a wide number of additional specialty lifts which are built to perfectly accommodate other transfer situations in everyday life. Consider installing a ceiling lift in your home to minimize caregiver strain and deliver an identical lift every time. Bath or pool lifts are excellent options for water transfers. In the case of bariatric patients, heavy-duty patient lifts are avaiable for any weight capacity. 

What Should I Consider When Purchasing a Patient Lift?

Caregiver strength: To what extent can the caregiver manually adjust, push, or carry the lift? If not at all, an electric lift may be a great fit. 

Weight: What patient weight requirement does your lift need to accommodate?

Portability: Where will you be using your lift? Do you need to move it between rooms? Fold it down for storage? Travel with it?

Size: Given the size of your living space, can your lift maneuver around tight corners or hallways? Will you be lifting from bulky furniture, requiring an adjustable base?

Add-ons: Consider which slings you’d like to use with your lift (mesh, U-shaped, padded, etc) and other add-ons such as integrated digital scales or back-up power batteries. 

If you have any questions about selecting the right patient lift for your needs, we encourage you to contact our team of product specialists!