Why choose Graham-Field Lumex Stand Assist Patient Transport Lift?
- Ideal for users who require mobility aid to move easily
- Fits easily through narrow doorways
- Padded split seat swings out to allow loading or unloading, then swings back to form a comfortable and stable transport seat
- Affordable alternative to electric sit-to-stand lifts
- This patient lift is designed for residents who have the strength and stability to lift and support themselves
- Note: Personal injury - this device is designed for transport assistance of individuals between approximately 5;1" and 6;6" (155 cm and 198 cm) in height. Ensure the LF1600 properly fits the individual being transferred before use
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How to assemble Lumex Stand Assist Patient Lift?
- Place the base assembly on the floor and lock the back casters for ease of assembly.
- Insert the kneepads into the kneepad support unit. Install the two hex bolts through lock washers, flat washers, and kneepad support unit into nuts as shown above. Tighten securely with the provided wrench. Install the two plastic caps on the hex bolts.
- Attach the kneepad assembly to the two side support arms. Face the square holes on the side support arms inward; fit the square shoulder of each carriage bolt in the square hole, installing each carriage bolt through the kneepad assembly bracket and side support arm from the inside as shown above. Install the flat washer, lock washer, and acorn nut on the end of each carriage bolt as shown above. Do not tighten the nuts; some play in this assembly will be needed to assemble the entire unit
- Insert the two tubular crossbars into the holes on the seat pad and handlebar support units as shown above. Align the small holes on the cross bar undersides with the holes in the support units. Install the four button socket head cap screws through the support units into the cross bars. Use the hex key to tighten.
- Insert the kneepad side support assembly into the base brackets as shown above. The kneepads and arm curvature should be facing away from the lockable casters.
- Insert the seat and cross bar assembly into the tubes at the top of the kneepad side support assembly.
- Fasten the seat and cross bar assembly, kneepad side support assembly, and base assembly together with carriage bolts:
- Attach the kneepad side support assembly to the base assembly. Fit the square shoulder of each carriage bolt in the square hole at inside of base bracket, installing each carriage bolt through the base and kneepad side support assembly as shown above. Install the flat washer, lock washer, and acorn nut on the end of each carriage bolt as shown above. Tighten the two nuts securely using the provided wrench.
- Attach the seat and crossbar assembly to the kneepad side support assembly. Fit the square shoulder of each carriage bolt in the square hole inside of kneepad side support assembly, installing each carriage bolt through the kneepad side support assembly and seat and crossbar assembly as shown above. Install the flat washer, lock washer, and acorn nut on the end of each carriage bolt as shown above. Tighten the two nuts securely using the provided wrench.
- Securely tighten the four nuts that attach the kneepad assembly to the two side support arms, installed in step 3, using the provided wrench.
Warning: Before operating the Stand Assist, ensure that all components are properly and securely assembled and that all fasteners are secure.
How to operate Lumex LF1600 Patient Lift?
- Pull the lock/bottom on the back of the seat. Raise the two split seat units so that they are parallel to the side of the Stand Assist.
- Have the patient positioned at the edge of the surface to be transferred from. Move the Stand Assist in front of the patient. Position the patient so that her feet are firmly on the platform and her knees and shins are in contact with the two cupped kneepads.
- Lock the casters by stepping on the caster clip and pushing down.
- Have the patient grasp the cross bar closest to her and, using her own strength, pull herself up into a standing position securely on the base platform.
- Pull the ring lock on the back of the seat and open/turn the split seat. Lower both of the split seat units down into position to form a complete seat.
- Have the patient lower herself down onto the seat while keeping her knees and shins in the kneepads, and while continuing to hold the cross bar with both hands.
- Unlock the casters. Place both hands on the cross bar furthest from the patient, as shown at right, and move the Stand Assist to the new surface. Ensure that the patient is secure and in proper position as described in Step 6 before and during transfer.
- Position the Stand Assist against the new surface, ensuring that the patient will be in a position to sit down firmly and safely on the transfer surface.
- Lock the casters.
- Have the patient pull herself back up to a full standing position.
- Pull the ring lock on the back of the seat. Raise the two split seat units so that they are parallel to the side of the Stand Assist, as shown at right, to allow the patient to lower herself.
- Stand beside the patient as she lowers herself down onto the new surface.
- Ensure that the patient is safely positioned. Unlock the casters and move the Stand Assist to storage.
How to clean Graham Field Stand Assist?
- Wipe off the frame at least once a week with a soft cloth. Dry the Stand Assist immediately if exposed to moisture.
- Clean the frame every three months with a mild soap and water solution. The frame does not need to be waxed.
- Clean upholstery and plastic components at least once a month with a mild soap and water solution.
- Do not use solvents, abrasive waxes, caustic chemicals or spray silicone to clean the Stand Assist
- Do not use abrasive cleansers to clean the Stand Assist; they could scratch the finish
- Do not use steam or high-pressure cleaners to clean the Stand Assist
Graham-Field Lumex Stand Assist Patient Transport Lift User Manual
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Graham-Field Lumex Transport Lift Specifications
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Graham Field LF1600 Patient Lift Warranty
The warranted components and time period are set forth below:
- Frame - 3 years
- Parts, including casters - 1 year