Hoyer Advance Aluminum Professional Portable Patient Lift
Hoyer Advance Aluminum Professional Portable Patient Lift

Hoyer Advance Aluminum Professional Portable Patient Lift

Brand/Manufacturer: JOERNS HEALTHCARE
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Hoyer Advance Aluminum Professional Portable Patient Lift is compact, yet able to perform an outstanding range of transfers. Whether from the floor or onto a healthcare bed, the Advance copes with ease. The Advance unique tapered leg design allows the lift to get even closer to the widest of obstacles. This is especially useful when encountering large chairs, bulky commodes, and wheelchairs. The tapered design also ensures that the resident feels safe and secure during the transfer

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  • ORDERING DETAILS
  • Lift
  • Access Sling
  • Access Sling with Head Support
  • Total: $1890
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  • Warning:
    Do Not:
    Lift a patient unless you are trained and competent to do so
    - Exceed the safe working load of the lift
    - Use a sling unless it is recommended for use with the lift
    - Attempt to maneuver the lift by pushing on the mast, boom or patient
    - Push a loaded lift at speeds, which exceed a slow walking pace (2.6 ft/sec)
    - Push the lift over the uneven or rough ground. Particularly if loaded
    - Attempt to push/pull a loaded lift over a floor obstruction
    - Park a loaded lift on any sloping surface
    - Use electric lifts in a shower
    - Use or store a lift in a wet or corrosive environment such as shower, bath or pool locations
    - Charge batteries in a bathroom or shower room
    Always:
    Carry out the DAILY checklist located towards the end of the manual before using the lift
    - Plan your lifting operations before commencing
    - Familiarize yourself with the operating control and safety features of a lift before lifting a patient
    - Check the sling is suitable for the particular patient and is the correct size and capacity
    - Fit the sling according to the instructions provided
    - Check the safe working load of the lift is suitable for the weight of the patient
    - Carry out lifting operations according to the instructions in the user manual
    - Lock the wheels when lifting from the floor
    - Maneuver the lift with the handle provided. A foot push pad is also provided

Specification

Particulars

Electric

Hydraulic

Maximum Overall Length

51.2"

49.2"

Minimum Overall Length

49.2"

47.2"

Maximum Overall Height

73.2"

72.6"

Minimum Overall Height

53.5"

53.1"

Weight

69.7lb

59lb

Safe Working Load

341lb

341lb

 Folded Dimensions:

Height

17.7"

16.9"

Depth

46.5"

46.5"

Width

21.7"

23.0"

Spreader Bar Maximum Height

66.5"

64.6"

Spreader Bar Minimum Height (usable)

15.4"

15.4"

Height at Maximum Reach

46.1"

33.5"

Reach at Maximum Height

25.6"

28.0"

Reach at Minimum Height

13.8"

15.4"

Maximum Reach

32.9"

33.5"

Turning Radius

55.9"

41.0"

Legs Open - Internal Width

39.4"

43.7"
Legs Open - External Width2.5"43.7"
Legs Closed - Internal Width2.4"21.7"

Legs Closed - External Width

26.4"

25.2"

Overall Height of Legs

4.5"

4.7"

Ground Clearance

1.2"

1.2"

Front Twin Casters

3.0"

3"

Rear Braked Casters

4.0"

4"

Electric Shock Protection

Charger

Class II

Class II

Lift

Internal power source

Internal power source

Degree of Shock Protection

Charger

Type B

Type B

Lift

Type B

Type B

Intended operating environment

>+5°C <+40°C

>+5°C <+40°C

Electrical Specifications

Batteries

24vDC rechargeable sealed lead acid type

24vDC rechargeable sealed lead acid type

Battery Capacity

3.2A Ampere hours

3.2A Ampere hours

Charger Rated Input

100-240V AC 24 VDC 50/60Hz

 100-240V AC 24 VDC 50/60Hz

Charger Rated Output

29.5 VDC, Max. 19W

29.5 VDC, Max. 19W

Warranty

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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Can this lift be used to transfer a patient from a wheelchair to a car?
George Miller - 10/6/2016 4:13:12 PM
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Customer Care - 10/7/2016 1:08:35 AM
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Is there any daily check list?
Esther - 9/11/2014 7:41:51 AM
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The following checks should be carried out on a daily basis and before using lift.
  • Make sure the lift moves freely on its castors.
  • Make sure the spreader bar is free to rotate and swing. Check the spreader bar is firmly attached to the boom.
  • Examine the sling hooks on the spreader bar and side suspenders for excessive wear. If in doubt - do not use.
  • Examine slings for fraying or other damage. DO NOT use any sling if damaged or if the sling shows signs of wear.
  • Make sure the legs open and close correctly.
  • Operate the hand control or the hydraulic unit to confirm the boom raises and lowers satisfactorily.
  • Confirm the lift is not giving a low battery alarm when the hand control is operated (electric lifts only). If the alarm sounds DO NOT use and place on charge immediately.
  • ON electric powered lifts check the operation of the emergency stop button.
  • ON hydraulically operated lifts check for hydraulic fluid leakage. Any leakage should be reported to a service engineer immediately and the lift should not be used until it has been repaired.
Customer Care - 9/15/2014 7:54:01 AM
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What safety checks do I need to perform before operating the lift?
Todd - 8/16/2014 7:22:21 AM
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Following are the safety checks: 
  • The legs are fully engaged from the stowed position. 
  • The mast is fully locked into position. 
  • The legs of the lift open and close satisfactorily. 
  • The red emergency stop button, located on the rear of the control box, is in the ON (out) position. 
  • Push the up and down buttons on the hand control and confirm the boom rises and lowers. 
  • Fit the power pack to the lift and make sure the latch holding the pack in place is fully engaged. “Click” in place. 

HYDRAULIC MODELS ONLY 
  • Close the hydraulic unit release valve by turning the knob clockwise on the unit.
  • Pump the handle of the hydraulic unit and confirm the ram raises the boom. 
  • Open the release valve fully anticlockwise and check the boom descends. An unloaded boom will not come down under its own weight. It may be necessary to apply some pressure to the boom before it will descend.
Customer Care - 8/22/2014 5:44:54 AM
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How do I disassemble the lift?
Peter - 8/11/2014 12:30:23 AM
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  • Lower the mast to the lowest possible position, then insert spreader bar into retaining cradle.
  • Release leg-locking device (pulling it away from the cast base), close legs tightly together.
  • Loosen mast locking device lift the mast and boom assembly, and fold carefully toward the legs. Use the push handle to assist this motion.
  • Lift the folded Advance upright (using the legs and push handle as a guide) being careful that the mast and boom stay together as you tilt upright.
  • Pull the restraining strap sharply upwards and extend over the wheels. (This will keep the legs, mast and boom neatly together during transit and storage).
Customer Care - 8/11/2014 11:45:43 PM
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How do I assemble the lift?
James - 7/31/2014 12:34:24 AM
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  • Remove all the parts from the carton and place on the floor, taking care to protect the finish from damage. Lift the Advance carefully from the carton. Stand the lift in the upright position (in a triangular stance).
  • Release the leg and mast assembly by unfastening the restraining strap from the wheels. This strap will retract neatly into the top of the mast section.
  • Lay the Advance flat on the floor (ensure rear castors are securely locked).
  • Lift the mast assembly upright (using the top of the push handle), and drop the mast into the slot, tighten mast lock knobs, release braked castors.
  • Open legs fully. ENSURE leg-locking knob inserts flush against the base casting and the legs will no longer move freely. The legs will then only operate by the use of the foot pedal mechanism located at the rear of the base.
  • Release spreader bar from retaining cradle, and the lift is ready for operation.
Customer Care - 8/1/2014 12:33:37 AM
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