Sammons Preston Transfer Pole And Swing Grip
Sammons Preston Transfer Pole And Swing Grip

Sammons Preston Transfer Pole And Swing Grip

Brand/Manufacturer: PATTERSON MEDICAL
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Sammons Preston Transfer Pole And Swing Grip helps simplify standing pivot transfers and makes transfers more comfortable and safe. The pole provides essential support needed for transfers made from the bed, chair, wheelchair or commode. It is constructed of heavy gauge 1-1/4" epoxy-coated steel and adjusts in height from 92" to 100".

Item #DescPkgPrice 
926786 Swing Grip Each $135.99 $87.99
926785 Transfer Pole Each $219.99 $142.99

Transfer Pole And Swing Grip

Key Features:

  • Rubber pad on the end of the pole protects ceiling
  • Swing grip features a 20"L padded grip area
  • 14"L x 6"H swing grip provides extra assistance for transfers
  • Grip includes an extra loop handle that pivots around the pole in 3/4" increments and locks into place at each of the eight possible positions
  • No tools required for installation
  • Grip adjusts up to 39" from the floor
  • Though heavy-duty and durable the pole weighs only 11 lbs
  • Weight capacity: 200 lbs.
  • Base color: white
  • Latex free
  • Click Here for User Manual

Parts of Transfer Pole:

Sammons Preston Transfer Pole

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Prior Installation Instructions:

  • Carefully measure ceiling height to ensure it is not lower than 8 feet (2.438m). Forcing the pole to fit on lower ceilings simply will not work. Pushing the pole below minimum height could jam the thread, put too little pressure on the pole and result in insufficient support
  • If the optional Transfer Support Arm is going to be used with the pole, assemble it first

Assembly and Installation Instructions:

  • Determine the area where the pole is going to be placed, and position the Floor Mounting Plate on the floor. Set the Bottom Pole onto the connector of the Floor Mounting Plate, and tighten the screw at the bottom of the pole.
  • Hold the Adjustment Collar so the threaded side is down and the nut is facing up. Slide the Collar over the Bottom Pole. Make several turns clockwise to lower the Adjustment Collar, tighten the screws on the Adjustment Collar just enough to hold it in place.
  • Next, slide the Top Pole onto the connector of the Ceiling Bracket and tighten the screw on the Top Pole. Slide the Top Pole with Ceiling Bracket into the Adjustment Collar. Loosen the screws and start turning the Collar counter-clockwise while holding the Top Pole, until the Ceiling Bracket contacts the ceiling squarely across two joists and is secure.
  • Tighten the two screws on the Adjustment Collar, then test the Transfer Pole by firmly holding onto the pole at mid-height and vigorously attempting to force the pole from side to side. Use substantial body weight and thrust to conduct an aggressive test. If either the Floor Mounting Plate or Ceiling Bracket appear to slide or shift, tighten the Adjustment Collar by turning it counterclockwise one more turn, repeat the test until the pole will not move.

Precautions:

  • To avoid slippage, do not position the floor mounting plate on loose rugs. Make sure the pole is not too tight by mounting the pole top plate at right angles to ceiling studs. Over tightening could cause damage to the floor and ceiling.
  • After the pole is installed, check to make sure the pole has stayed tight. If not, tighten immediately. Special care should be used when installing and removing the pole. Injury and/or damage could result if the top plate falls from top section.

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At where all places can it be used?
Christeina - 4/14/2017 12:11:44 PM
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Sammons Preston Transfer Pole and Swing Grip can be used near the bed, commode, chair or wheelchair for safe and comfortable transfers.
Customer Care - 4/15/2017 12:10:16 AM
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What is the weight of the pole?
Andrew - 4/14/2017 12:10:52 PM
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Sammons Preston Transfer Pole weighs 11 lbs.
Customer Care - 4/15/2017 12:10:02 AM
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What should I do to prevent slippage?
Brettley - 4/14/2017 12:10:12 PM
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To avoid slippage, do not position the floor mounting plate on loose rugs. Make sure the pole is not too tight by mounting the pole top plate at right angles to ceiling studs. Over tightening could cause damage to the floor and ceiling.
Customer Care - 4/15/2017 12:09:43 AM
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How is the pole attached to the ceiling and floor?  If you pull on the pole at an angle will it slip or move?  I lean on a grab bar now and pull myself forward.  Would this motion move the bar?
DAVID SCHNEIDER - 8/31/2015 2:29:08 PM
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Here is a link showing the installation instructions for this product.


 I hope this helps.
Customer Service - 9/2/2015 12:32:28 AM
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