Prism Medical Sequoia Free Standing Lift System

The Sequoia Patient lift system encompasses portability, accessibility, quality, and adaptability. The Sequoia is extremely easy to set up, taking just under 5 minutes, eliminating the hassle that installing some permanent track systems can cause. One very important feature of the Sequoia is its adaptability on uneven floors, tackling slopes and inclines with ease-retaining an extra 24” of extra lifting room due to its multi-level accommodations. With the strength of a conventional patient lift and the flexibility of a portable lift, the Sequoia combines the best of both worlds.

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  • Semi-portable design combines the benefits of both a permanent patient lift and a portable lift
  • Alternative solution to having a permanent ceiling mount, while still retaining a lifting load of over 400 lbs
  • Secure fit retains the strength of a permanent lift without the hassle of permanent installation
  • Track level indicators are marked on post to allow for easier elevation adjustments
  • Self-leveling adjustment wheel makes fitting the lift to your specific floor much easier and more convenient
  • Secure clamps ensure both ends of the track are stable and not prone to unwanted movement
  • Easily adjustable length and height to fit your specific needs, as well as the layout of your room/floor
  • Built-in trolley guides allow for easy transfers, smoothing out the ride for the patient
  • Backed by 101 Mobility’s One-Year Limited Service Warranty as well as the manufacturers 1-year product warranty
  • Side Pole Supports: Extruded Aluminum
  • Track: Extruded Aluminum
  • Feet: Cast Aluminum
  • Maximum Height: 105” (2670 m) (floor to highest point)
  • Maximum Length: 108” (2740 m) (center line of posts)
  • Unit Weight: 90 lbs (41 kg) with no piece weighing more than 34 lbs
  • Maximum Load: 440 lbs (200 kg)
  • Safety Features
    • Secure locking feet ensure stability

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