Maxi Sky 600 is ideal ceiling lift for routine transfers of non-ambulatory residents. Lifting capacity of 600 lbs (272 kg), it is also designed to serve for heavy duty residents. The modular track system enables flexible solutions so that track layout can always be optimized for your needs and specific working space.
Easier and safer tasks: Maxi Sky 600 is simple to operate. Regulation of lifting speed and spreader bar height is programmable from the handset. Brake, lowering system and stopping devices provides safeguard in event of an emergency.
A complete range of ArjoHuntleigh loop and clip slings covers the needs of all care facilities. Maxi Sky 600 can always be used with a sling that is optimized for the resident's comfort and safety.
ArjoHuntleigh loop and clip slings fit applicable 2-point spreader bars or 4-point DPS (Dynamic Positioning System) spreader bars. The DPs provides a safe and comfortable sling position for the patient during transfers and makes repositioning tasks easier for the caregiver.
|If a resident has fallen, it is easy and safe to perform a lift from the floor.||When full room coverage is required, X-Y (traverse) system is an ideal choice.||The track can be partially concealed in a suspended ceiling to provide a discreet solution.|
|The exchanger and turntable enable a variety of different track solutions.||A turntable provides a choice of directions outside the resident's room.|
|The exchanger is powered by the lift cassette of Maxi Sky 600 to facilitate track switching. This solution means no extra power supply needed to be installed.||Maxi Sky 600 can continue on a different track after passing the exchanger.||Two, three or four tracks can be connected at various angles to the turntable, which is also powered by Maxi Sky 600.||The gate, powered by Maxi Sky 600 is a smooth way to combine a fixed track and an X-Y (traverse) system.|
The Maxi Sky 600 system offers a wide range of possible installations and functions.
|Mobility Gallery : Suitable for Doris and Emma|
|D Doris, who has no capacity to support herself
E Emma, who is almost completely bedridden and totally dependent