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Florida Medical Lifts, Inc.

1220 Biscayne Blvd.
Suite J
Deland, Florida 32724
United States
Telephone: 855-892-7221 or 352-461-7571.
Web: http://floridamedicallifts.com.
Email: jason@FloridaMedicalLifts.com.

Products manufactured by Florida Medical Lifts, Inc. (listed alphabetically)

  1. ELEVATOR 350 PATIENT LIFT Picture of ELEVATOR 350 PATIENT LIFT

    The Elevator 350 Patient Lift is a seat lift designed for use by individuals with balance, standing, mobility and walking disabilities or arthritis or spinal cord injury. This wheeled lift is lightweight and intended as an aid in lifting a person from floor level to a maximum height of 30 inches and transporting him or her, while seated, over short distances. It can be used in the home or in institutions. The lift's frame is constructed of powder coated, scratch resistant aluminum. It also features one-piece adjustable and removable tubular footrests; an adjustable IV pole mounted to the side of the frame; and handle bar grips on the top, rear bar of the frame. The lift is controlled by a handheld pendant connected to the power unit on the rear of the frame. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 42 x 32 x 30 inches. The diameter of the frame tubing is 1.25 inches. SEAT (WxD): (18, 20, 22 or 24 inches) x (18 or 20) inches. The seat height ranges from 0 (floor level) to 31 inches. Two polypropylene seat restraints are included. CUSHION: Optional seat cushions are available. CASTERS: Casters with diameters 3, 4, and 5 inches are available. Casters have individual foot-operated parking brakes. POWER: 24-volt rechargeable battery. A charger is included. CAPACITY: 350 pounds. COLOR: Variety of customized colors and paint schemes are available for the frame and seat. WARRANTY: 5-year warranty on frame and 1-year warranty on parts.

  2. ELEVATOR 700 PATIENT LIFT Picture of ELEVATOR 700 PATIENT LIFT

    The Elevator 700 Patient Lift is a seat transfer lift designed for use by individuals with balance, standing, mobility and walking disabilities or arthritis or spinal cord injury. This wheeled lift is lightweight and intended as an aid in lifting a person from floor level to a maximum height of 31 inches and transporting him or her, while seated, over short distances. It can be used in the home or in institutions. The lift's frame is constructed of powder coated, scratch resistant aluminum. It also features one-piece adjustable and removable tubular footrests; an adjustable IV pole mounted to the side of the frame; and handle bar grips on the top, rear bar of the frame. The lift is controlled by a handheld pendant connected to the power unit on the rear of the frame. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 42 x 32 x 30 inches. The diameter of the frame tubing is 1.25 inches. SEAT (WxD): (18, 20, 22 or 24 inches) x (18 or 20) inches. The seat height ranges from 0 (floor level) to 31 inches. Two polypropylene seat restraints are included. CUSHION: Optional seat cushions are available. CASTERS: Casters with diameters 3, 4, and 5 inches are available. Casters have individual foot-operated parking brakes. POWER: 24-volt rechargeable battery. A charger is included. CAPACITY: 700 pounds. COLOR: Variety of customized colors and paint schemes are available for the frame and seat. WARRANTY: 5-year warranty on frame and 1-year warranty on parts.

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