The product is made of high-quality aluminum alloy materials, light weight, safe and reliable, for transferring patients in small space (for example inside the elevator).
It's a stair chair when open, with two wheels.
It's a flat stretcher, can load the patients.
It can be folded and place inside the ambulance.
( L xWxH) Open
( L xWxH) Folded
G. W. :
Self Weight :
Qty Cs. :
205 x 54 x 12 cm
100 x 54 x 15 cm
98 x 51 x 13 cm
Stair Chair carries people (and sometimes wheelchairs) up and down staircases. Motorized domestic these are relatively straightforward devices, although they become slightly more complicated if you have a curved or unusually shaped staircase.
Stairlift tracks usually fit the treads of the stairs, not to the wall next to the staircase, although there are some exceptions.
Most Stair Chair runs on rechargeable batteries that recharge automatically from the mains. This means they will still function in a power cut. Some are mains-powered, but will still have a small backup battery in case of a power cut.
The main disadvantage of a stairlift is cost. To buy one and get one installed, you are looking at spending at least a few thousand dollars. And this is just for a straight staircase. If you have a staircase with a bend or curve in it, it will be much more.
May require some alterations to your property. For the majority of people, this isn't really going to be an issue. But sometimes alterations need to be made to or around the staircase in order for one to be safely fitted. However, where these are necessary, they are normally minor and can be quickly and cheaply done by Nexgenmedical.
They are safe. If you ask from our company to fit a Stair Chair, they are very safe to use. In addition, when you have one installed on your staircase, people will have no problem safely walking up and down it.
Minor damage to the property to have one installed. As we said one of the disadvantages is the fit of it But the things we need to change in the home are not so difficult. The only alteration that needs to be made is a series of holes to some of the steps on the staircase to connect the track/rail to.
They are reliable. As long as they are serviced regularly and bought from our technicians, they are very reliable. Breakdowns do happen, but there are manual ways to move up or down a staircase.
They work when there is a power cut. The vast majority of run-off batteries are continuously recharged from the mains (don't ever buy a stairlift that isn't). That means that they still can be used even when there is no main electricity.
Not many good alternatives to them. Although there are alternatives to getting a stairlift installed if a person is struggling on the stairs, they are either not ideal or cheap. For many people, it is either having a stairlift installed or moving house.