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Item Details

Curator Patient Hoist

ILC Reference NO 44:22:014
Item sourced from ILC ACT database


Short Description
An electrically powered hoist designed for both domestic and healthcare facility use. The hoist can be installed in a fixed position or detached and use in a separate room or area. Two small wheels are located on the motor unit at the base of the mast to enable the hoist to be moved to different locations (without an occupant). In each location the hoist must be attached to the wall with 2 wall mounting brackets. Operates off mains power.

More Details
Shower area. Bathroom and/or toilet. Bedside / Bedhead. Above ground spas and pools.
Portable - can be wheeled vertically or horizontally . Has extra wheel on
top of the mast.

Stainless steel with aluminium mounting brackets.

The electromechanical equipment is enclosed within the base of the hoist which has the effect of decreasing overall mass.


The grip / cross beam of the hoist is shaped like an anchor and can be used either as an overhead monkey bar by the client or as the attachment for the slings used.
The long boom may be difficult to get through doors/hallways in domestic

The current version has wheels at the base to allow ease of movement from one room to another.

Pneumatically operated buttons are positioned on the side and base of the anchor shaped section of the boom and can be operated by either the carer or the occupant.

In the event of a power failure, a wind down handle on the mast can lower the hoist.

A range of slings are available for use with the Curator.
1. General purpose sling.
2. Sling with head support (both styles are available with padding or mesh fabric for use in the shower).
3. A three piece mesh sling.
4. Stretcher with lifter sling.

Attachment is via two mounting points on the wall. The weight of the hoist however rests on the floor. Extra brackets can be positioned at other locations throughout the building to allow for transfer of the hoist to areas of common usage eg. bathrooms, toilets and bedrooms. Unscrew bolts to lift out of brackets.
Distance pieces (or spacers) are available for mounting to wall where a
skirting board or other obstacle may protrude. Brackets with bearing
plates are provided for timber stud wall construction.

POWER: 230V / 50Hz.

SPEED: 20 mm / sec.

. A 10 minute demonstration video is available for viewing at the ILC.

Overall Length   (mm)         1360
Overall Height   (mm)         2200
Weight Overall   (kg)           18
Load Capacity    (kg)          140
Lifting Range    (mm)   700 - 1800

Place Of Manufacture
Erlau (Germany)

Price Guide
Refer to supplier details for pricing.

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