a PDF Product Sheet

a PDF Product Sheet
PRODUCTS + SERVICES
OUR PRODUCTS
OUR SERVICES
CEILING LIFTS
SLINGS
TRACKS AND HARDWARE
FLOOR LIFTS
DESIGN
PLANNING
INSTALLATION
TRAINING
MAINTENANCE
FEATURING
MAKING THE
HEALTHCARE DIFFERENCE
Welcome to all healthcare architects, planners, interior
designers and healthcare professionals.
The purpose of this Planning and Product Guide is
to assist you in planning effective patient handling
solutions.
Ceiling lifts provide an aesthetically pleasing addition to
any new or retrofit facility. Extremely functional in design,
with no demand on valuable floor space, ceiling lifts offer
a great advantage in the delivery of excellent care.
Head Office
2508 Bridge Street
Victoria, BC V8T 5H3
TF: 1-800-977-0721
FX: (250) 383-7099
California
#108-510 Myrtle Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Offices In:
Kelowna, British Columbia
Olympia, Washington
Portland, Oregon
www.angelsolutions.com
With over 14 years experience, Angel Accessibility Solutions
Ltd. has designed and installed more than 4500 systems
into over 100 facilities. During that time, our clientele
has recognized and appreciated the quality of our products
and services. Our success is a result of superior customer
service, knowledgeable and well-trained staff and services
extending far beyond the simple sale of a product.
We offer complete turnkey packages that initiate
with consultation and continue through planning,
implementation, training, maintenance and ongoing longterm customer service. In addition, we support changing
healthcare needs of our clients with customized products
and design and evolving technology.
If ceiling lifts are part of your larger healthcare strategy,
we will work with you to ensure your goals are met with
cost efficiency and a high quality of customer service.
Angel Accessibility Solutions represents products
manufactured by Waverley Glen Systems Ltd. With a
total of over 30,000 systems installed, Waverley Glen
is a leading developer and manufacturer of ceiling lift
products. Angel is a leading full service provider of ceiling
lift systems.
Angel Accessibility Solutions…Leaders in injury prevention
since 1994.
SERVICES
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ANATOMY OF A CEILING LIFT SYSTEM
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PLANNING
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TURNKEY OPERATIONS
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TIPS PROGRAM
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PRODUCTS
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LIFT SYSTEMS
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SLING SYSTEMS
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TRACK SYSTEMS
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SELF STANDING SYSTEMS
& FLOOR LIFTS
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HOVERMATT AIR TRANSFERS 39
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REPOSITIONING AIDS
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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ADDENDUM
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ANATOMY OF A
CEILING LIFT SYSTEM
A. Structural Attachment Point
F. Charging Station
K. Sling
The engineered connection point where the ceiling lift equipment is connected to the building.
The location (either mid-span or end of track)
where lift docks for battery recharge. See Tracks
page 37.
Slings support safe transport or positioning of
patient. Connect to carry bar via straps. Refer
to “Anatomy of a Sling” page 28 and Products
section, Slings, pages 29-33.
B. Drop Rod
For lift system installation under a T-Bar or other
suspended ceiling. Refer to page 52 for technical information.
C. Ceiling Bracket
Ceiling brackets support the lift track. Refer to
Mounting Details page 37.
D. Ceiling Rail (Track)
The ceiling rail or track serves to carry the lift head
(motor) or other lift accessories. Refer to Tracks
page 36 and Technical section pages 42-55.
E. Traverse Boom (Track)
A moving section of track to which the lift motor
is attached. The traverse boom attaches to the
gantry to allow the lift to move in an X-Y axis.
Refer to Technical Section pages 42-55.
G. Gantry Wheels
Wheels ride inside the fixed rails and attach to the
gantry boom. Tracks Page 37 or Technical section
pages 42-55.
H. Lift Head (Motor)
L. Trans Gate
The mechanism facilitating the transfer from
an X-Y configuration to a single rail leading to
another room. Refer to Products Section, Tracks
page 37 and Technical Section, page 49.
Refer to “Anatomy of a Lift” illustration on
pages 22-23. Selection of lift type depends on
functional requirements. Refer to “Planning” on
pages 6-13.
M. Monorail to Toilet
I. Carry Bar
N. Open Door Header
Connecting point for patient slings. Connects to
lift via lift strap. Refer to Products section, Lifts
pages 22-25.
Opening above the doorway where track passes
through to next room. Refer to Technical Section
pages 42-45.
J. Lift Strap
Connects lift to carry bar. Raises and lowers via
controls and motor.
A single section of rail that provides access to
the toilet. Refer to Page 43.
PLANNING
CEILING LIFT SYSTEMS
“Looking back, the best
thing we ever did …
was spend the time getting our plans together for what we would want to
happen if we got money for ceiling lift systems. We spent time meeting with
vendors and learning the benefits of various features and configurations. Angel
Accessibility Solutions was very helpful at this stage, always bringing us back
to…“What will work for the residents and clients?” They obviously had lots of
experience that they were willing to share freely, even in advance of the vendor
proposals and this really helped us to learn and plan.
Marjorie Brims
Manager, Workplace Health and Safety
Interior Health Authority, British Columbia
After seeing the lifts in action and talking to the managers and front-line
caregivers we were tempted to discard our plans for development of a detailed
implementation strategy document. We simply wanted to say…”Look, this the
right thing to do, anyone can see that!” However, good leadership kept us
questioning, going further and further into the ‘…what if…’ and ‘…what about
that? By the time we did receive the news that we had the go-ahead—most
of the real work was done. Even today, as we continue to install systems I
remain grateful that we did that upfront planning and I believe that our results
demonstrate the benefits of addressing the barriers and opportunities at the
planning stage”
Planning to make significant changes in the physical building or the care routines in
any healthcare facility is a complex exercise that involves many people. Planning to
achieve those changes while also improving quality of care and staff safety may
seem overwhelming. However, with the right patient handling solution based on
ceiling lift system installation, all goals can be achieved and a return on
investment demonstrated.
“Return on Investment” is a collection of factors, all of which are critical to a well
managed operation. The following questions are important for any facility or organization
planning ceiling lift systems as part of their patient care and staff safety programs.
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Financial …
Can we afford it and will it pay for itself? What savings can we expect to make in
comparison to the cost of the system? What is the evidence of payback periods from
other comparable facilities?
Effectiveness …
How much would ceiling lifts contribute to achieving our goals for management
of our human resources and for quality of patient care? Is there any evidence that
the indirect, direct and opportunity costs will be outweighed by decreased injury,
orientation or training costs?
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Efficiency …
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Impact …
Is this the best value for our available resources? Is there a better way for us to
reduce costs and improve quality of care for this investment of funds?
Will the benefits justify the overall costs? Is there evidence of other benefits e.g.
social, physical etc that would fit with our goals?
WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS OF CEILING LIFT SYSTEMS?
When considering possible installation of a ceiling lift system, all potential impacts must be considered. For those
that are perceived as negative, it is important to bring them into open discussion for dialogue. Otherwise the process
of change may be undermined and delayed. For impacts that are seen as positive, they should be celebrated and
acknowledged for the contribution they make towards improving the quality of healthcare.
Impact on staff
• Increased morale and empowerment of frontline staff
Impact on patients, residents
or clients
• Improved retention, recruitment and return-to-work strategies
• Increased safety during transfers or repositioning
• Decreased physical demand on frontline staff
• Decreased anxiety about being transferred
• Decreased injury costs related to moving and assisting clients
• Increased comfort during care, fewer bruises or
skin tears
• Need for education and training time
• Learning curve and temporarily reduced skill levels
• Requirement to change practice—alteration of care routines
and habits
• Requirement to follow safe work procedures and policy
• Reduction of transfer choices—from preference to safety
• Increased staff time for patient care
• Increased likelihood of change of position (bed/chair)
during the day
• Consistency of transfers and repositioning with
different staff
• Adaptive clothing considerations if transferred in
a sling
• Increased safety for those without good insight
into their abilities
• Less energy expended on poor quality transfers
and repositioning
• Feel less of a burden to the staff
• Improved quality of transfer
PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS FOR CEILING LIFT SYSTEMS
Patient Care
Mechanical
Immediate and long-term uses and needs, setting (home,
institution), program requirements
Sprinkler location, bathroom ceilings, smoke detectors, door
headers, privacy curtains
Staff Care
Electrical
Staff input and assessment of needs, training requirements,
ease of use
Lighting, electrical capacities and outlets
Structural/Engineering
Room layouts, structural requirements,
track configurations/mounting
Products and Services
Warranties, customization, consultations, installation, training,
ongoing support
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A CEILING LIFT SYSTEM
Ease of use
Quality and expectation of longevity
• Simple product design that makes sense to users
• Warranty periods minimum of two years
• Easy to learn and operate
• Slings and lifts proven to last, provide an economy of use
• Configurations that meet the patients’ needs
• All components designed for rigors of healthcare use with
long term viability
• Design drawings that clearly illustrate function for staff
• Design and construction that Maintenance can endorse
• Clear training and user instruction materials
• Sling design that meets care needs and facilitates comfort
• References from users having a minimum of three years
history with a product
Safety
• CSA and/or UL approved safety features
• Meets OHSPD certification specifications
• Meets seismic standards and regulations
• Systems installed by qualified, experienced personnel
• All drawings certified by structural engineer
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A SERVICE PROVIDER
• Knowledge of patient handling issues
• Customization to facility and client needs when needed
• Planning and design that focus on client needs
• Maintenance service contracts
• Experience with privacy curtain issues and solutions
• Timely access to reasonably priced parts
• Ability to advise on custom sling requirements and design
• Training—care staff, maintenance, families if needed
• Turnkey installations incorporating staff input
CONSIDERATIONS WHEN SELECTING
OVERHEAD LIFT SYSTEM PRODUCTS (LIFTS/SLINGS)
Fixed Lift Motors vs Portable Ceiling
Lift Motors
A fixed ceiling lift motor (C 625) is a unit that resides in the
track system and functions as a permanent system component.
This lift’s advantages include higher lift capacity, easy-to-use
battery charge, proven longevity and an easy-to-use and
unobtrusive carry bar.
The portable ceiling lift motor (P 425) can be moved from room
to room, to different tracks and offers greater flexibility of use.
The unit can be easily connected and disconnected. Because
of use and portability, it will usually have a shorter life span.
The motor unit acts as both motor and carry bar, from which
the sling is suspended. Anterior and above the patient in its
positioning, this model is more obtrusive than a fixed lift
carry bar.
For both fixed and portable ceiling lifts, coverage is defined
by track configuration. Maneuverability options range from
precise placement and maneuverability with an X-Y gantry
to more limited configurations of single rail tracks (see track
configurations, page 10-11). The ability to transfer from one
track to another or from one room to another via a turntable
or auto-gate further extends the coverage area of a lift device.
SLINGS
A sling in the healthcare setting can be defined as any transfer
device that is suspended from a lifting device.
In terms of priority, the most important considerations
for sling selection are:
• Safety, support and comfort of patient
• Ease of use
• Proper sizing for secure support and safety
• Easy washability and maintenance
X-Y Gantry
Sling applications include seated transfers, standing support,
walking, turning and repositioning. Specialized applications
include lift chairs for swimming pools, transfer boards for
imaging and special slings for operating rooms.
BOOM
Slings range in design complexity and ease of application.
Generally, slings offering the most support require more
involved steps to apply.
PICK UP AREA
For our complete selection of sling products, refer to the Slings
section on pages 26 to 33.
TRACK CONFIGURATIONS
CEILING SUPPORT TRACK
When planning track configurations, the primary recommended
considerations are:
• Coverage area for patient handling
• Mobility/Maneuverability requirements
• Ability of track configuration to meet coverage and
healthcare needs
For effective and safe patient handling, track configurations
should meet the required coverage area to perform all necessary
patient handling tasks. Otherwise, usage of ceiling lift systems
may become onerous and may result in caregivers reluctant to
use them. Consequently, this could result in underachievement
of a no-lift policy as well as a poor return on investment.
In terms of configurations, there are four standard layouts
ranging from greatest coverage and maneuverability to the
least. The following are typical examples (ranging from greatest
range/maneuverability to least) and can be customized or
combined to meet any specific situation.
A three piece system with two parallel
fixed rails and a perpendicular moving
“boom” permitting coverage under the
entire x-y rail system. Advantages include
optimal mobility/maneuverability (easily
made adjustments front and back, side
to side), full coverage of the bed, easy
transfer to chair, floor pickup. Performance
having the greatest range of tasks within
a coverage area is possible with this
configuration.
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Spider or Multi-stop
Turntable
J-Track
Straight Monorail
TURNTABLE
PICK UP AREA
PICK UP AREA
PICK UP AREA
TRACK
J TRACK
TRACK
A set of single rail straight and curved
tracks and a central turntable. Enables
mobility along the line of the track with
the added benefit of changing track
direction at the turntable point. Suitable
for rooms with multiple beds or where
a change in track direction enables
extra pick up and drop points, track to
bathroom and track to couch/easy chair.
Limitations include a reduced coverage
area (along track line only) and reduced
maneuverability options.
A single rail straight and curved track
in the shape of a J. Provides coverage
from bed to chair or stretcher,
boosting or lifting up in bed and aids
in repositioning. Limited in coverage
area and maneuverability options.
A single straight rail track running
either perpendicular to or directly
over a bed. Allows pick-up in bed
and transfer to wheelchair or other
equipment. Limited in repositioning,
flexibility of furniture placement and
transfer options. Least usable of any
system. Functions in an environment
such as Operating Room.
ROOM LAYOUTS
The following are sample room track configurations for different medical areas. Different needs (listed below) in each area
require a ceiling lift system designed to meet safe transfer requirements for staff and patients.
CEILING SUPPORT TRACK
CEILING SUPPORT TRACK
BOOM
IV TRACK
BOOM
Imaging Room
SINK
Intensive Care Unit
Requirements in MRI and Cat Scan Test areas
Patient handling requirements for Intensive and Critical Care Units
• Transfer to/from wheelchair to/from diagnostics table
• Transfer stretcher to bed
• Bed to wheelchair, easy chair or commode
• Repositioning in bed
• Diagnostics (imaging)
• Change bed linen
EXAM LIGHT
TRACK
CHARGER
TRACK
Operating Room
Main functional requirements during surgical operations
• Transfer to OR table
• Transfer supine patient from table to stretcher
• Turn patient if required
Pool
• Change room transfers
• Access into and out of pool and hot tub
• Transfer into/ out of pool using sling, pool chair, stretcher or other
attached device
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PARALLEL BARS
BOOM
Rehabilitation
WALL MOUNT
CURTAIN BOOM
CEILING
SUPPORT
TRACK
Semi Private Room
Requirements for Rehabilitation
Acute Care or Residential
• Walking sling for use with parallel bars and to provide safety support
on stress test treadmill
• Stand Assist sling
• Transfer to plinth for seating assessments and physiotherapy
• Stretcher to bed
• Transfer wheelchair to/from bed
• Lift from floor
• From bed to easy chair or commode
• Option to have transfer through gate to bathroom
• Reposition and turn in bed
• Provide support for changing, dressing, washing, toileting, bed care
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HEATER
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CEILING
SUPPORT
TRACKS
BOOM
CEILING SUPPORT TRACK
X-RAY SUPPORT
AND GANTRY
BOOM
Tub Room
X-Ray Room
Bathing Transfers
Requirements in X-Ray
• Wheelchair/stretcher to and from tub/toilet
• Bather support in tub
• Transfer to/from wheelchair to/from x-ray table
• Support by the x-ray unit
X-RAY SUPPORT
TRACKS
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“We have over 1800
ceiling lifts installed …
in Interior Health—a health region in British Columbia, Canada. Although the
vast majority of these have been provided by Angel Accessibility Solutions,
we have had installation from 4 other ceiling lift providers. As a result of
our experiences with these alternate vendors, it was most evident that the
products are quite similar. What separates Angel Accessibility from their
competitors however and why we, as a health region, have now established
a regional contract with them, is the expertise, training and ongoing services
they bring to our specific health care facilities and our organization. Angel
Accessibility Solutions is considered part of our safety team both from
a corporate level as well as a site level. They do not hesitate to provide
additional training as needed, even when asked to do so at our most remote
sites, and are continually sharing new injury prevention solutions both in new
products or successful processes/procedures established in other facilities.
Leslie Gamble
Ergonomic Specialist
Interior Health Authority
In my seven year history with Angel Accessibility Solutions, I have not received
one complaint from a site regarding the installation process—their installers
have been most professional in working around the needs of the patients/
residents and staff. They have also set the Interior Health standard for “turnkey” installation and on-going support which we now expect from all to
establish with all major safety equipment vendors.”
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ENSURING EFFECTIVE RESULTS OVER THE LONG-TERM
Angel Accessibility Solutions
Sourcing overhead lift equipment is easy. Companies will gladly sell you their product. Few however, offer a truly
comprehensive service package with consultation, planning, installation, implementation, training and maintenance, and
continue this relationship with the customer over many years.
For the past 14 years, Angel Accessibility Solutions has been doing just that. Having been at the forefront of ceiling lift
installations in British Columbia, we have now installed approximately 4500 systems in over 100 different facilities in
British Columbia, California, Oregon and Washington. Angel Accessibility Solutions has acquired the experience and tools
needed to effectively plan, implement and maintain ceiling lift systems for long term use.
While our relationship with our customers begins at the consultation stage, it does not end once the final lift system has
been installed. Our success has resulted from ensuring that customers’ needs are met through the delivery of effective
systems and ongoing support. Quality of care is our highest priority.
COMPLETE TURNKEY OPERATIONS
Angel Accessibility Solutions Ltd. offers the following services as part of its turnkey operations package:
1 Design and Planning
3 Configuration and Lift Trial Testing
•Detailed design and planning with our
experienced staff
•Trial tests of track configurations and lifts allow
customers to test applications, determine effectiveness
in the environment and ensure that healthcare needs
are met
•Full set of plans
•Full structural designs and drawings
•Engineering approvals and stamped drawings
•Trial of installed lift systems is available for 90 days
or a flexible period
•OHSPD approved in California - #OPA-0752
•Shop drawings for all installations
4 Sling Trial Testing
•Privacy curtain layout design
2 Quality Products
•Sling trial packages contain a sample of each sling
that would be used in the particular facility or setting.
They are provided for a trial period to determine which
slings best meet healthcare needs
•Waverley Glen manufactured products with warranties
•Customized slings and sling designs available
•Other product lines to complement your ceiling lift
systems for a total healthcare solution
•Slings can be exchanged if unopened for a period of
90 days from original purchase
•Angel Accessibility Solutions Ltd. provides ongoing
service and maintenance for every product sold
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5 Installation
•Full installation service and coordination
•Arrangement for minimal disruption during installation
•Experienced installers sensitive to the healthcare
environment and provide high quality service
•Installation under requirements of Infection Control
Standard Can/CSA Z317.13-03
6 Training
•Staff training includes lift operations, track function,
sling usage and different sling applications in a handson session
•TIPS (Total Injury Prevention Systems) trainees receive
a training certificate and a recognition lapel pin
•Training DVD with training program modules
10 Completion Package
After lift installation is complete, a full completion
report includes the following:
•Room layouts with track (as per installation)
•Engineering
•Commissioning and weight testing forms
•Structural details
•Contact information
•Lift specifications models and serial numbers
11 Service Log
•Service log with lift servicing records
•Service records stored in Angel Accessibility
Solutions’ database
•Service reports provided upon request
7 Instructor Training:
“Train the Trainer”
•“Train the Trainer” program for staff who will guide
other staff
•Two day session addressing sling assessment, tips on
sling usage and application
•Training DVD with training program modules
12 Customization
•Custom room layout design
•Custom sling applications
13 Warranties and Maintenance
•Full service warranties
8 Sling Maintenance Training
•Preventative maintenance programs
•Training for laundering, sling maintenance and sling
safety inspection
14 Ongoing Support
•Assistance on sling management (ie: custom ID labels)
•User Group meetings as needed
•Follow up evaluations
9 Service Maintenance Training
•On-site troubleshooting and lift service training
•2.5 hour session covering various lift features and
the most common maintenance problems/issues
•Service manual provided to maintenance staff
•Customer support
TIPS – TOTAL INJURY PREVENTION SYSTEMS
Encompassing Angel Accessibility Solutions’ complete turnkey package is the
TIPS program – a comprehensive patient-handling program that begins at initial
consultation and continues until well beyond the final installation, for as long
as customer service is needed.
TIPS is based on 14 years of patient handling experience and has been
designed to ensure success in the elimination of patient handling injuries.
Time and time again, we have seen the success of TIPS for our customers and
in delivering a system that is effective and meets the Return on Investment
objectives. Its combination of proper planning, installation, maintenance,
training and ongoing support operate together in delivering a program that
works over the long term. Guaranteed!
The Program Covers:
1. Consultation: determine injury reduction priorities and policy
2. Planning: assess patient handling demands
3. System design
4. Project management
5. Installation
6. Sling selection, demonstration and trial kits, evaluations
7. Sling guarantee with exchange program
8. Staff training with certificate and pin acknowledgement
9. Training DVD with modular chapters
10. Monitor statistics and review activity
11. Policy and procedure guides in accordance with compliance regulations
12. Injury Prevention Management Consultant available for further assessments
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LIFT SYSTEMS
“I am writing to recommend
Angel Accessibility Solutions ...
as a company and the Waverley Glen ceiling lift systems as a product. We
have had Angel ceiling lifts in place at Baker Lodge (an extended care facility
in Quesnel, British Columbia) for just over one year as part of a musculoskeletal
injury prevention pilot project in Northern Health.
We are currently in the process of our one-year evaluation, and although we
do not have complete results available at this time, initial indications are
that the number of staff musculoskeletal injuries, as well as the number of
incidents involving resident aggression during care, have decreased. We believe
these changes are a direct result of integrating the use of ceiling lifts into care
routines (including bathing).
Helen Coleman BScR (PT)
Ergonomic Advisor
Employee Health Services
Northern Health
Angel Accessibility Solutions has provided excellent service including design
work, installation, staff training, and repairs/service. I would be happy to
discuss our experience with Angel Accessibility Solutions and the Waverley Glen
products at any time.”
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ANATOMY OF A LIFT
A. Traverse wheel set
D. Curly cord airline
G. Lift strap
K. Removable cover
Wheels inside the track allow
the lift to move easily. Manual or
power traverse options. Refer to
Lifts section, page 25.
An expanding-retracting cord
connecting the pneumatic hand
control to the lift.
A retractable nylon strap connects
lift to carry bar. Strength exceeds
three times lift capacity.
Covers and protects internal
components, batteries and manual
lowering tool.
E. Grommet
H. Emergency lower cord
L. Label
Connection point between airline
and lift. Designed for easy connection and easy maintenance/replacement. Refer to Lifts section
page 24.
Used in case of pneumatic hand
control failure. Bypasses circuit
board and uses power to lower the
patient. For emergency only. Refer
to Lifts section page 24.
Provides manufacturers’ information (production date, serial
number), lift model and maximum
weight capacity.
F. Carry bar
I. Manual lowering access
Used to suspend the sling from
multiple attachment points.
Attaches to lift via lift strap. Varied
designs and sizing to suit different
applications. Refer to Lifts section,
page 24.
An additional safety measure in
case of power lowering malfunction. By using an allen key, lowering can be accomplished manually.
Refer to Lifts section page 24.
B. Charging contacts on wheel
Point of contact between charger
and lift in the dock for battery
recharge.
C. Pneumatic hand control
A device with 2, 4 or 6 pressure
sensitive buttons controlling lift
operation. Refer to Lifts section
page 24.
J. Digital diagnostics readout
LED readout with scrolling information on battery life, number of lifts,
functions. Refer to Lifts section
page 24.
M. Traverse arrow directions
Located on the underside of the
lift. Colour coded directional arrows
correspond with colour coded hand
control buttons.
N. Charge Indicator
Indicates when charger on.
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1 Angel C 625
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2 Angel P 425
Our flagship lift, the C 625 is compact, sleek
and powerful, and is capable of supporting up
to 625 lbs. A full feature lift with the highest
base capacity of any in the fixed lift class. The
C 625 is the ultimate in design and function,
based on 20 years of experience and research
by the manufacturer Waverley Glen.
3 Angel T 800
The P 425 is a portable lift with onboard
or hand controls with a weight capacity
up to 425 lbs.
A lift capable of supporting weight loads up
to 800 lbs. An updated 1000 lbs model to be
released in the near future.
Call for availability.
1 Angel C 450
The C 450 offers the same functions and
aesthetic as the C 625. It differs only in
weight capacity of a 450 lb maximum.
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4 Pneumatic Hand Controls
4 button/6 button hand controls
enable mobile lift control.
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7 Emergency Cord / Grommet
/ Lift Strap
The red emergency cord
disconnects power and
immediately stops the lift.
The retractable central lift strap
extends down and connects
to the carry bar. The grommet
connects the pneumatic hand
control cord into the lift.
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5 Digital Screen Readout
The digital readout indicates
diagnostics such as number of
lifts and battery level.
8 Manual Emergency
Lowering / Rising Device
Found on the side of the lift is
a manual option operated by an
allan key.
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6 Carry Bar
A suspended bar from the lift
strap utilized for connecting
slings and carrying the patient.
9 Angel P 425 Onboard
Controls
Onboard controls complement
a pneumatic hand control
and provide necessary control
options for maneuvering the lift.
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LIFT SPECIFICATIONS
Angel Overhead Lift Model Specifications
Lift Models
Angel C 625
Angel P 425
Angel C 450
Angel T 800
Manual Traverse
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Power traverse
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Power X-Y system
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Lifting weight capacity
625 lbs (283 kg)
Max 425 lbs (193 kg)
450 lbs (204 kg)
800 lbs (364 kg)
1000 lbs (454 kg)
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Features
Pneumatic controls
On-board controls
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Digital display (LCD)
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Audible low battery
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Soft start-stop
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Auto shut-off
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Changeable carry bar
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Return to charge option
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Safety Features
Emergency Stop
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Emergency power lowering
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Emergency manual raising or lowering
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Fail safe over-speed governor
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Built-in safety limits
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Slack strap sensor
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Specifications
24 volt battery system (non spill, no memory)
Up/Down speed
Traverse Speed (power traverse model only)
Total Depth – Track & Lift
Lift Weight
Lifting Height
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.15 ft/s (.045 m/s)
.083 ft/s (.025 m/s)
.15 ft/s (.045 m/s)
.083 ft/s (.025 m/s)
max. 1 ft/s (.304 m/s)
variable speed
1 ft/s (.304 m/s)
max. 1 ft/s (.304 m/
variable speed
14"
21"
14"
20"
22 lbs (10 kg)
14.5 lbs (6.5 kg)
22 lbs (10 kg)
43 lbs (19.5 kg)
84" (2.1 m)
77" (1.96 m)
84" (2.1 m)
74" (1.9 m)
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SLING SYSTEMS
Angel Accessibility Solutions offers the
most complete range of slings ...
and lifting devices available, of which all are manufactured by Waverley Glen
Systems Ltd.
Often referred to as the “software” component of a lift system, slings are
designed to meet a range of patient needs - from optimal support to maximum
mobility. They are adaptable and can accommodate a range of tasks including
lifting, transferring, lifting from floor, repositioning, standing and walking.
In addition to the standard sling models, Angel Accessibility Solutions provides
specialty slings such as boards for imaging, OR slings and seats/slings for use
in pool environments.
As part of our complete TIPS package, Angel Accessibility Solutions ensures
that customers’ needs are met through trial testing of different models,
sling customization and ample training so all staff are knowledgeable and
comfortable in the healthcare environment.
For further information on Angel Accessibility Solutions products and services,
please visit www.angelsolutions.com or call 1-800-977-0721.
making the healthcare difference
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A. Fabric
C. Attachment loops
E. Straps
G. Side loops
Available in nylon, mesh, quilted
or padded materials. Refer to Products Section, Slings, page 33
Multiple colour coded attachment
loops attach to carry bar or portable
lift and allow for adjustments to
optimize patient comfort. Refer to
Products Section, Slings, page 33.
Enable the secure fastening of sling
for patient stability and comfort.
Function as handles to assist in
positioning and adjustment of
body angle.
B. Label
Identifies serial number, weight
capacity, size, washing instructions.
Refer to Products Section, Slings,
page 33.
D. Sling colour
Colour coded stripes on the posterior side of the slings indicate size.
Refer to Products Section, Slings,
page 33.
F. Optional head support
Provides additional support and
available for the universal sling
only. Refer to Products Section,
Slings, page 29.
H. Optional sling identification
Used for identification purposes.
Useful for tracking while laundering.
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ANATOMY OF A SLING
1
1 Universal Sling
A quick fix sling that is easy to
apply and remove while patient
is in a seated position. Used
for bed to chair transfers and
toileting. Requires some head
and neck control and body tone.
2
2 Universal Sling with
Head Support
Provides head support for
patients with limited neck
and head control.
3
3 Hammock Sling
Provides total body support
including head & neck.
Distributes body weight
through the thighs and back
area and is well suited for a
double leg amputee.
Small opening at the buttock is
smaller than universal sling but
still allows for toileting.
4 Hygiene Sling
Primarily used for toileting and
bed-to-chair transfers. Design
enables change of undergarments
while suspended in the sling.
Additional support for this
easy-to-apply sling is available.
Requires upper body control
(do not use if shoulder joint
is compromised).
4
5 Quick Step
An advanced flexible sling design
for weight bearing transfers while
providing support in a semistanding position. Utilizes ceiling
or floor lift and weighs less than
18lbs – easy for a single caregiver
to attach. Design includes foot
plate, adjustable soft knee pad
and hand grips.
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6 Band Sling
Ideal for supporting limbs to
facilitate change of dressing on
arms/hands/legs/feet or to elevate/
hold limbs during surgery.
7 Stand-transfer Sling
Mobilizes patient from sitting to
standing position and provides
support for individuals who may
be unsteady on feet. Assists
patient in regaining strength.
Used in rehabilitation setting.
8
8 Walking Sling
Designed for weight bearing clients
who require upper body support
while having freedom of movement.
Used in rehabilitation setting.
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9
9 Positioning Sling
Used for bed management to
turn/roll a patient from side
to side or to move/position
patient in bed. For ongoing
maintenance, this sling is
positioned and remains on bed
underneath individual. Used for
bed to stretcher transfers or any
supine transfer.
10
10 Transfer Board
A white high density polyethylene
transfer board made from
radiolucent material used in
x-ray and imaging departments.
Straps are separate from board
and clip on for lifting so board
can be left on imaging table.
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11 Pool Chair
A stainless steel chair with
four locking stainless steel
caster wheels. Straps attach
to an overhead lift and a seat
belt provide stability. Suited
to weight bearing clients
transferring into the chair and
lowering via a lift instead of
climbing into the water by use
of a ladder.
Slings
Universal
Hammock
Mesh
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Quilted
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Padded
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Hygiene
Positioning
Band
Walking*
Stand Transfer **
Materials
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Nylon
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Sizes
Junior
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Small
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Medium
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Large
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X-Large
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XXL-Large
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Custom
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36x51”
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42x78”
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36x70”
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Custom
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Colors
Blue
White
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Green
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Black
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Options
Buckle
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Velcro
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Ease of application
Easy
Moderate
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More difficult
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Support provided
Fair
Medium
Greatest
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* Walking sling is specifically designed so weight bearing individuals can ambulate safely.
** Full support standing sling provides more support than a walking sling. It is designed to assist a person to stand
and to perform a weight bearing transfer.
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FABRICS
MESH
QUILTED
PADDED
NYLON
FEATURES
1 Sling label
2 End loops
3 Small sizing – red
4 Med sizing – yellow
5 Lg sizing – green
3
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4
5
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TRACK SYSTEM
AND COMPONENTS
Angel Accessibility Solutions provides
a complete selection ...
of track systems and components for the design and assembly of any ceiling
lift system. Going beyond the sale of its high quality Waverley Glen product
line, Angel Accessibility Solutions ensures proper planning, installation,
training and maintenance of lift systems, including tracks and components.
Our experienced personnel are well trained in product installation for different
health care environments and are well equipped in meeting specialized needs,
designs and structural challenges. We ensure that every piece of your system is
carefully integrated and that the finished product will meet your delivery needs.
For further information on Angel Accessibility Solutions products and services,
please visit www.angelsolutions.com or call 1-800-977-0721.
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TRACK SYSTEM
(refer to technical section, pages 42 – 55)
1
1Track
The Track is used in single track system
applications or as the parallel support rails
for a gantry (‘H’) system. Also used as the 90
degree or 45 degree curves.
2
2SuperTrack
The SuperTrack is used as a traversing boom.
Can also be used as the parallel support rails
for a gantry (‘H’) system. Typically used for
longer spans.
4
490 Degree Curve Track
Curved tracks are used to change direction
of tracks in a single track system. The 90
Degree Curve can be used with other straight
or curved tracks.
3
3TrackPlus
The TrackPlus is used as a traversing boom.
Can also be used as the parallel support rails
for a gantry (‘H’) system. Typically used for
longer spans, 5 to 6 m between attachments.
5
545 Degree Curve Track
Curved tracks are used to change direction
of tracks in a single track system. The 45
Degree Curve can be used with other straight
or curved tracks.
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... AND COMPONENTS
(refer to technical section, page 49)
6
6Ceiling Brackets (3" & 6")
The 3" Ceiling Bracket is used to
fasten the track to the building
structure. Brackets are spaced
for load distribution. They
transfer forces to the building
structure. The 6" Connector
Bracket is used in the same
capacity, but connects or splices
two pieces of track together.
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10 Multi-Port Turntable
16 port
The Multi-Port Turntable provides
the end-user with ultimate
flexibility in lift and transfer
situations that demand a wide
range of locations. The turntable
provides 15 different ceiling
track take-off points each at 22
degrees. The turntable is easily
rotated with the use of a simple
pull cord mechanism.
7
7Traversing XY Gantry
Trolley Set
(Gantry Wheels)
The Traversing XY Gantry Trolley
Set is used to connect the
traversing boom to the parallel
support rails for a gantry (‘H’)
system. Available in manual and
power traversing models.
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11 Quick-Fit Turntable 4 port
The Quick-Fit Turntable provides
the end-user with 3 different
ceiling track take-off points each
at 90 degrees. The turntable is
easily rotated with the use of a
simple pull cord mechanism.
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8End-Stop &
End-Stop Safety Pin
The End-Stop prevents the lift
and/or the Traversing XY Gantry
Trolley Set from rolling off the
end of the track. The End-Stop is
located inside the track typically
at the end of each track, but
can be adjusted and located
anywhere along the track. The
End-Stop Safety Pin acts as a
redundant stop.
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12 Trolley Assembly
The trolley assembly is a
traversing wheel block located
in the track. The portable lift
is attached to the trolley with
a manual charging device.
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9Charger End-Stop
The Charger End-Stop is
essentially an End-Stop
integrating a charger station
to charge batteries in the
ceiling lift.
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13 Auto Gate
The auto gate enables a transfer
between a gantry and a single
track. It does not require an
electric actuator nor a pull cord.
In moving the lift to the track
and through the gate, an auto
gate pin slides into a beveled
holder which locks the tracks in
place until the lift returns.
SELF STANDING SYSTEMS
1Sequoia
Offers flexibility and versatility,
the Sequoia is a two frame
system used in conjunction
with the portable P 425 lift.
This frame is often used as
a temporary measure in the
home environment. It is easy
to assemble and disassemble
in most settings and is easy to
adjust for the best coverage.
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2
Offers solid support for up to
800 lbs. Standard dimensions
are 10' x 10' with an X-Y gantry
system. Custom sizing is possible
for larger or smaller spaces. Well
suited for a temporary lift solution
or for a bariatric patient.
FLOOR LIFTS
1S 440
A sit-to-stand lift designed to
assist patients from a seated
position to standing. Leg supports
extend laterally for weight
distribution and optimal stability.
Weight capacity: 440 lbs.
2F 550
A floor lift designed to
transport patients suspended
in a sling. Leg supports extend
laterally for weight distribution
and optimal stability.
Weight capacity: 550 lbs.
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2
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A. Fabric
Nylon twill (70 x 100 denier) with
heat sealed seams. Coated with
breathable polyurethane coating. Treated with waterproofing,
bacteriostat, anti-static and flame
retardant compounds.
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B. Label
Identifies serial number, weight
capacity, size, washing instructions.
A
C
B
C. Loops
Function as handling grips for
lifting/transfer.
E
D. Air supply
F
D
Motorized air pump for matt
inflation. Non-corrosive stainless
steel canister.
E. Hose
Connects air pump to matt. 5'
standard lengths. 25' lengths also
available for MRI.
F. Connection
Insertion point of hose to matt.
G. Safety Belt
Used to secure patient.
ANATOMY OF A HOVERMATT
The Hovermatt system is used to move a patient from one level surface to another level surface with little or no effort on
a cushion of air. The Hovermatts are available in a range of widths up to 50".
1Hovermatt
Placed under a patient and
inflated with a motor pump.
Once inflated, the matt is
easily movable.
2HoverJack
A series of matt chambers
sequentially stacked and
connected. Inflates from the
bottom up, providing a
“jack” effect to elevate patients
from the floor to prepare for a
lateral transfer.
3Halfmatt
An inflatable short matt used
for seated post-operative
patients with or without lower
body feeling and function.
4Safety Slide
A padded emergency evacuation
mat used to slide patients
down stairs when elevators are
non-functional.
REPOSITIONING AIDS
1Multiglide Sheets
A loop of low friction antistatically treated nylon fabric.
Allows easy multidirectional
movement of patient. The
multidirectional glide increases
sheet versatility.
2Air Glide System
This pressure relieving system
is comprised of a low pressure
air mattress, two special twoway cotton top sheets. Allows
repositioning while maintaining
skin tissue viability.
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2
3
3Swivel/Pediturn/Onward
Turntable
A low friction, circular swivel
cushion used on a car, seat
or bed. Provides assistance in
maneuverability.
The Pediturn/Onward Turntable
are low friction turning discs
suitable for turning a sufficient
weight bearing person.
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4
5
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Designed for supine lateral
transfers from bed to bed/
stretcher/theatre table/x-ray/
shower trolley.
54 Way Glide
A two part system developed for
frequent turning/repositioning on
a bed or for lateral transfers. The
cotton top quilt can be “locked”
in position to prevent further
movement i.e. when sitting a
patient up in bed.
6Multi-Glide Gloves
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An effective aid in reducing friction
when handling patients. Glove
carefully glides under patient
for repositioning and checking
therapeutic seating surfaces.
7Mole X-Ray System
Made from radiolucent material,
the mole consists of a two part
plastic board and low friction
nylon bag for x-ray plates. Slides
under patient.
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TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
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Track layouts
(single room)
BOOM
CEILING SUPPORT TRACK
X-Y ROOM COVERAGE
Lift access to the entire bedroom area.
Transfers around bed and lift from floor
available. No access to toilet via track.
Private Room X-Y Gantry
TRACK
MONORAIL
Single rail direct to bathroom.
Allows repositioning in bed.
Monorail to Bathroom
X/Y GANTRY
TRANSGATE
X-Y ROOM COVERAGE WITH AUTOGATE
Transgate to Bathroom
Provides full room coverage and a
switch to go from the gantry system
into the bathroom.
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Types of Rail
There are three types of rails: Track, SuperTrack and TrackPlus. Each type
of rail is available in various lengths.
Tracks are used in singletrack monorail systems.
Either straight or curved
Tracks, or combinations
thereof, are used to meet
various requirements.
Track is used as parallel
support rails for gantry or
“H” systems. It is available
in 90 degree and 45
degree curves. Curved
tracks are used to change
direction of tracks in a
single-track system.
SuperTrack is normally used
as a traversing boom. It can
also be used as the parallel
support rails for a gantry or
“H” system where longer
spans are required.
TrackPlus is used as a
traversing boom and can be
used as the parallel support
rails for a gantry or “H”
system where longer spans
are required.
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typical number of ceiling brackets per length of track
track length
typical no. of
ceiling brackets
per track length
approx. spacing
6ft
3
36"
8ft
4
32"
10ft
4 to 5
40" to 30"
16ft
5 to 7
48" to 32"
90 Deg. Curve
4 to 5
32" to 24" *
45 Deg. Curve
4 to 5
32" to 24" *
Note: 1) No. of brackets may vary depending on building structure requirements
2) maximum deflection L/200
Curved Track
90 Degree Curve
‘U’ Shape minimum
‘S’ Curve minimum offset
90 Degree Tracks
45 Degree Curve
45 Degree Tracks
‘S’ Shape minimum offset
3) * measured along arc
Gantry or ‘H’ Systems – underhanging traverse boom
An underhanging traverse boom is a room covering system providing the most functionality and area coverage. The
boom has a 5" clearance from the ceiling clearing most ceiling devices, such as light fixtures, smoke detectors or similar
ceiling mounted devices.
SuperTrack and TrackPlus parallel support rails can also be substituted for the track parallel support rails where longer
spans are required.
MAX
MAX
6"
9"
TRACK
5
1/8"
TRACK
8 1/8"
TRACK
5 1/8"
8 3/8"
SUPERTRACK
MAX
1'
TRACK
5 1/8"
11"
TRACKPLUS
Gantry or ‘H’ systems – inset traverse boom
A traverse boom inset between fixed rails provides greater lift clearance with a greater lifting height. Valuable in rooms
with lower ceiling heights.
Because the boom is closer to the ceiling, clearance is reduced for light fixtures, smoke detectors, sprinklers and other
ceiling mounted fixtures.
TRACK
RAIL
SUPERTRACK BOOM
TRACKPLUS
RAIL
SUPERTRACK BOOM
SUPERTRACK
RAIL
SUPERTRACK BOOM
TRACKPLUS
RAIL
TRACKPLUS BOOM
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Track Accessories
There are several track accessories to meet many requirements.
The multi-port turntable
provides added flexibility
for monorail system
installations. The turntable
has 15 different directions off
at 22 1/2 degree increments.
The Quick-Fit Turntable is a
smaller version of the MultiPort providing the end-user
with 3 different ceiling track
take-off points.
The Transgate permits a
ceiling lift to travel between
a gantry traversing boom
and a single take-off track.
The Gantry trolley/wheels
connects the traversing boom
to the parallel support rails.
Available in manual and
power traversing.
Endstop and
Endstop Safety Pin
Charging Specifications
The Ceiling lift is battery operated and must be returned to a predetermined charging location. The charger is typically
wall mounted and must be plugged into a nearby electrical receptacle. The charger comes with a 6ft cord. However, it is
recommended an electrical plug be installed near the location of the charger and charging location for aesthetics.
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Wall Mount Systems
The Wall Mount System is an alternative method to mounting a single track or Gantry system from wall to wall where
fastening to the ceiling is not possible. Mounting to the ceiling is still the preferred method and should be used before
considering the wall mount system. There are two types of wall mount systems: wall mount post system and wall mount
bracket system.
WALL MOUNT POST SYSTEM
There are specific requirements that must be met
before considering the wall mount post system:
•The drywall must be at least 3/8" thick
•Drywall must be free of defects and moisture
•Distance Spanning
•Proper rails must be used
•Tracks can not be installed on angles greater than
45 degrees to the posts
WALL MOUNT BRACKET SYSTEM
There are specific requirements that must be met
before considering the wall mount bracket system:
•Blocking in walls or
•Wood studs must be present for surface mounting
•Distance Spanning
•Proper rails must be used
•Tracks can not be installed on angles greater than
45 degrees to the posts
Mounting Details
Typically the track is surface mounted to the finished ceiling using a 3" ceiling bracket. However, it is possible in certain
situations to recess the track in a suspended T-bar ceiling so that the bottom half of the track is visible. This can provide
a more aesthetically clean look. Ceiling mounted devices such as smoke detectors and sprinklers must be taken into
consideration as the traversing boom is raised and the clearance to the ceiling is reduced.
Note: all support structures must be verified for applicable loads & forces prior to installation.
CONCRETE STRUCTURE
The track can be
directly mounted to the
concrete or suspended
from the concrete using
threaded rod and strut
lateral supports.
STEEL STRUCTURE (OPEN
WEB STEEL JOISTS)
Typically Unistrut is
fastened to the steel
structure and the track
is suspended using
threaded rod and
Unistrut lateral supports.
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WOOD STRUCTURE
Wood Joists
In certain cases track
can be directly mounted
to wood joists. Unistrut
can also be used to span
between joists to fasten
the track to. Wood blocking
between joists can be used
as an alternative.
Engineered Joists
Wood blocking between
engineered joists is the
ideal method. In certain
cases Unistrut can also be
used to span between joists
to fasten the track to.
Wood Trusses
Typically Unistrut is spanned
on top of the bottom chords
of wood trusses and a short
length of threaded rod is
used to connect the track to
the support structure. Wood
blocking can also be used
between the bottom chords.
Installation Considerations
STRUCTURAL CONSIDERATIONS
Wherever possible, architectural floor plans, reflected
ceiling plans, building cross-sections and structural plans
should be made available. Detailed knowledge of building
structure should be obtained. All building and support
structures must be verified for applicable loads & forces
prior to installation.
MECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Sprinklers, ducts, vents, radiant heat panels, etc. must be
taken into consideration when planning the installation of
ceiling lifts. Moving any mechanical devices can be expensive
and requires completion by an authorized contractor.
ELECTRICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Lights, smoke detectors, etc. must be taken into
consideration when planning the installation of ceiling lifts.
The electrical receptacle for the charger must be located
close to the charging location. Moving any electrical
devices can be expensive and should be completed by an
authorized contractor.
ASBESTOS
If asbestos is present and will be impacted by the installation
of ceiling lifts, health regulations require it to be removed
by an authorized contractor before the installation can
proceed. Asbestos abatement can be expensive.
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ADDENDUM
The following are sources of information on overhead lift
systems, injury prevention and research.
Angel Accessibility Solutions is an affiliation or member of
the following:
WORKSAFE BC
www.worksafebc.com
Ceiling Lift Selection, Design, and Implementation
http://www2.worksafebc.com/Portals/HealthCare/
CeilingLiftResources.asp?ReportID=31672
INTERIOR HEALTH AUTHORITY
www.interiorhealth.ca
Ceiling Track Lift Implementation Manual
http://www.interiorhealth.ca/NR/rdonlyres/
C64B1633-DC83-4926-A2B8-EF1101691980/1369/
April17CeilingTrackLiftImplementationManual.pdf
CENTER FOR HEALTH DESIGN
www.healthdesign.org
THE CENTER FOR HEALTH DESIGN
www.healthdesign.org The Center for Health Design is a leading research and
advocacy organization of forward-thinking healthcare
and design professionals who are leading the quest
to improve the quality of healthcare through building
architecture and design.
Its mission is to transform healthcare settings - including
hospitals, clinics, physician offices, and nursing homes
- into healing environments that contribute to health and
improve outcomes through the creative use of evidencebased design.
Research on Ceiling Lifts
http://www.healthdesign.org/research/reports
/workplace.php
CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
www.calhealth.org
OCCUPATION HEALTH AND SAFETY AGENCY FOR
HEALTHCARE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
www.ohsah.bc.ca
Based in Sacramento, CHA is the statewide leader
representing the interests of hospitals, health systems
and other health care providers in California. CHA includes
nearly 500 hospital and health system members, and
more than 200 Executive, Associate and
Personal members.
Multiple articles on patient handling
http://www.ohsah.bc.ca/?feature=search&section_id=&tpid
=558&searchSection=none&search_term=patient+handlin
g+solutions&submit=Search
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
www.va.gov
Veterans Affairs Sunshine Healthcare Network, Patient
Safety Center of Inquiry, Tampa Florida
http://www.visn8.med.va.gov/patientsafetycenter/
WAVERLEY GLEN SYSTEMS LTD.
www.waverleyglen.com
Manufacturer of ceiling lift systems and other patient
handling solutions
CHA provides members with state and federal
representation and advocacy in the legislative and
regulatory arenas through an agenda designed to improve
access to quality, cost-effective health care services.
A special thank you to Marjorie Brims, Leslie Gamble, Dan
Donahue and Helen Coleman.
Angel Accessibility Solutions ...
combines a wealth of experience with great product and customer service
that makes for a very positive experience in dealing with a relatively
new technology.
Angel gave me confidence because of the complete package it offers, including
no cost product trials, fast quality installations, follow-up education and training
with direct care staff, on-site engineering solutions, a solid price with no add-on
costs and experienced user group access for real time help with challenges.
Dan Donahue, M.Ed.
Director Employee Health
Providence St. Peter Hospital
Olympia, Washington
Working with Angel has been great. They know the business like know one
else. They have a great product at a great price and can install and provide
service and training like no other.
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