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IndeeLift

Intended for lifting people from the floor and up to standing

IndeeLift is a self-developed series of passenger lifts, intended for lifting people from the floor and up to standing height. From January 2021, 3 different lifts will be marketed for 150 kg / 200 kg / 250 kg respectively. The lift should help the elderly in their own home if they have problems falling and getting up to stand up again. With a lift available, they do not need outside help so municipalities can save on SUSU assistance. The slightly larger and more powerful models are intended for professional use and the largest can be used by rescue services for patient transports. Your National Partner for Mobility Stairclimbers & Vacuum Posture Cushions

See also: Raizer II, Raizer I

INDEELIFT

IndeeLift is a self-developed series of passenger lifts, intended for lifting people from the floor and up to standing height. From January 2021, 3 different lifts will be marketed for 150 kg / 200 kg / 250 kg respectively. The lift should help the elderly in their own home if they have problems falling and getting up to stand up again. With a lift available, they do not need outside help so municipalities can save on SUSU assistance. The slightly larger and more powerful models are intended for professional use and the largest can be used by rescue services for patient transports.

MODEL HFL-300

Model HFL-300 can lift max 150 kg, and is thought to be used in your own home . If the elderly resident has problems with falling and getting up again, the person may push himself in over the seat plate and lift itself up to standing height again, just at the touch of a button ...it's simple and easy. We imagine that the municipalities lend the lift to the elderly, who have a need and which the SOSU assistant assesses, are able to operate the lift and thus benefit from it.

MODEL HFL-400

Model HFL-400 can lift max 200 kg, and is thought to be used in nursing homes and residences where you want a slightly more powerful model than the HFL-300. Today, the slightly larger cranes are typically used, where 2 assistants lift the resident up from the floor in a bag and, for example, back to bed.

With an IndeeLift, a single assistant can complete the task relatively easily and quickly, while the other assistant is freed up for other tasks. Once the lift is charged, you can use it wirelessly for a long time without a cord.

MODEL HFL-500

Model HFL-500 can lift max 250 kg, and is thought to be used by rescue services for all types of driving in ambulances, ambulances, fire trucks, etc. With this powerful model, it is possible to lift the patient up and roll away (like a sack truck) even down stairs. So many heavy and cumbersome lifts can be avoided and it becomes easier to move people out of narrow places in multi-storey buildings and to get them down to a waiting vehicle. The HFL-500 is installed in many rescue vehicles in the United States.
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How to buy

Our equipment is available for purchase by private individuals as well as professionals.
Professionals: Available direct, complete the booking form below to arrange your free, no-obligation assessment.
Private individual: Dependant on your means, it may be available free from your local Council.
It is always worth contacting your local Social Services to see what support is available to you.

If you live in a non-Council owned home, you may be eligible for a Disabled Facilities Grant. This is discretionary funding provided by the Government through the local Council and does not have to be paid back. It is subject to certain eligibility criteria. However, the cost of our stairclimbers (comparable to a quality stairlift) means it may be available through the local Council through other channels eg equipment stores, depending on your local Council’s policies.

If your home is owned by the local Council, you may be able to have the equipment free through other sources. Contact Social Services for guidance.

The Council will most likely arrange for you to be assessed by an Occupational Therapist, who will look at what changes/ equipment you need to be able to continue to undertake daily living activities (ADLs).

More information is available here:
https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/..
https://www.gov.uk/disabled..
https://www.independentliving.co.uk/

Alternatively, there are many charities that may either fund or purchase the equipment for you. Details can be found here:
https://www.disability-grants.org/..

For private purchase, we would need to visit to assess you, and your home to determine the most appropriate configuration for you.
This is completely free, with no obligation. Please complete the form below.

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