Medcare Pro Heavy Duty Ceiling Lift Motor Unit with Accessories - Part of the Medcare Pro Heavy Duty Ceiling Lift (up to 1000 lbs) - SPECIAL BUY - $20,000 Retail (package)
Manufactured in the United States, Medcare Ceiling Lifts are the leading transfer equipment choice for patients with limited mobility or little weight bearing capacity. Medcare Ceiling Lifts are ideal for rooms where space is limited. Medcare’s assortment of track options and components allow installation in a variety of room and building styles. Combined with Medcare’s training program, ceiling mounted lifts increase nurse and caregiver usage, therefore increasing compliance with safe handling policies. Every client is unique. A client’s needs vary considerably depending on body size, weight, level of mobility and immediate medical condition. Clients often exceed a lift’s safe working load. This creates an unsafe working environment. This product makes it possible to safely lift or transfer clients with respect and dignity.
New-in-box from either Veterans Administration Hospital or a guided missile research program. I needed one for myself and figured my customers could definitely benefit! These are brand-new, never used. Medcare is one of Minnesota's top 50 fastest growing companies and primarily sells the ceiling lifts to high use professional organizations such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and government facilities.
This includes the MOTOR UNIT ONLY from the Medcare Ceiling Lift system. This will work with most existing tracks, or you can buy the track for it as well.
Not Included (Available from Medcare or most hardware stores):
- Additional sections of track for more elaborate installations such as curved track to go into other rooms (i.e. bathroom)
- Small mounting brackets to attach track to either ceiling or walls. Varies depending on your exact configuration. $5-35
- Screws, light bulbs, and other mounting hardware
- Labor to install it. Talk to your handy uncle, someone who installs garage door openers has similar skills, or even better hire someone from your local ceiling lift dealer/installer to help you out after hours. Note: most dealers will only want to install new full price equipment direct from the factory for obvious margin reasons and they cannot get reimbursement on non-factory new units from insurance or other funding entities typically. These units are usually for private pay situations.