STANDING FRAME SYSTEM
The mobility and size of the SIIS allows staff to transfer and stand patients in their room rather than moving the patient to the therapy gym to perform sit to stand and standing activities. In addition the SIIS has been designed for use as a sit to stand trainer, assisting patients that cannot stand from 90 degrees at the hip and knee. The adjustable height, seat lift and backrest are all controlled with an easy to use hand control.
Chest plate, knee blocker and transfer bars are all included with the purchase of the SIIS Standing Frame System. These features allow for even more productivity, including trunk control and core strengthening.
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|Size :||34" x 66"|
|Frame :||Powder coated steel 14 gauge chrome plated steel transfer bars.|
|Adjustable Backrest:||0 - 90 degrees|
|Adjustable Seat Lift:||0 - 70 degrees|
|Table Height :||18-1/2" to 34-1/2"
(16" travel distance)
|Leg lifting capacity:||300lbs|
|Seat lift- lifting capacity:||500 lbs|
|Backrest support capacity:||500 lbs|
|Distance between transfer bars inner receivers:||23"|
|Distance between Transfer bars outer receivers:||27"|
|Seat lift dimensions :||21.5” W X 17”D|
|Backrest dimensions:||21.5” W X 28” H|
|Leg lift dimensions :||21.5” W X 18” H|
|Electrical System :||24v battery and 120v power charging system|
|Lifting Columns :||Powered by Linak Back-lit digital displays (displaying patient weight-height of platform-degrees of backrest, seat lift and leg lift|
|Plug :||Hospital grade|
|Foam :||2" high density foam treated with anti-bacterial and anti-microbial agents that will provide resistance to the following: Bacillus Mycoides, Klebsiella Pneumoniae, Proteus Vulgaris, Staphylococcus Aureus, Salmonella Choleraesuis, Bacillus Cerus, Enterococcus Faecalis, Escherichia Coli. (AATCC Test method 147-1993).|
|About the included features :|
|Knee Blocker :
When the knee blocker is attached to the front of the transfer bars it functions as a type of standing table. The patient's knees are prevented from collapsing which helps them maintain an upright position. As a result, the patient is able to weight bear through both of their lower extremities.