The Luna Ceiling Hoist with its unique and modern spherical shape and excellent functional features, is a true example of innovative Danish design. Luna is a fixed and portable ceiling hoist in one unit. Changing Luna from fixed to portable mode, and vice versa, can be done within seconds by simply detaching and reattaching the unit to the track. No tools needed. This unique two-in-one feature makes Luna the preferred ceiling hoist for disability care facilities as it provides a flexibility of choice.
Combine Luna with Ergolet’s extensive program of ceiling and wall mounted tracks, and you have a ceiling track hoist system providing complete solutions to meet the latest requirements in the care sector. Other features include Ergolet’s patented spreader bar and sling hook system ensuring safe and simple sling attachment. The comfortable ergonomic hand control, with its clear function buttons, is designed to help make patient transfer a safe and simple task for carers.
Class leading state-of- the-art design and functionality
Weight capacity of 200kg and 275kg (patented Ergolet sling hooks - simple and safe to use)
Fixed or portable in a modular design
Charging through the hand control and wall/table charger
Emergency lowering function and brake system
Soft start and stop motor control
Electrical emergency lowering and stop
Low battery indicator (visual LED)
Charging and power on indicators
Max. capacity: 200kg / 275kg
Length of lifting strap: 2200mm
Weight: 6.7kg w/o spreader bar
Measurements: 320 x 130mm
Battery operation: 36V lead acid batteries
Charging: 100-230V. 0.5A
Housing: High impact, moulded ABS
Noise: Lwa during lifting/lowering without load is 49dB (A) Lwa during lifting/lowering at maximum load is 53dB (A)
Lifting speed down: 44mm/ sec with 89kg load
Lifting speed up: 30mm/ sec with 89kg load
No. of lifts per charge: 50 lifts of 0.5m with 100kg
ISO: ISO 10535
Versions: Luna 200kg (white/grey) Luna 275kg (white/grey) Luna room to room 200kg (white) or (grey)
Complete selection of 2, 3 and 4 point spreader bars to suit standard and bariatric needs
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