- Helps lift fallen patient
- Lifts up to 700 lbs.
- Low pressure air lifts patient gently
- Back support brings patient to sitting position
- Self contained system
- Comes with carrying case
You Save: $900.00
The Camel (Complete Air Moving Elevating Lift) is an air powered cushion designed to sit up and lift a fallen person from the floor. Operated by the Airflo low pressure power source, the Camel offers an extremely stable and stress-free lift that can be performed independently or with assistance from a caregiver.
The Camel has a maximum lifting capacity of 700 lbs and is particularly useful in bariatric patients while minimizing caregiver risks. The cushion is made of lightweight, durable plastic that easily folds for storage. The Airflo compressor is battery powered so that Camel can be used anywhere including outdoors.
How to use the Camel
Step 1 - Roll the individual on their side, unroll the Camel and place flat on the floor parallel to the individual.
Step 2 - Roll the individual onto the Camel.
Step 3 - Turn on the Airflo compressor and begin to inflate making sure that the individual is stable.
Step 4 - When the Camel is completely inflated the individual can stand up. The use of a SafetySure Transfer Sling (item 3011) or SafeySure Transfer Belt can assist in the standing process.
|Inflated Seat Height||21.5"|
|Inflated Seat Width||28"|
|Inflated Seat Depth||19"|
|Inflated Backrest Height||32.5"|
|Product Weight (deflated)||14 lbs|
|Weight Capacity||700 lbs|
*Warranty The warranty is given against defects in material and workmanship and comprises piece, parts and labor. The guarantee is not valid in the case of fair wear and tear, willful damage, common neglect, misuse or unauthorized alteration or repair by unqualified persons. The following statements do not affect the consumer’s statutory rights. This product is sold on the understanding that in the event of any defect of manufacture or material appearing within the warranty period, the defect will be rectified free of charge providing that: (a) Reasonable evidence is provided (e.g. purchase invoice, delivery note) that the claim is being made within the warranty period. (b) The defect is not attributable to accidental damage (either in transit or otherwise), misuse or unauthorized repair.Mangar