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Maxi Twin Compact

Maxi Twin Compact™ offers superior access in confined spaces. The remarkably small footprint enables safe everyday transfers of residents in elderly care facilities and in home care, where space may be an issue.

This is a smaller version of the well-known Maxi Twin passive floor lifter. It incorporates all the main features of the larger sling lifter including the innovative twin-mast design that improves stability and weight distribution, while offering the carer unique access advantages for working in confined spaces.

Key features

  • Enables access to most areas where space is limited due to the lifter’s small footprint .
  •  Excellent manoeuvrability
  • Effortless, exact positioning of the resident at the press of a button is made possible by the Powered Dynamic Positioning System (PDPS).
  • No “swing-and-sway” or pendulum motion of the spreader bar thanks to an innovative friction disc solution
  • Lifting from the floor can be performed without adjustments to the equipment due to the lifter’s high lifting stroke
  • Reassuring eye contact between the carer and resident at all times.
  • Excellent legroom improves comfort and safety for the resident.
  • A wide range of clip slings, loop slings and flites are available.


Outstanding accessibility and manoeuvrability

With its remarkably small footprint, Maxi Twin Compact enables safe, high-quality care routines to be carried out in confined spaces. Maxi Twin Compact manoeuvres easily in narrow corridors and turns corners smoothly without compromising the safety of the resident or the working conditions of the carer. The small footprint, first-rate accessibility and outstanding manoeuvrability make it easier to turn into rooms through standard doorways and offer a safe ergonomic aid in small bedrooms that conventional, larger lifters cannot access.

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