SELECT TL1 toilet lifter, for floor outlet
Manually height adjustable 300 mm (425-725 mm) with crank handle.
Different heights to suit different users/transfer techniques Manual or powered adjustment to suit different requirements - frequent/periodic adjustment Allows a range of WC's to be fitted for a bespoke solution
Incl. cistern with dual flushing system preset at 3/6 litres.
Toilet pan and toilet seat to be ordered separately.
Materials: Anodised aluminium and polystyrene (PS).
Excl. mounting kit.
Expected service life is 10 years, provided that maintenance is carried out as described in the user manual.
The front plates are made of polystyrene (PS).
Top plate in compact laminate.
Flammability-tested (ISO 8191-1 and ISO 8191-2). Test report available.
It is possible to adjust the height of the toilet lifter using an electric drill as an alternative to the crank handle.
The toilet can be adjusted 300 mm, from 425 mm to 725 mm in height , so the height can always be perfectly matched to mobility aids such as a wheelchair.
Maximum load: 235 kg. (user weight + accessories).
When the toilet lifter is loaded with 235 kg, each wall fastener is loaded with 94 kg.
The toilet lifter has been tested statically with 600 kg, which is a requirement according to the applied assistive products standards. Please note that most toilet pans compatible with this lifter have been tested up to 400 kg.
SELECT toilet lifter.
The product is to be cleaned with hot water or a mild soapy cleaning agent.
Do not use chlorine based, corrosive or abrasive cleaners as it may result in the surface being damaged.
The following cleaning agents have been tested by Pressalit and may be used, as long as they are diluted according to the instructions on the container.
Suma Star free D1
The product must be wiped down with a soft rag wrung out in clear water immediately after cleaning, as some materials may otherwise be discolored and stained, and the surface coating may deteriorate.
DECALCIFICATION OF ALUMINUM PARTS:
Pressalit recommends that chalky deposits be removed from wall tracks and other aluminum parts using a solution of three parts 30% acetic acid to seven parts tap water. When the aluminum parts have been washed down with this solution, the parts must be wiped over with a damp cloth wrung out in clear water.
- Regulation (EU) 2017/745 on medical devices
- Council Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery
For the UK:
- Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2002 on medical devices.
- Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008