A person who has fallen and cannot get up again is lifted up comfortably to a sitting or almost standing position in a way that supports the entire body throughout the process. This way of lifting shows consideration for the importance of being helped up in a dignified and safe way.
New ergonomic benefits
Raizer II is easily assembled under a fallen person, and the lifting process is swiftly initiated by a push of a button on the remote control or the control panel on the side of the seat. This means that the assistant does not have to carry out a lift and is exposed to no strain on the back or shoulders as you may experience with other appliances. A person working alone can easily manage the Raizer II and assist the fallen person.
The Raizer II can be used in home care, in institutions, for rescue services and other services requiring a lifting aid and transfer of persons with limited mobility.
All the materials have been carefully selected with special attention to stability and durability and considering both the helper and the fallen person.
Raizer II is fitted with safety belts that are to be attached to both backrests to make sure that the fallen person feels secure and comfortable during the lifting process. It is possible to attach additional safety belts on the backrests of Raizer II. Thus, the torso of the fallen person can be secured in several positions for increased comfort.
Exclusive and easy-to-clean design
Raizer II offers an exclusive and user-friendly design with intuitive sound and light indicators making it easy to quickly assemble the Raizer II at any location. The two backrests are alike, and the four identical legs can be swiftly fitted in any sequence thus making the Raizer II quick and easy to assemble under the fallen person.
All surfaces of Raizer II have been developed to be easy to clean as regards choice of materials and surface structure, and the surfaces of Raizer II may also be disinfected.
The lifting chair is battery-powered and therefore there are no awkward power cords when operating. Raizer II is easily operated with a remote control which is kept on the side of the seat when not in use. Raizer II will emit a warning if the remote control is not returned to its place after use.
Easy to transport
When disassembled, Raizer II is carried in two bags to the location; backrests and legs are carried in a bag with ergonomic carrying straps for hand or back (long strap for shoulders or two straps as a backpack). The motor unit/seat is carried separately in a protective cover with a soft handle ergonomically designed to make sure that it is carried close to the body.
Alternatively, the Raizer II can be transported on a trolley (optional equipment) where both bags can be placed side by side. The Raizer II is disassembled after use and therefore is easy to transport and use anywhere and in any situation. We even offer a bike bracket kit (optional equipment) to mount the trolley behind a bicycle.