An electrically operated toilet seat lifter. It features adjustable height arm supports and is adjusted to the leg length of the user. The push button controls are located on either arm support. Load capacity is 125kg. A lifter for heavier people can be made to order. A range of options and models is available. It does not have a lid.
The following models are available but NOT in Australia (September 2003):
. Aerolet Showerlift - Designed for shower assistance. Made of the same sturdy construction and non corrosive materials as ToiletLift.
. Mobile Aerolet ToiletLiftf - Perfect for travel, this model has a wheeled base and can be used anywhere. Suitable for hospitals, nursing facilities and hotels / resorts as an additional amenity for visitors with special needs.
. Bariatric Aerolet ToiletLift - supports weight in excess of 125kg.
. Electronic ToiletLift with electronic height adjustments for use in hospital environments or locations with more than one user.
Right or Left Hand Operation Controls can be specially ordered for optimal access for the individual user.
AER-10 Hand Control set
AER-11 Arm support foldaway (left)
AER-12 Finger control knobs (large)
AER-13 Height adaptors 6cm. (set of 4)
AER-14 Height adaptors 10cm. (set of 4)
AER-15 "Comfort Seat" soft toilet seat (white) for tender skin
AER-16 "Soft Seat" shower seat with open or closed front (grey)
AER-17 Toilet paper holder for an arm support
AER-18 Accu-Backup in case of power failure. Enables Aerolet to be used 5 times. Incl. In built accu and charger
AER-19 Plastic cover for arm support control
AER-20 "WC-Vamat" bidet (cleaning and drying system) white
Cable length: 275cm. Incl. Fitting / connection material
AER-21 Pressalit toilet seat type "Dania" - flat seat
AER-22 Pressalit toilet seat type "Dania" - non - contact (open front)
AER-23 Pressalit toilet seat type "Ergosit" - for better stimulation
AER-24 Pressalit toilet seat type "Colani" - oval seat opening
AER-25 Control box 240V (left) Actuator (left) 2pc
AER-26 Control box 240V (right) Actuator (right) 2pc
AER-27 Plastic Guard (top) left or right
AER-28 Plastic Guard (middle) left or right
AER-29 Plastic Guard (foot) left or right
AER-30 Cover plates (white) - 2pc
AER-31 Height adaptors 6cm (set of 6 pc) for Aerolet Mobile
AER-32 Height adaptors 10cm (set of 6 pc) for Aerolet Mobile
AER-33 Universal Mount bar for Aerolet mobile
AER-34 Control box 240V-50Hz
AER-36 Height adaptors 4cm (1 set of 4pc)
AER-37 "Comfort Seat" soft toilet seat with front opening for tender skin
AER-38 Arm support fixed (left)
AER-39 Arm support fixed (right)
AER-40 Arm support breakaway (right)
AER-41 Arm support breakaway with left handed control
AER-42 Arm support breakaway with right handed control
AER-43 Arm support fixed with right handed control
AER-44 Arm support fixed with left handed control
|Load Capacity (supplier stated)
||From 390 mm to 520 mm
Width between Armrests 560 - 700mm
Armrests Height 730 -1130mm
Lowerleg Length Height 360 - 540mm
Materials: It is made from sturdy non corrosive materials: stainless steel, galvanized steel, Rilsan coating, with durable ABS plastic covers and toilet seat
Controls: The push button controls are located on the left or right armrest. The arm supports are height adjustable with an optional swing away action.
Colour is white
The lifting movement is based on the natural stand up motion. It moves the trunk forwards and the centre of gravity is brought above the feet. The users feet stay in contact with the floor throughout the movement. The user requires minimum 25% of muscular strength.
Installed by the supplier - may require adjusting. Fits onto toilet seat brackets.
Place Of Manufacture
Economic Holland (Holland)
Some assistive technology needs to meet Australian or other standards. Standards may relate to materials, manufacturing and installation. Products that meet Australian or international standards will have written certification. To find out if a product meets Australian Standards ask the supplier to show you the certificate. For more information also see www.ilcaustralia.org.au/Using_Assistive_Technology/standards_regulation