Our Free Standing Rail Systems offer the power and convenience of overhead lifting, with no structural requirements for walls or ceilings.
These flexible solutions can be good options where construction is not possible, room downtime is not feasible, or when the need to mobilize bariatric patients emerges. Compatible with the Likorall® or Multirall patient lifts, most of these systems are made of aluminum and come in a variety of designs. Different rail lengths can also help accommodate most care environments. Our Free Standing Rail Systems are relatively easy to build or dismantle with just two people, less than two hours of time, and some common tools.
FreeSpan™ UltraTwin™ Traverse Rail System
The FreeSpan™ UltraTwin™ Traverse Rail System supports patients of size and can adapt according to square footage—even for an entire patient room. The dual-motor helps you position patients of size into sitting, half-sitting and lying positions, quickly and easily.
- Safe working load: 460 kg
FreeSpan™ Traverse Rail System
The FreeSpan™ Traverse Rail System works together with a Likorall® or Multirall motor. The system can support most in-bed, up-from-bed and out-of-bed applications within a specified area—effectively replacing a traversing overhead rail system.
- Safe working load: 250 kg
FreeSpan™ UltraTwin™ Straight Rail System
The FreeSpan™ UltraTwin™ Straight Rail System supports patients of size, and its wheels make it easy to position for lifting and even to move between rooms (depending on facility architecture). The dual motor helps you position patients of size into sitting, half-sitting and lying positions, quickly and easily.
- Safe working load: 500 kg
FreeSpan™ Straight Rail System
The FreeSpan™ Straight Rail System lifts and moves patients between two fixed points, directly below the rail. Its wheels make it easy to position for lifting and even to move between rooms (depending on facility architecture).
- Safe working load: 250 kg
FreeStand™ Rail System
The FreeStand™ Rail system is an entry-level, economical offering. With steel construction and limited components, it lifts and moves patients between two fixed points, directly below the rail. This system can be a good option for temporary lifting needs, or for home care use (when fixed installation is not possible due to building structure).
- Safe working load: 200 kg
Dig deeper into product attributes to see how we can fit your requirements.
|Width||35" (89 cm)|
|Freespan UltraTwin Traverse||2450-4450 mm||2250-2550 mm||2300-4300 mm|
|Freespan Traverse||2450-5950 mm||2250-2500 mm||2250-2550 mm|
|Freespan UltraTwin Straight||1990-5940 mm||2250-2550 mm||1440 mm|
|Freespan Straight||1990-5940 mm||2250-2550 mm||1240 mm|
||2010-3210 mm||2180 mm||1210 mm|
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Instructions for Use • FreeSpan UltraTwin Traverse Rail System • FreeSpan Traverse Rail System • FreeSpan UltraTwin Straight Rail System • FreeStand Rail System • FreeSpan Straight Rail Systemkeyboard_arrow_downHillrom lifts and soft accessory products for lifting and transferring patients are for use only by trained caregivers adhering to their best clinical judgment. Proper implementation of these medical devices is the responsibility of caregivers who are to review appropriate instructions for use for the lift and accessories prior to using.
Can Hillrom lifts be used with other manfactuers' slings?keyboard_arrow_down
It is Hillrom's position that no manufacturer can ensure compatibility with products over which it does not have design or manufacturing control without careful analysis, including physical testing and validation. Use with other manufacturers’ products could introduce additional risk to patient handling as compatibility across different manufacturers' products would need to be evaluated and maintained.
Are there any risks associated with the use of patient lifts?keyboard_arrow_down
As with any medical device that lifts, transfers and mobilizes patients, improper use can result in injury to either the caregiver or the patient. Always consult the Instructions for Use that come with your patient lift as well as any accessories. If you have questions or concerns, consult your local Hillrom representative or contact Hillrom Customer Service.
What medical device classification are patient lifts?keyboard_arrow_down
Patient lifts are Class 1 medical devices with the lowest risk and are subject to requirements set forth by the FDA.
Is the Hillrom LikoGuard® L or XL overhead motor compatible with the FreeSpan or FreeStand Rail Systems?keyboard_arrow_down
No, they are not. Please contact your local Hillrom representative for further assistance.