RepoSheet Lift Aid
This breathable cotton/polyester repositioning sheet enables one caregiver to easily reposition or turn a patient without assistance. It is available in two sizes: regular (max load: 440lbs) and ultra (max load: 1,100lbs), and it can be used with or without an ordinary sheet on top.
Solo RepoSheet Lift Aid
Offering the same benefits as a RepoSheet, our single-use Solo products are designed to help reduce the risk of infection, or offer a disposable option when washing is a problem. They are manufactured from a soft and comfortable material with good "breathing" capacity, and have safe working loads of 440 lbs and 660 lbs.
Dig deeper into product attributes to see how we can fit your requirements.
|RepoSheet Lift Aid|
|Safe Working Load||440lb, 1100lb|
|Fabric||Cotton/Polyester blend, net polyester|
|Sizes||Regular: 135x255, Ultra: 145x255|
|Solo RepoSheet Lift Aid|
|Safe Working Load||440lb, 660lb|
|Sizes||Regular: 180x110, Ultra: 215x130|
Education & Documentation
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Are your slings approved medical products?keyboard_arrow_down
Hillrom slings have been tested by an accredited testing institute and comply with all requirements for MDD Class I products. They also comply with all requirements in accordance with harmonized standards EN ISO 10535-2006.
What is the lifting capacity on your slings?keyboard_arrow_down
Our lifting accessories are approved for a maximum load of 440 lbs (200 kgs) unless otherwise specified. We also have slings for a maximum load of 1,100 lbs (500 kgs) in our wide sling range.
How should I clean my sling?keyboard_arrow_down
We will provide care and maintence instructions by request.
Can your lifts be used with other manufacturers' 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.