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Ceiling Track Hoists, Mobile Hoists & Patient Moving

Orbital Transfer Platform with Knee Support

Orbital Transfer Platform with Knee Support

High tensile steel revolving transfer platform. Ideal for the easy transfer of patients.

2 x 100mm Dia rubber tyres allow manoeuvrability. Polyurethane knee support (Code 806) (350mm x 160mm) clamps onto rear back rails.
Our Price: £470.00 VAT excluded

Technical Specifications:

» Width between arms:17” (430mm)
» Height of front handles from platform base:30” (760mm)
» Height of top bar from platform base:39” (990mm)
» Width: 26” (660mm)
» Depth: 27” (685mm)
» Disc diameter: 18” (450mm)
» Product weight: 17kg
» Recommended user weight:35 Stone (222kg)

Usage Requirements:

• Check castors are securely fitted before during and after use. This is important since the lock nuts holding the two • castors in place also secure the axle /tilt bar.
The unit is designed to be used on LEVEL SURFACES only.
• Do not attempt to move the unit from one position to another with a user actually standing on it.
• Please ensure that the locking device is fully located before transferring a user from one sitting position to another.
• Periodically check that the top frame is always fully secured to the revolving base plate.
• Always ensure that the edges of the non slip surface, on top of the turning disc are fully flush with the surface of the disc.
• Frames require an occasional wipe over with a soft cloth-use general purpose neutral detergent and warm water. • Do not use harsh abrasive materials. To disinfect, clean as above and wipe over with a solution of 1000 parts per million chlorine disinfectant (haztabs/precept) rinse and dry.


1.Familiarise yourself with the operation of the Secure Turn before attempting to transfer a patient, in particular the brake locking mechanism

2.To manoeuvre the Secure Turn into position, with the handle facing the wheels and brake locked in position, tilt the device back onto the wheels and move into position.

3.Place the seat/chair that the patient is transferring to into position at 45o or 90o to the patient's current position.

4.Place the turntable up to the patient's feet with the wheels facing the carer.

5.The patient should position their feet, evenly spaced, on the turntable mat. The patient may need to move to the edge of the seat before rising to reduce the effort required.

6.When the patient needs to raise themselves from a sitting position. e.g. from below the height of the handles of the secure turn, then the carer must stabilize the unit by placing their foot on the axle (midway between the 2 wheels) to prevent tilt. Alternatively, if the patient needs to lower themselves onto the secure turn e.g. from a bed, then the carer should stabilize the unit by placing one foot on either of the lateral stabilizing lugs to prevent tilt.

7.With the Carer stabilising the Secure Turn, the patient raises themselves into a standing position.

8.When the patient is standing and stable (holding on to one of the pairs of handles on the frame), the carer releases the brake and rotates the turntable to the required position allowing the brake to lock into position.

9.The carer stabilises the Secure Turn whilst the patient lowers themselves onto the seat/chair.

10.After the patient has removed their feet from the turntable, manoeuvre the Secure Turn away from the patient.