Replacement Patient Lift-Slings

Heavy-duty patient lift slings

When safety and reliability for your patients is your main concern, our patient lift slings are up to the task.
Available in; Canvas, Nylon and Mesh. Our manufacturing process ensures guaranteed strength and durability for homecare and institutional use. All slings are interchangeable and can be used with other manufacturers lifts. Slings work with “V” bar frame only.
250 lbs. weight capacity,
550 lbs. weight capacity bariatric style.
Lift Sling Chains Patient Lift Sling & Patient Lift Sling with GU cut out Patient Lift Slings Cut Outs
Model 7500
1 ea. Canvas Replacement Sling
Model 7501
1 ea. Canvas Replacement Sling with Commode Cut-Out
Model 7502
1 ea. Nylon Replacement Sling
Model 7503
1 ea. Nylon Replacement Sling with Commode Cut-Out
Model 7504
1 ea. Mesh Replacement Sling
Model 7505
1 ea. Mesh Replacement Sling with Commode Cut-Out
Model 7506
1 set Replacement chains with “S” Hooks
Model 7508
1 ea. Bariatric Sling, blue heavy duty 550lb capacity

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