Hammock with Chair Pad Sling
- Important Information
- Reduces Manual Handling as no need to remove the Sling or refit when lifting out of the chair
- Less stress for patient
- Maintains dignity
- Breathable Chair Pad insulates patient from vinyl covered seat
- No need to log roll large patients
- Sling does not crease under patient or slip in chair
The Hammock with Chair Pad Sling has a non-slip backing. The Sling will therefore not move or bunch up under the patient when the patient is lowered into a chair. A special Chair Pad is sewn to the inside of the Sling that will insulate the patient from the vinyl covers. Most fall out or lounge chairs use a vinyl type material which can be uncomfortable and may increase sweating.
If the patient moves around a lot when in the chair, the Chair Pad may be more suitable.
When washing we recommend using a Pelican Washing Bag to help contain the straps.
Safe Working Load: 200kg / 440lbs (Weight Tested To 700kg / 1540lbs, exceeding ISO 10535:2011) ARTG: 99879 GMDN: 40535 Attachment Method: Metal hook coathanger type hoists Sizes:
|Item #||Hip Width||Shoulder Width||Total Length|
|570CP||93cm / 36.5"||90cm / 35.5"||130cm / 51"|
Special sizes made on request
|Standard White||Nylon||This is called a solid material, as it is not a Mesh or Netting material that has holes in the material. The Nylon has some slipperiness, to make it easier to slide down behind a patient's back, when they are sitting in a chair.|
Please select the most appropriate material and sling design for the patient, but remember, if the patient’s condition changes, it may be necessary to use a different material and design of sling. See the FAQ tab for more information.
Wash up to 80°C (176°F). Air or tumble dry on a cool setting, ensuring the drum is cool. Ensure the product is dry before using or storing. We recommend using a Pelican Washing Bag to help contain the straps.
Warning: Inspect slings before every use. If any damage is found the Sling must be withdrawn from service and repaired, if possible.
Disposal: When the Sling is ready for disposal, we suggest the Lifting Straps are cut off, so it cannot be used with another patient.
Sling & Hoist Compatibility: Click here for more information.
Sling Life Expectancy: Click here for more information.
What the International Standard ISO10535:2011 requires for Period Sling Inspections and Sling Labelling: Click here for more information.
6 Monthly Thorough Sling Inspection Checklist: We adopt the SlingSpector checklist. Click here to download.We recommend using colour-coded Sling Inspection Tags to help reduce staff's time when searching for Slings which need inspecting.
Need Simple Sling Inspections?: For the 6 Monthly Inspections we recommend using the SlingSpector platform and app to conduct safe, efficient sling inspections, with consistency across an entire organisation.
Do I need to do Sling inspections? Yes - see the Important Information tab for more information. What are the Sling inspection requirements? See the Important Information tab for more information. We've paraphrased the International Standard 10535:2011 under licence, detailing exactly what is required. Where can I find the inspection checklists? See the Important Information tab for more information. We provide the following checklists:
- Sling Inspection Before Use
- 6 Monthly Thorough Sling Inspection