The GH3 ceiling hoist is a stationary lifting module that is user-friendly and powerful enough to handle lifting and moving procedures in almost all professional care settings. The lifting module is easy to operate and helps make lifting and moving procedures safe, simple and comfortable for user and care staff alike.
The GH3 module charges itself through the rails, irrespective of where in the system the lifting module is positioned. This ensures that the ceiling hoist is always ready to use. Designed specifically for the working conditions that are typical in professional care settings, this lifting module is dimensioned to deal with heavy loads on a regular basis. Combined with products from the comprehensive Guldmann range of lifting hangers and slings, the GH3 is the ideal choice for many different lifting and moving procedures, and can also be used to assist with other care tasks, mobilisation exercises, training and rehabilitation programmes.
Several versions of the GH3 lifting module are available, and it can be configured and adapted to suit individual needs with regard to functionality, specifications and budget. The GH3 is available in models with a lifting capacity of 200 and 250 kg, respectively. The GH3 can be fitted with a built-in motor for horizontal movement along the traverse rail, where the lifting module is operated either through a hand control or an infra-red (IR) remote control unit.
Reddot award-winning design
The prize was awarded with the following observations from the panel of judges:
“With the GH3, the developers manage to create a ceiling hoist system that would blend harmoniously into the surrounding architecture and not look like a technical device. The GH3 is therefore characterised by a simple, elegant design that communicates high value and functionality. Developed for versatile application and different work processes, it can be used in all lifting and transfer situations and includes features such as automatically recharging batteries, low rolling resistance and intuitive hand controls.”