Rifton

TRAM

Lift. Ambulate. Transfer.

The Rifton TRAM is a transfer and mobility device designed to deliver three powerful functions in one compact unit: gait training, sit-to-stand transfers and seated transfers.
The TRAM offers far more utility than a standard patient lift at a remarkably low price.

 

The Benefits:

  • An ultralight compact frame that’s easy to maneuver in tight spaces
  • Intuitive controls and adjustments, making it simple for a single caregiver to operate
  • A body support system that eliminates any lifting by the caregiver, reducing back strain and workplace injuries
  • 350-pound weight capacity and a powerful battery drive that can deliver over 70 lifts on a single charge
  • An optional built-in scale, allowing you to weigh your client while performing a routine transfer

Capable of lifting and transferring patients of varying abilities and body types, the TRAM features an innovative, patented support system that secures the patient with a simple buckle. This enables the caregiver to quickly prepare the patient for a safe transfer.

At just over seventy pounds, the TRAM’s compact, ultralight frame is maneuverable in small or confined areas, as well as simple to transport or store. Quickly adoptable by multiple caregivers, the TRAM’s intelligent engineering significantly reduces back strain and stress – providing a smarter and safer environment for workers.

Dimensions & technical specifications

Use these charts to determine which Rifton TRAM is the right choice for your client or facility.
Important: User’s weight must not exceed the maximum working load.

Key user dimensions (inches)

girthtrans Rifton TRAM

(K310)
22 – 60

Rifton low base TRAM

(K320)
22 – 60

 

Item Dimensions (inches)
Overall length 45½ 45½
Overall width 27½ – 46 27½ – 46
Overall height 43½ – 58 43½ – 58
TRAM weight 70 lbs 70 lbs
Turning diameter 50 50
Floor to top of base leg for furniture clearance
Minimum user armpit height (when standing or ambulating) 30½ 30½
Maximum user height (when standing or ambulating) 76 (6’4) 76 (6’4)
Maximum working load (lbs) 350 350

 

Technical specifications
Lifting speed 1½ inch/sec with no load
Batteries 12V, 2.9 Ah valve-regulated lead-acid gel-type batteries. (Replacement batteries available from Rifton.)
Battery charger Wall-mounted charger, 100 – 240 V AC, max 650 mA
 Motor 24V, 6A, permanent magnet motor
Emergency lowering Electrical
Wheels Front: 100mm dual with brake; Rear: 100mm dual

 

Rifton HTS bases Dimensions (inches)
Z112 / Z122 (small/medium) tilt mobile base footprint  31 long x 21  wide
 Z113 / Z123 (small/medium) non-tilt bases footprint 28 long x 20  wide
Z132 (large) tilt mobile base footprint 33 long x 22½ wide
 Z133 (large) non-tilt base footprint 29 long x 21 wide
 Z139 portability base 16½ long x 21 wide

 

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