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The Rifton TRAM is a transfer and mobility device designed for the safety, convenience and dignity of both patient and carer.


Rifton products are distributed exclusively


in the UK* by Jiraffe. *Excluding Northern Ireland.


The TRAM seamlessly performs seated transfers and raises a patient for standing and supported ambulation. More than a patient lift system, the TRAM combines three powerful functions in one device: gait training, sit-to-stand transfers and seated transfers. All this with the benefit of reducing the requirement for two carers to assist in personal care needs.


NEW Rifton E-Pacer


The Rifton E-Pacer is an exciting new addition to the Pacer family. Its sit-to-stand lift functionality removes a major barrier to gait training with large or highly dependent clients.


The E-Pacer combines the powerful electric lift column and secure body support of Rifton’s TRAM with the key gait training features of the classic Pacer.


The E-Pacer can be a life-changing solution for clients who have grown too large or too dependent to be safely transferred into manual gait trainers. Its strong and stable frame can accommodate users up to 6' 5" and 160 kg.


Interested in a product demonstration or assessment or just some friendly advice? Call us today on 0114 285 6135


@jiraffe_org


jiraffe.org.uk For all the info visit


@jiraffe.org.uk


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