The size and weight of your wheelchair or scooter will affect the type of boot hoist you need and the space required. Take it with you to the dealership to rule out any cars that don’t have enough boot space. It’s critical you speak to an installer to be absolutely sure there is room for both the wheelchair or scooter and the hoist to function.
A range of boot hoists that makes its easier to load and unload wheelchairs, mobility scooters and powerchairs from your car boot.
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This hoist is reliable and compact; it can be used to lift small motorised scooters and manual wheelchairs of up to 40 kilograms.
The hoist can be neatly installed to either the nearside or offside rear corner of the vehicles boot area. It’s suitable for most type of vehicles, including hatchbacks, estates and saloon cars. The boom and upright arm have a unique folding design. This enables you to fold the post neatly when not in use.
To control the hoist’s Up and Down movement, you can either use the built-in control located on the main body of the hoist, or use the attached two-way handset, which is designed for easier usage.
An interlock system ensures that the lifting arm is locked in the up position before the hoist can be operated.
The simple design also enables the user to transfer the hoist to any other suitable vehicles.
A simple unit that enables loading and unloading of wheelchairs and scooters weighing up to 75kg from a vehicle to which it is fitted. The hoist is supplied with a single point lifting hook and a lifting bar that attaches either side of the wheelchair or scooter. Either can be used.
The hoist has a power on/off switch and a rocker switch which is held down to either raise or lower the wheelchair/scooter.
The power switch also provides overload protection and will trip if the current drawn by the motor is too great. The arm of the hoist is rotated by hand to move the wheelchair or scooter in and out of the vehicle.
It is powered by the vehicle’s battery and has the capability to lift from 80 up to 150 kilos. It can be fitted in estate, multi-purpose family vehicles and 4 by 4 vehicles.
The Evotech Hoist has unique features, which allows the user to easily programme a loading cycle. Users can pre-set a loading position for your wheelchair or scooter, then the hoist will load them into your car accurately as programmed.
To programme the loading position, you need to first load your wheelchair or scooter in the correct place in your vehicle, by using the UP, DOWN, IN, and OUT, buttons on the handset. Once the arm of the hoist is in the correct position, Press and Hold both the IN and OUT buttons on the handset simultaneously for 5 seconds until the indication light flashes.
Now the loading position has been recorded into the control box of the hoist, from now on, each time when loading the wheelchair or scooter, the hoist’s arm will stop at the perfect position as programmed.
The loading position can always be reset as many times as you require. Once the loading cycle is finished, you can remove the spreader bar and re-press the IN button on the handset, this will drive the hoist arm in even further to achieve a clearer view in the vehicle’s rear-view mirror.
When the hoist is not in use the handset clips nicely onto the bracket on the hoist arm. The hoist will automatically switch off, if no button has been pressed in the last 25 seconds.
A fixed wheelchair hoist with powered lift and swivel.
The Carolift 90 is a stylish wheelchair hoist designed for lifting mobility devices up to 90 kg into the back of a vehicle.
The lift can be folded down to allow use in vehicles with sloping rear doors.
This is a compact unit that enables loading and unloading of wheelchairs and scooters weighing up to 120kg from a vehicle with only single button operation. The electronic control box has a power switch, a push button to load the wheelchair, a push button to unload the wheelchair and lights that show the state of the hoist in normal operation.
These lights and buttons are also used to set up the hoist after installation in the vehicle. A remote handset is connected by a lead to the control box with its own load and unload buttons. Either set of buttons may be used to control the hoist.
This is a wheelchair boot hoist designed to lift mobility equipment that way up to a max of 181kgs into the boot of the car. It is because of the offset arm feature that allow the boot hoist to reach around to the side of the vehicle to pick up the wheelchair from the foot path.
The Carolift 6900 is a powered swivel and lift that is operated using a hand held control.