Working with ceiling lifts
Application: KwickScreen for use in a multiple-bed care environment with ceiling lift installation
Client: The Neuromuscular Complex Care Centre at UCLH London
8 x Fixed to Wall KwickScreens 4 x Portable KwickScreens
Installation: 2 fitters working for 6 hours
Benefit: Installing KwickScreens instead of a curtain based system allows the ceiling lift to be repositioned around the ward unimpeded and without the need to interrupt the privacy of other patients.
COMPLETE FREEDOM TO MOVE
The KwickScreen is self supporting, not requiring any attachment to the ceiling thereby allowing a tracked ceiling hoist to be re-positioned around the ward without disturbing other patients.
If more space is needed for a lifting operation portable KwickScreens can be positioned anywhere to give maximum exibility and maintain privacy.
Whether installing a X-Y traverse system or single U-shaped track in a multiple-bed care environment KwickScreens can be installed quickly and cost effectively to improve the patient experience by removing any breaks in a curtain track which reduce privacy when used.
KwickScreen is available either as a portable version or fixed to wall version.
The portable version is on wheels allowing it to be deployed in seconds exactly where needed and repositioned to provide the right space at the right time.
The fixed version of the KwickScreen is installed using wall brackets which can be positioned either side and at any point up or down the unit offering complete flexibility. Extended brackets are available to allow easy installation around existing trunking without the need for remodelling.
CREATE ACCESSIBLE, EFFICIENT WARDS WITH SUPERIOR PRIVACY
KwickScreen is a versatile portable, printable, retractable room divider which can be used to transform spaces whilst allowing a full ceiling track lift system to be installed and maneuvered unimpeded.
Please contact us at the details below to discuss your ceiling lift project and how KwickScreen can help.
“With KwickScreens it’s so much easier to manoeuvre the hoist on its track from patient to patient and to maintain privacy and dignity.”
- Laura Compton, Unit Manager, The Neuromuscular Complex Care Centre at UCLH London
For more information or to make an enquiry please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org • 020 8452 5975 • www.kwickscreen.com