Lifeline Coordinating Services, Inc.
1459 English Street
Saint Paul, MN 55106
Types of Rails
Mini-rails are normally used in single track systems, as curves, the turntable and points are the same height as the mini-rail.
When there is a need for lifts in several rooms; allowing movement of the user from room to room and from rail system to rail system.
A turntable must be installed in places where two rails cross each other. The turntable is electrically operated.
Max. lifting capacity: 250 kg.
Combi-lock is used to lock the rails together when two rail systems are linked. The Combi-lock is always used together with two safety locks to prevent the hoist running out of the rail.
The GH ceiling bracket is used for single track and room-covering systems. The distance between the upper edge of the rail and the ceiling must be 24 mm.
Must be installed in places where it is necessary to lead the rail in different directions. The switch tracks are operated either manually or electrically.
Extended Ceiling Bracket
GH extended ceiling bracket, free length for straight rail and curve. GH extended ceiling bracket, free length for sloping ceiling.
The GH stabilizing bracket is installed as a side support for an extended GH ceiling bracket in cases where the rail system has been lowered considerably relative to the ceiling.
The GH wall brackets are used to install all types of rail between vertical surfaces.
A mobile rail system which is easy to install and take down, thus facilitating the use in different places.
The upright support brackets are used in rooms where it is impossible to secure brackets to the ceiling or the wall, as in rooms with extensive window areas.
Guldmann Swing Lift
The Guldmann Swing Lift is designed for indoor/outdoor use in swimming facilities, outdoor pools, docks and on boats, to provide convenient access to activities in and around the water.
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A rail system comprises of one or more rails, which are installed on the ceiling, the wall or on freestanding wall studs.
The rail system is constructed in modules. This makes it easy to create individual solutions and to adapt the system to existing buildings.
L.C.S.I can install these rail systems anywhere. Private homes, hospitals, nursing homes, therapy clinics, and swimming pools are just some of the places where a rail system can help to improve the working environment for care givers and heighten the quality of life for the disabled.
Our ceiling hoists run in the rail system. The hoist is equipped with a hanger to which the sling is secured. The hoist is manually operated or with the help of a remote-controlled drive-motor.
The rail system that the hoist runs in can be:
- A combination of the two systems