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Hoyer Padded U-Sling with Head Support - Designed for Patient Lifts

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$170.56 - $175.39


Buy Hoyer Padded U-Slings with Head Support on SALE! No-Chain design uses six-point non-sway hook cradles. Durable polyester fabric with foam padding.
  • "No-Chains" Design
  • Available in sizes Small to X-Large
  • Durable polyester with closed-cell foam padding
  • Nylon head support for user comfort
  • Black
The Hoyer Padded U-Sling features durable polyester fabric with closed-cell foam padding for user comfort. Color is Hunter Green and is available in sizes Small to X-Large.

The padded U-Sling is designed with straps to be used with the Hoyer® Partner HPL400 and HML400 model lifts which incorporate the "no-chain" design by using six-point nonsway hook cradles.

Weight Ranges:
  • 70011 large size 198-350 lbs
  • 70012 medium size 99-210 lbs
  • 70013 small size 55-110 lbs
  • 70010 XL size 351-600 lbs

Warranty Information

Sunrise Medical guarantees this Hoyer product with a 6 month limited warranty. Please reference the owners manual for detailed warranty information

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Brand Name Joerns Healthcare
Manufacturer Number 70013, 70012, 70011, 70010
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Questions: Will the sling, actually lift the person from the bed and move to the power chair in a sitting position? Also, are there grips on the back of the sling to pull the person into the wheelchair? 1 Answers
Questions: Can the sling be used to lift the patient from bed or chair and transferred to bedside commode instead of using a bed pan? 1 Answers
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