Raizer II – Falls Emergency Lifting Chair

The Raizer emergency lifting chair is a fast and safe solution that helps fallen people get back on their feet with ease, and it only needs one person to work it! New for 2020, the updated Raizer 2 has been optimised to further simplify assembly, use, transportation, and cleaning.

For urgent enquiries and quote requests, please call 01423 799960 to speak to a specialist (8.30am – 4.30pm, Mon – Fri).


Description

This lifting device is truly unique and only takes one carer to make it work. The Raizer lift can get fallen people back on their feet in under a minute and is much more stable and easier to use than other falls assistance devices.

Watch the Raizer video to see the chair in action:

 

Quick, easy, and portable the Raizer is ideal for use in care homes, within the emergency services, falls and telecare teams, private individuals, or simply with healthcare professionals who deal with moving and handling in general.

How does the Raizer II work?

The Raizer is assembled around the person on the floor to lift them back to a seated or standing position. The chair consists of seven parts; the main seat, two identical backrest pieces, and four identical leg pieces.

Once the person is laid on their back with their knees bent, just slide the chair unit under the lower half of the thigh. Then simply slot each of the backrest and leg pieces into the chair unit.

These click into place – a sound will play and a green light will illuminate to indicate that each piece is correctly assembled. You can then use the remote control, or control panel, to gently begin lifting the Raizer into a typical chair position.

See just how simple the Raizer II is to assemble

Whilst the chair is being raised, you might want to support the person’s head using a cushion or pillow. You can stop the Raizer in a seated position or you can keep lifting the person right up to standing if desired.

The Raizer lifting chair slowly elevating a fallen man to a seated position

The Raizer gently lifts the person from the floor to a seated position. It can go even further to help you stand up as well!

Key Benefits for Carers

Not only does the Raizer lift help the person who has fallen, but it also helps the carer to avoid any strains or injuries.

  • Safely lifts people up to 150kg in weight.
  • Battery operated – provides up to 100 lifts on just one charge.
  • Made from sealed, waterproof material for easy cleaning and disinfection. Disposable hygiene covers are also available.
  • Identical backrest and leg pieces, plus light and sound indicators, ensure correct assembly every time.
  • Lightweight and easy to disassemble for transport and storage.

The Raizer is designed to allow the carer to focus on the person at all times.

How much does the Raizer cost?

    The cost of the Raizer depends on quantities you wish to order along with any accessories you want to add-on. Please use our price calculator below and we'll get back to you with a quote!

    Want to try the Raizer for yourself?

    Arrange a free no-obligation demonstration by calling our team on 01423 799960. Alternatively, you can book your free demonstration by emailing us at enquiries@yorkshirecare.com.

     

    Features & Specifications

    Key Features

    • Single operator emergency lifting chair
    • Lightweight, easily transported
    • Simple assembly with audio and visual indicators for guidance
    • Waterproof for easy cleaning
    • Remote control for easy operation – stored in the seat unit for easy access
    • Magnetic emergency stop button for safety
    • Battery charge level and service reminder indicators
    • Automatic end stop position for easy disassembly

    Accessories

    A variety of accessories are available to make the Raizer II even handier:

    • Seat belts – add up to 3 on the backrest for total torso stability. Removable for easy cleaning.
    • USB charger for use on the go.
    • Trolley for easy transportation.
    • Triple wheel system to transport up and downstairs.
    • Rucksack/sleeve style carry bags.
    • Bike bracket to attach the trolley to a bicycle.

    Technical Specifications

    Lifting Capacity: 150kg (23.6 stone)
    Lifting Time: 20-30 seconds
    Overall Weight: Seat = 8.5kg

    Legs & Backrest = 4.5kg

    Total = 13kg

    Battery: LiFePo4, 12V, 5AH
    Charger (2 pcs): 4-cell LiFePO4 charger 100-240V and 5V USB charger
    Number of lifts on a full charge: Approx. 40 with maximum load.

    Approx. 100 with average load.

    Charging Time: Max. 6 hours
    Charging of Empty Battery: 10-15mins = 1 transfer
    Dimensions when assembled: Length = 671mm

    Width = 686mm

    Height = 1252 mm

    Testimonials

    Here’s what people have said about the Raizer:

    “I would highly recommend the Raizer from both a professional, clinical and personal point of view. After viewing many different pieces of falls equipment, the Raizer was the stand out piece of kit.” – Toni-Michelle Lee, Falls Lead Officer

    “This piece of equipment is the single biggest innovation in the safe lifting of people in my lifetime.” – Chris Sampson, Moving & Handling Trainer

    “I would definitely recommend the Raizer to other health professionals, and I feel that every care home should have one.” – Gail Smith, Paramedic at North West Ambulance Service

    Training Video

    SUBJECT TIME IN VIDEO
    Section 1 – Introduction 0:03
    Section 2 – How to lift a fallen person from the floor 2:08
    Section 3 – Lifting in confined spaces 9:35
    Section 4 – Disassembly of the Raizer, and packing it into the bags 10:26
    Section 5 – Battery information, and how to charge the Raizer 14:17
    Section 6 – Warranty and servicing 16:24
    Section 7 – The transport trolley option 16:52
    Section 8 – Cleaning the Raizer, and fitting the optional disposable covers 18:06

    FAQs

    What makes it better than other lifting devices?

    Whereas some falls lifting devices take two or more people to operate them, the Raizer is a single-carer device. That means that it only needs one person to make it work and get the person back on their feet.

    The Raizer is also a lot quicker than other models on the market and it’s much quieter. The rigid structure also means that the Raizer is much more stable and supportive than traditional inflatable air cushions.

    Does it actually save you any time?

    Of course! Because it only takes one carer to make it work, the Raizer immediately frees up another member of staff saving time and money in the long-run.

    The Raizer is also faster than other devices, it takes around 20-30 seconds to raise someone back to their feet.

    It even helps to prevent any time off due to injuries that staff sometimes get when trying to manually lift someone.

     

    What about head support?

    You can provide head support to the individual by holding a cushion or pillow beneath their head whilst being lifted. This helps you keep contact with them to provide reassurance. It also makes the Raizer lighter and more compact to carry.

    How heavy is the Raizer?

    In total, the Raizer weighs about 14kg. It splits into two carry bags for easier transportation. If you’re wanting to make it even easier to transport the Raizer, then there is a trolley option available!

    Is it good for infection control?

    You can get waterproof disposable seat covers that will help stop the spread of bacteria. The Raizer II is also made from sealed, waterproof material that is easy to wipe clean and disinfect.

    Description

    This lifting device is truly unique and only takes one carer to make it work. The Raizer lift can get fallen people back on their feet in under a minute and is much more stable and easier to use than other falls assistance devices.

    Watch the Raizer video to see the chair in action:

     

    Quick, easy, and portable the Raizer is ideal for use in care homes, within the emergency services, falls and telecare teams, private individuals, or simply with healthcare professionals who deal with moving and handling in general.

    How does the Raizer II work?

    The Raizer is assembled around the person on the floor to lift them back to a seated or standing position. The chair consists of seven parts; the main seat, two identical backrest pieces, and four identical leg pieces.

    Once the person is laid on their back with their knees bent, just slide the chair unit under the lower half of the thigh. Then simply slot each of the backrest and leg pieces into the chair unit.

    These click into place – a sound will play and a green light will illuminate to indicate that each piece is correctly assembled. You can then use the remote control, or control panel, to gently begin lifting the Raizer into a typical chair position.

    See just how simple the Raizer II is to assemble

    Whilst the chair is being raised, you might want to support the person’s head using a cushion or pillow. You can stop the Raizer in a seated position or you can keep lifting the person right up to standing if desired.

    The Raizer lifting chair slowly elevating a fallen man to a seated position

    The Raizer gently lifts the person from the floor to a seated position. It can go even further to help you stand up as well!

    Key Benefits for Carers

    Not only does the Raizer lift help the person who has fallen, but it also helps the carer to avoid any strains or injuries.

    • Safely lifts people up to 150kg in weight.
    • Battery operated – provides up to 100 lifts on just one charge.
    • Made from sealed, waterproof material for easy cleaning and disinfection. Disposable hygiene covers are also available.
    • Identical backrest and leg pieces, plus light and sound indicators, ensure correct assembly every time.
    • Lightweight and easy to disassemble for transport and storage.

    The Raizer is designed to allow the carer to focus on the person at all times.

    How much does the Raizer cost?

      The cost of the Raizer depends on quantities you wish to order along with any accessories you want to add-on. Please use our price calculator below and we'll get back to you with a quote!

      Want to try the Raizer for yourself?

      Arrange a free no-obligation demonstration by calling our team on 01423 799960. Alternatively, you can book your free demonstration by emailing us at enquiries@yorkshirecare.com.

       

      Features & Specifications

      Key Features

      • Single operator emergency lifting chair
      • Lightweight, easily transported
      • Simple assembly with audio and visual indicators for guidance
      • Waterproof for easy cleaning
      • Remote control for easy operation – stored in the seat unit for easy access
      • Magnetic emergency stop button for safety
      • Battery charge level and service reminder indicators
      • Automatic end stop position for easy disassembly

      Accessories

      A variety of accessories are available to make the Raizer II even handier:

      • Seat belts – add up to 3 on the backrest for total torso stability. Removable for easy cleaning.
      • USB charger for use on the go.
      • Trolley for easy transportation.
      • Triple wheel system to transport up and downstairs.
      • Rucksack/sleeve style carry bags.
      • Bike bracket to attach the trolley to a bicycle.

      Technical Specifications

      Lifting Capacity: 150kg (23.6 stone)
      Lifting Time: 20-30 seconds
      Overall Weight: Seat = 8.5kg

      Legs & Backrest = 4.5kg

      Total = 13kg

      Battery: LiFePo4, 12V, 5AH
      Charger (2 pcs): 4-cell LiFePO4 charger 100-240V and 5V USB charger
      Number of lifts on a full charge: Approx. 40 with maximum load.

      Approx. 100 with average load.

      Charging Time: Max. 6 hours
      Charging of Empty Battery: 10-15mins = 1 transfer
      Dimensions when assembled: Length = 671mm

      Width = 686mm

      Height = 1252 mm

      Testimonials

      Here’s what people have said about the Raizer:

      “I would highly recommend the Raizer from both a professional, clinical and personal point of view. After viewing many different pieces of falls equipment, the Raizer was the stand out piece of kit.” – Toni-Michelle Lee, Falls Lead Officer

      “This piece of equipment is the single biggest innovation in the safe lifting of people in my lifetime.” – Chris Sampson, Moving & Handling Trainer

      “I would definitely recommend the Raizer to other health professionals, and I feel that every care home should have one.” – Gail Smith, Paramedic at North West Ambulance Service

      Training Video

      SUBJECT TIME IN VIDEO
      Section 1 – Introduction 0:03
      Section 2 – How to lift a fallen person from the floor 2:08
      Section 3 – Lifting in confined spaces 9:35
      Section 4 – Disassembly of the Raizer, and packing it into the bags 10:26
      Section 5 – Battery information, and how to charge the Raizer 14:17
      Section 6 – Warranty and servicing 16:24
      Section 7 – The transport trolley option 16:52
      Section 8 – Cleaning the Raizer, and fitting the optional disposable covers 18:06

      FAQs

      What makes it better than other lifting devices?

      Whereas some falls lifting devices take two or more people to operate them, the Raizer is a single-carer device. That means that it only needs one person to make it work and get the person back on their feet.

      The Raizer is also a lot quicker than other models on the market and it’s much quieter. The rigid structure also means that the Raizer is much more stable and supportive than traditional inflatable air cushions.

      Does it actually save you any time?

      Of course! Because it only takes one carer to make it work, the Raizer immediately frees up another member of staff saving time and money in the long-run.

      The Raizer is also faster than other devices, it takes around 20-30 seconds to raise someone back to their feet.

      It even helps to prevent any time off due to injuries that staff sometimes get when trying to manually lift someone.

       

      What about head support?

      You can provide head support to the individual by holding a cushion or pillow beneath their head whilst being lifted. This helps you keep contact with them to provide reassurance. It also makes the Raizer lighter and more compact to carry.

      How heavy is the Raizer?

      In total, the Raizer weighs about 14kg. It splits into two carry bags for easier transportation. If you’re wanting to make it even easier to transport the Raizer, then there is a trolley option available!

      Is it good for infection control?

      You can get waterproof disposable seat covers that will help stop the spread of bacteria. The Raizer II is also made from sealed, waterproof material that is easy to wipe clean and disinfect.

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      You can send us an enquiry and we'll come back to you within one working day