Driving the StaminaLift TS5000 is intuitive and most importantly – effortless. The StaminaLift TS5000 does more than protect workers from injury; it also makes their work easier, less tiring and more enjoyable. We’ve found that once a  staff member gets their hands on a StaminaLift mover, they don’t like to let go. Pushing beds manually is hard work, especially when you do it all day and cover distances of up to  20 km over a variety of hospital terrains.

360-degree turning circle

With the touch of a finger, the TS5000 can turn 360-degrees for use in tight spaces like elevators, narrow hospital corridors and even in single patient rooms.

360 degree rotation diagram

This picture of the StaminaLift TS5000 series demonstrates the StaminaLift’s amazing turn circle and the easy manoeuvrability of the joystick steering mechanism. Use is intuitive and effortless.

Easy and rapid to learn

Learning to use StaminaLift bed movers is easy and quick. Learning to connect to beds and other objects is also easy.  Simply drive the unit up to the equipment to be moved, then press the connect button on the hand control. The StaminaLift will then extend the jaw mechanism to securely lock onto and lift the wheels.

Not all hospital corridors are created equal

Hospitals have a variety of corridors widths, and all can get busy and cluttered at any time. Moving beds through these narrow and busy corridors can be  a real challenge.  The StaminaLift is up to the challenge.  In addition to taking the strain out of patient transfers, StaminaLift transfer systems are engineered to navigate even the tightest and busiest corridors.