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Oxford Stature

Passive Lifts

Outstanding All-Round Performer

One of the Oxford Professional Lifts, the Oxford Stature is a vertical lift, recognising the true needs of the modern care environment. With an extensive lift range, it easily copes with some of the most demanding tasks.

Main Oxford Stature Features:

  • Safe working load 227kg / 35st / 500lbs
  • Interchangeable spreader bar and cradle options
  • Ergonomic design considerations and interaction points
  • Powered leg positioning for excellent access around furniture
  • Integrated safety systems to help protect patients
  • Stretcher and digital weigh-scale options
  • Downloads
  • More Information
Stature User Manual View
Stature Parts Manual View
Stature Brochure View
Sling Guide View
Oxford HIT Guide View
Safe Working Load500 Ibs227 kgs
Maximum Overall Length54.7 inches1390 mm
Minimum Overall Length50.8 inches1290 mm
Maximum Overall Height83.8 inches2130 mm
Minimum Overall Height76.6 inches1945 mm
Maximum Height to Attachment Point – 4-point Cradle61.0 inches1550 mm
Minimum Height to Attachment Point – 4-point Cradle15.4 inches390 mm
Maximum Height to Attachment Point – 6-point Spreader Bar77.7 inches1975 mm
Minimum Height to Attachment Point – 6-point Spreader Bar26.6 inches675 mm
Turning Radius61.0 inches1550 mm
Legs Open – External Width53.5 inches1360 mm
Legs Open – Internal Width48.4 inches1230 mm
Legs Closed – External Width29.9 inches760 mm
Legs Closed – Internal Width25.1 inches640 mm
Overall Height of Legs4.3 inches110 mm
Ground Clearance1.2 inches30 mm
Front Twin Castors4.0 inches100 mm
Rear Braked Castors4.0 inches100 mm
Mast, Base & Boom Assembly142 Ibs64.5 kgs
4-point Positioning Cradle (manual operation)13.2 Ibs6.0 kgs
Power Pack6.6 Ibs3.0 kgs
Total162 Ibs73.5 kgs
4-point Positioning Cradle (powered operation)19.8 Ibs9.0 kgs

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