Stand-up and raising lift

Our innovative NORA Alu standing and raising aid has been designed specifically for residents who still have the ability to stand for a short time with the help of supporting aids. The active lifter is the ideal tool for transporting such residents safely and comfortably without putting any strain on the nurse’s back and, for example, facilitating transfer to the toilet.

Today, increasing mobility and targeted activation of residents is part of every nursing guideline. NORA Aluminium offers excellent opportunities to remobilise your residents in a targeted manner and to stabilise and improve the musculoskeletal system and thus also circulation.

  • The perfect tool for mobility and transfer
  • Lightweight construction with aluminium components, very easy to manoeuvre
  • Additional sling attachment points specially for lifting shorter residents up to 1.60m of body height
  • Flexible, height-adjustable knee pads with safety slings, specially adjustable for shorter residents
  • Electrically spreadable carrier frame
  • No strain/damage to the spine of the nurse while transferring
  • Can also be used for showering the seat area
  • Handling possible by a single nurse
  • High flexibility due to a new sling and ergonomic concept while lifting
  • Wide lifting range with emergency lowering function
  • Secured castors and ergonomic handles
  • Group 2 compatible
  • Group 3 compatible

BEKA mobility groups compatibility.

Technical specifications

Max. weight of patient
440 lbs
Total weight
111 lbs
Total length
40.43 inch
External width of closed carrier frame
27.56 inch
Internal width of spread carrier frame
35.32 inch
Height of carrier frame
4.96 inch
Min. lifting height
35.35 inch
Max. lifting height
67.95 inch
Total height
45.98 inch
24 V

Available options

  • Additonal wall charging unit
  • Spare battery 24V

*More information about our options and accessories can be found here.

BEKA mobility groups compatibility

  • Group 2 compatible
  • Group 3 compatible

You do not know what that means? Our mobility groups help planners and decision makers to determine the right technical aids for their residents and institutions. Find out more



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