mobile hoist

mobile hoist

[′mō·bəl ′hȯist]
(mechanical engineering)
A platform hoist mounted on a pair of pneumatic-tired road wheels, so it can be towed from one site to another.
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Local builders and plumbers have been contacted for quotes on installing the equipment, which includes a mobile hoist and specialised bath with fixed seat.
Club spokeswoman Carolyn Bean said: "Any money we receive from this year's Wish campaign will be used to help fund a mobile hoist to transfer severely disabled players into our specialist football powered wheelchairs.
The 13-year-old, who has the muscle-wasting condition Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, has been given a PS495 mobile hoist after a fundraising drive by the Sunshine Fund.
MACKWORTH Healthcare is a leading manufacturer of mobile hoist and sling products working with partners across Europe and the USA and operating a growing NHS Trusts business in its home market of Britain.
I mean, no point booking any old chubby superstar to lounge on your morning TV soft furnishings when you can have Mariah complete with personalised mobile hoist and attendant news stories.
The mobile hoist is phase three of the port expansion project and the one I'm most excited about," said Marty Owen, harbormaster and port director, City of Kodiak.
Wheelchair-bound, he needs a mobile hoist which would enable mum and dad William and Sharon to transport him around more easily.
I met a lovely lad with Muscular Dystrophy who desperately needs a mobile hoist to allow him to go on holiday with his parents.
A mobile hoist and sling that costs PS2,000 will help lift him when he is away from home, giving the family back some independence and preventing Cameron from becoming isolated.
The specialist mobile hoist and sling costs PS2,200 and it is something that the family wouldn't be able to buy without the help and support of the Sunshine Fund.
At Kensington Care Home, which looks after 49 older people, inspectors found that a broken door had been wedged open with paper towels - breaking a safety link to the fire alarm and laundry baskets and a mobile hoist left out in bathrooms were identified as a tripping hazard.