Inseat Sling

Available in 9 sizes
Soft toweling material
Child, standard & bariatric
Discreet as possible
Reduced sweating

The Inseat Sling is the perfect choice when the sling needs to be left in place for long periods of time and provides airflow and permeability to help reduce sweating. It has been designed to be as discreet as possible and comes with pockets to tuck away any loose straps.

  • Available in 9 sizes
  • Developed in soft toweling material for extra comfort
  • Sewn in safety pommel as standard
  • Proven to reduce pressure with pressure mapping evidence available on request

The Inseat Sling is ideal when the patient needs to be lifted for longer. It comes with discreet hiding-away straps. The sling is available in 9 sizes, from paediatric to adult bariatric sizes.

This model is designed to be as discreet as possible and comes with hideaway straps to tuck away loose ends. It has been designed to provide airflow and permeability to help reduce sweating. The sling is available with detachable easy-on head support and comes with a safety pommel as standard.

Hoist and sling safety

The chosen hoist and sling must be able to lift your body weight. Consequently, the working load should be displayed on both the sling and the hoist. You must know your weight accurately to select the appropriate equipment.

Check the hoist regularly to ensure that

  • the lifting arm moves smoothly through its full range
  • the castors on a mobile hoist move freely
  • the brakes are effective when used
  • any emergency stop mechanism works effectively.

You must ensure that the battery works well, is charged, and is correctly installed before using a powered hoist. Check any electrical connections and leads to ensure no fraying, breakages etc. Also, check slings for any broken stitching or frayed or broken material. Straps and clips should be secure and in good condition. There shouldn’t be more than a single user using the sling to prevent cross-infection. Always use slings that are compatible with the hoist (this usually means using slings from the same manufacturer).

The hoists and slings should be serviced every six months. This service may be provided by the manufacturer or the supplier or arranged by the local community equipment service if your hoist is supplied through statutory services. A mobile hoist has brakes on the castors. These must not be used to transfer a service user but may be used when storing the hoist. Check that they hold the hoist securely when applied.

What our customers say about us...

Request a call back

Simply fill out the form below. One of our friendly team members will call you back as soon as possible to discuss your requirements.

Related products

Planned Preventative Maintenance

mobility equipment repair & servicing
Stairlift Repair & Servicing <i...


AAH Space Saver Portable Ramp

AAH Space Saver Portable Ramp
Non-slip surface <i...


Universal High Sling

Universal High Sling - hoist slings
Choose from 3 fabrics ...


Subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more information.