Storing hospital beds just got easier with new Motorized Overhead Vertical Bed Racks. These Stacking Hospital Bed Storage Lifts use vertical storage technology to expand your storage vertically and save valuable floor space. The Motorized Overhead Vertical Bed Racks work the same way as other lifts and carousels that have been used in manufacturing facilities for years. Now, hospitals can experience the same efficiencies with the Stacking Hospital Bed Storage Lifts.
Stacking Hospital Bed Storage Lifts Help Conserve Valuable Floor Space
Motorized Overhead Vertical Bed Racks have a footprint a little bigger than a single hospital bed. The beds are stacked on top of each other all the way up to the ceiling to conserve floor space. Stacking Hospital Bed Storage Lifts use the automated storage and retrieval concept to both stack and remove the hospital beds. How the Motorized Overhead Vertical Bed Racks work is by positioning the first bed onto the lift and raising it up, which opens up the space underneath the bed for the next unit. The Stacking Hospital Bed Storage Lifts are also controlled by a single push of a button, which makes the lifts very easy to operate. Hospital bed storage lifts are available in a standard width of 52 1/2″ and depth of 103″. Bed lifts are available in three different heights to facilitate storing multiple beds.
Vidir’s vertical automated Bedlift is a cost effective hospital bed storage system designed to store hospital beds off of the floor and stack them securely in a vertical arrangement, which not only saves valuable floor space but removes potential fire hazards from hospital corridor. This hospital bed storage rack will increase the hospitals maintenance departments’ capacity, organization, and product flow reducing down time, which increases the number of beds available for patient use at any given moment. Additionally, by removing unused ‘hallway beds’ from the corridors, hospitals will meet JCAHO standards for the storage of hospital beds and not risk further fines or worst case, the loss of accreditation.
The bed stacking concept is based on LIFO picking, the first bed is positioned onto the lift and raised opening up space underneath the bed for the next unit. The entire operation can easily be accomplished by a single individual simply by pushing a button.45