Roll over the buttons below for details on the features and multiple functions of this patient transfer device. View a list of accessories available to customize the TRAM for your client or facility's needs, and consult a dimensions & tech specs chart to determine suitability of the device for your facility.
Not just another transfer device, the Rifton TRAM provides three functions: seated transfers, sit-to-stand transfers and supported ambulation. Learn more about the features that make the Rifton TRAM stand out from other patient transfer devices.
Rifton’s TRAM features an innovative support system that secures the patient with a simple buckle. This simplicity enables the caregiver to prepare the patient quickly for a safe transfer. Unlike other patient transfer devices, the TRAM has no slings and requires little or no preparation to transfer clients.
The TRAM’s optional scale allows the caregiver to weigh a patient easily during transfer, as well as measure weight-bearing capability and progress, during supported ambulation.
Note: Purchasers must decide on the scale option at the time of purchase.
Raise and lower the TRAM using the single button built into the right steering handle. When the TRAM is being used as a sit to stand device, the caregiver can pull back on the handle to help raise the patient.
The carefully engineered, telescoping lift column gives the TRAM its low profile providing patients in the transfer device with the security and dignity of unobstructed eye contact with their caregivers and surroundings. The TRAM can be raised high enough to support a 6’4" walking client and then retract down to 43.5" for compact storage.
Compact and low-profile, the TRAM can pass through a 28" doorway with ease. Transfer in and out of the new, wider wheelchairs by rotating the leg expander. Lockable front casters make the TRAM a mobile, yet secure piece of patient transfer equipment.
Caregivers can quickly hook the metal rings into one of the TRAM’s four clips. The clips have been color-coded for positive identification in written protocols.