The VETTER BELT is the best built lift assist belt on the market today.
It can easily be placed on a person who has fallen and needs assistance to get back on their feet.
Applying the belt, lifting the patient, and then removing the belt can be
done in less than 5 minutes.
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The VETTER BELT was designed by firefighters who needed a lift assist belt that was very strong, durable, easy to use, easy to clean, and it needed
to be affordable.
The VETTER BELT was field tested for five years by firefighters, paramedics, EMTs, and healthcare professionals, and they really put the
VETTER BELT through its paces.
Their vital input about the product made
the Vetter even Better.
The VETTER BELT has now evolved
into this final Patented version.
Other lift assist belts on the market today require that you purchase several sized belts to
accommodate various sized people.
The problem with that is, many different sized belts need to be purchased, and once on scene, the emergency responder or caregiver needs determine
which size belt to use.
The Vetter Belt can be used on a variety of different sized people, from the small and frail patient to the morbidly obese.
One VETTER BELT is all you need!
* The Vetter Belt was designed to be a lift assist belt only, and despite its strength, should not be used in any life safety, technical rescue scenario.
The VETTER BELT was designed to accommodate the small and frail patient, all the way up
to the mobidly obese patient.
Healthcare professionals have told us they have used the VETTER BELT to lift the aging, frail patient.
By doing so they prevented skin tears, bruising, dislocations and other problems because they did not have to lift the frail patient by their extremities.
Others have reported lifting patients who weighed in excess of 500 lbs.
The lift was more comfortable for the heavy patient and the people doing the heavy lifting were impressed by the ease of using the waist belt and leg straps to securely lift the patient, which helped prevent injury to the patient or the people doing the lifting.
We sent the Vetter Belt to an independent lab and asked them to determine its breaking strength.
They pulled it to failure and the test result showed the VETTER BELT failed at 5,170 pounds of force.
Rest assured the VETTER BELT is more than strong enough to do the heavy lifting.
* All product testing done by
Accutek Testing Laboratory
3701 Port Union Road, Fairfield, Ohio 45014
Phone: (513) 984-4112