V. Guldmann A/S

Guldmann is a Danish based company that works with the development, manufacture, and sales of welfare technology. 

We strive to provide safe, comfortable and efficient solutions to improve the working environment in the healthcare sector where people need to be lifted, moved and positioned as well as mobilized and rehabilitated.

The Guldmann range of products comprises of ceiling hoists, mobile lifters, slings and lifting accessories-

Our products are designed to be combined, varied and used in a wide range of different ways, enabling us to provide you with a complete solution designed to match your current needs.

What we offer

Ceiling-mounted hoists facilitate work in operating theatres in Horsens, Denmark
Fitting a ceiling hoist in an operating theatre makes it easier for staff to do their job and improves patient safety. However, the presence of much other ceiling-mounted equipment is one reason why so few operating theatres in Denmark have ceiling-mounted hoists. The Regional Hospital in Horsens has installed ceiling-mounted hoists in all the operating theatres in its new surgical department.

Innovative inclusive care-center planning
At nursing homes, installing ceiling hoists as part of the basic structure improves the working environment, ensures safer patient transfers, and makes facilities accessible to all residents. Ceiling hoists are a great care tool for both staff and residents at nursing homes. Traditionally, they are installed only in bedrooms and bathrooms. But at the Marienlund Nursing Home in Silkeborg Municipality, in Central Denmark Region, they have been more widely integrated into a new nursing-home design. All individual apartments, group areas, and specialist facilities have been fitted with room-covering ceiling hoists as part of the basic structure. Walls and hoists can be moved and adapted to the needs of residents and caregivers at all times. “Having ceiling lifts installed just about everywhere gives us a much more efficient way of working and a good working environment, with tremendous benefits in terms of ergonomics, health, and safety. It allows residents to be assisted in personal tasks and needs as quickly and as gently as possible.” – Jette Laumann, Head of Section for the Nursing Homes in Silkeborg Municipality. Common rooms such as the TV room, the sensory room, the spa, and the ‘man cave’, are equipped with hoists, allowing them to be used by all residents – including wheelchair users. In the residents’ own apartments, the rail system has been integrated discreetly. The structure does not take up much space and thus prevents any undesirable “hospital feel" in private residential spaces.
Graham Bells Vej 21-23A
8200 Aarhus N

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