Ceiling Hooks and Slings

A selection of ceiling mounted options to attach sling ropes for vertical hanging.

Ceiling Slide Bar

A 1,050mm ceiling bracket with a sliding unit that can locate a hook and sling every 175mm.

100% cotton slings are knotted onto a steel ring which is attached to the slide bar via a robust snap hook for maximum security. 

The tubes are made of brushed steel and the steel bracket is coated for ease of cleaning and wiping. 

The slide bar is perfect for installation above birthing beds and birthing pools to maximize active birth positioning opportunities.

Static Ceiling Hook

A static ceiling hook and suspension bar to attach ceiling ropes to and enjoy vertical hanging.

The length of the suspension bar can be specified from 100mm up to 1,800mm to suit the design of the room.

Fabric slings are knotted onto a steel ring which is then attached to the suspension bar via a robust snap hook system for maximum security. The fabric slings are made of 100% cotton and are available in a range of colours.

The downward tubes are made of brushed steel and the horizontal steel bracket is coated for ease of cleaning and wiping.

Technical Support

Croyde Medical’s technical team is able to provide technical support on demand. 

Liaising with your Estates team we provide bespoke CAD drawings for the installation of ceiling hooks and slide bars into any room.

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