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Disabled Lifts in Manchester
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The vertical platform lifts are also known as disabled lifts in Manchester and are fully powered devices that have been designed to raise a wheelchair and its occupant in order to overcome a step or similar vertical barrier. They are often installed in businesses or homes and can be added to vehicles where necessary. They are placed in public buildings in order to meet accessibility requirements laid out by the various disability acts. Our wheelchair lifts have a smooth adjustable movement with power saving technologies. We also offer a wide range of options and accessories to suit all your needs. Our extensive knowledge and expertise in the field will provide you with the reliable service you require.
Most public service buildings and businesses require aids to meet access requirements. In Manchester, disabled lifts can often be necessary at the entrance to a building to allow people with mobility issues to enter. The wheelchair lift has a low space requirement and can be unobtrusively installed next to a staircase which will allow mobility impaired people to ascend on the platform lift. These devices are often installed in homes as an alternative to stairlifts as they can accommodate wheelchairs and mobility scooters. The SB200 is a screw driven vertical platform lift made from high-quality materials and designed to meet not only looks but function
There are features of our disabled lifts in Manchester that are exceptional. Contact Motion Elevators today to discuss your lit requirements with one of our experts. Our company was established in 1974 and has a long and proven track record in the lift industry. We can design a lift or vertical platform for almost any space. Our innovative designs can be incorporated by the architect in the planning phase of building or added into a refurbishment in an older building. We can design the shafts of the lift out o special multilayered steel panels or tempered safety glass panels. A maximum of three doors can be installed on each floor to allow maximum accessibility. A backlit control panel with a comfortable handle below contains large buttons with embossed symbols at a convenient height for a user in either a sitting or standing position.