Curved Stairiser

Curved Stairiser
Curved Stairiser
Curved Stairiser

This lift is designed for curved stairs and stairs with a landing. It is individually manufactured with regards to the stair’s width and length, designed to fit into all buildings without essential alterations.

  • This lift has a newly designed rail system in aluminium which looks like a bannister and therefore it fits easily into existing surroundings.
  • Drives in the stair's inner curve and can thus turn 90 and 180 degrees and drive across a landing.
  • Provided with safety arms and flaps on the front and back of the platform.
  • Battery driven so the risk of a power cut is removed and there are no ugly cables.
  • Can be changed from right to left side in an easy and simple way.
  • Installed as a fully automatic lift, where platform and safety arms are operated automatically.
  • This model can also be supplied with a remote control.
  • Individual adjustments and great flexibility for sensitive surroundings.
  • The platform measures 1000 x 800mm, but can be adjusted to the individual stair or wheelchair.
  • Option colour within the RAL-code scale.
  • Available for external use.

 

 

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Show Curved Stairiser Specifications
Rated Load 225kg (300kg)
Speed About 0.11m/s (speed reduced in the curves)
Supply Charging point 220V AC - Lift 24V DC
Battery Type Free of maintenance
Comply with Latest European Standards
Platform Motor 24V
Barrier-arm Motor 24V
Measurements (All measurements are nominal)
Rail Ø50mm
Width Folded Up 350mm
Width Folded Out 1100mm
Platform Standard Size 1000 x 800mm
Platform Height min. 45mm

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