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Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift

Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift
 
Butler�s Incline Wheelchair Lift
 

 


 

 


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An automatically-retractable end ramp and guard locks firmly in place during operation.

 

 

The Butler Mobility Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift (IPL) is the perfect solution for a home with stairs where someone cannot transfer to a wheelchair lift or needs to have a wheel chair on both levels of their home.

As well as ADA-compliance, our wheelchair lift models meet or exceed all National Safety Code (ANSI/ASME code) requirements. Our wheelchair lift models are V.A. approved and have UL� and CSA certified components.

Standard lifting capacity is 500 lbs.(227 kg.) The optional lifting capacity is 750 lbs (350 kg).

In the event of a power failure, the standard battery backup will bring the platform up and down as many as 12-15 times, depending on the age of the battery, the height and the load, so the user is never left stranded

Safety Features

The Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift can be equipped with an automatically folding end ramp and guard that locks firmly in place during operation.

Battery backup is standard.

  • Each wheelchair lift has an emergency stop button standard.
  • Optional key-operated controls provide additional safety and allow for parental control.
  • Slack/broken chain safety
  • Redundant platform safeties
  • Platform safety apron
  • Overspeed governer
  • Upper and lower limit switches
  • Overtravel safety switch
  • Safety clutch

 

The two-rail design means the installation is simple and requires minimal changes to
the stairway. There is no need to modify the walls, the rails mount on the landings.

inclined wheelchair lift in use
Mechanisms are carefully
concealed to optimize safety
and provide more seamless
aesthetic integration with the
home or commercial environment.

Controls

Each Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift has three directional switches, all within easy reach of the user. One on the platform, another at the upper landing and another at the bottom landing.  Wall mounted controls are available at a small additional cost. All switches are �momentary� (constant pressure) to meet safety code requirements.

Each wheelchair lift has an emergency stop button standard.

 

Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift In Use
 

Comfort and Convenience

Each of the rails on our Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift takes
up just four inches of stair width when the unit is not
in use, ensuring the safety and convenience of other
family members and users.

The Butler Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift is also designed with appearance and functionality in mind. All the working mechanisms are concealed to offer a seamless, attractive appearance and optimum safety in homes and public buildings.

 

Color options

Butler Wheelchair Lift models are offered in two standard colors � tan and brown. Custom colors are available, often at no additional cost.

Installation and service

Butler wheelchair lifts are designed for installation that couldn't be easier or less invasive. The rails attach at the top and bottom of the stairs with no modifications needed to walls. The power unit can be located almost anywhere at the bottom of the stairs including through an adjoining wall.  Our Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift uses standard residential or commercial 110 volt power.

We back our inclined wheelchair lift products with a five-year limited warranty, as well as nationwide customer service and maintenance either direct with Butler Mobility or through one of our authorized dealer/installers.

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