LIFT-U® has been providing reliable wheelchair lifts since 1978. We are the leader in providing state-of-the-art accessibility solutions for Courtrooms, Schools, Auditoriums, Worship Centers, Hotels, Theater’s, as well as Heavy-Duty Transit Applications.
VERTICAL PLATFORM LIFTS
A combination stairway and vertical platform lift. This innovative wheelchair lift not only saves space but also protects a project’s aesthetics. The lift can be used for stage access or anywhere there is a vertical level change up to 48 inches. The self-contained AccesStair does not require a pit, thus preventing costly site work.
A low-rise vertical platform lift used to access a judge’s bench, witness stand, or jury box in courtrooms and is versatile enough for many other applications such as worship centers and theaters. There is little mill-work interfacing required. The Accessor I can adapt to almost any situation and does “not” require a pit for installation. The lift is electrically powered and operates quietly, so as not to draw undue attention to the user.
A low-rise vertical platform lift used to access a judge’s bench, witness stand, or jury box in courtrooms and is versatile enough for many other applications such as worship centers and theaters. There is little mill-work interfacing required and does require a pit for installation. The lift is electrically powered and operates quietly, so as not to draw undue attention to the user.
The HAL is considered a “Raising Out Of The Floor Lift” – a vertical platform lift that stores beneath the floor’s surface hidden by hinged floor panels. When the lift is needed, the floor panels open, the lift raises to the surface and is ready for travel to the upper elevation. Invisible until needed, the HAL requires a 24-inch deep pit and has a maximum vertical travel of 36 inches.
TRANSIT RAMPS AND LIFTS
The newest generation model LU11 Wheelchair Ramp not only offers a reduced slope of 1:6 but now facilitates an increased load capacity of 950 pounds. All major ramp components including the ramp plate are manufactured out of stainless steel for corrosion resistance. Aluminum is not used to avoid galvanic corrosion. The LU11 has completed a 2,000-hour salt spray test, after which the ramp operated without the need of repair or lubrication.
The model LU9 Wheelchair Ramp was designed specifically for mid-sized low floor cutaway bus applications, not only offers a reduced slope of 1:6 but also facilitates a load capacity of 950 pounds, which exceeds the ADA. The LU9 is electrically operated and controlled. All major ramp components including the ramp plate are manufactured out of stainless steel for corrosion resistance. Aluminum is not used to avoid galvanic corrosion.
The model LU6 Wheelchair Ramp is a fold-out style ramp that features a Rising Floor. When the ramp is rotated to the ramp position, the “Rising Floor” is elevated to vehicle floor level and provides a smooth transition from the rising floor to the vehicle floor, eliminating the objectionable pocket edge. When stowed the floor surface of the fold-out ramp is flush with the vehicle floor.
The model LU5 Wheelchair Ramp assembly is a self contained modular unit. The LU5 Ramp assembly is mounted beneath the vehicle floor at the vehicle’s entryway, concealed from view until ramp is electronically deployed. During deployment, the ramp slides out horizontally and actuates to a formed ramp between curb and bus entrance.
The model LU10 Wheelchair Lift is our SOLID PLATFORM on-board lift. The lift is mounted in the stairwell area beneath and parallel to the vehicle floor at bottom step elevation. When not in use, the stowed lift serves as the bottom step of the vehicle, allowing the intermediate step(s) to remain permanently fixed. When in use the lift platform extends horizontally outward and raises or lowers between ground level and vehicle floor level. The LU10 is hydraulically powered and electronically controlled.
The model LU12 Wheelchair Lift, is our STEP / PLATFORM on-board lift. The lift can be mounted either at the front or rear door entrance. While in the stowed position, the wheelchair lift becomes the steps of the bus. When deployed, the lift extends horizontally with the steps forming the platform and lowers to ground level, or raises to bus floor level. The LU12 is hydraulically powered and electronically controlled.