Port St Lucie, FL (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
To make their buildings handicap accessible, thousands of business owners have chosen to install a vertical platform lift. Such lifts are convenient and cost effective, saving business owners thousands of dollars over the cost of installing an elevator. However, certain applications require a vertical lift to be enclosed or installed in a shaftway – a time consuming and rather costly additional expense. The Lift Store now offers a convenient, cost effective solution – the Highlander Enclosed Vertical Platform Lift from Harmar – a leading manufacturer of high quality handicapped lifts. These enclosed lifts eliminate the time and cost required to modify existing structures and landscapes.
The Highlander wheelchair lift is available in lift heights from four to fourteen feet, can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications, and come standard with full steel enclosure panels. Acrylic panels in various colors are available as an option. Other standard features include a full height, flush mounted bottom entrance door and 42” high top landing gate.
Numerous available options allow customers the ability to customize their vertical lift to fit nearly any application. Such options include various platform sizes and exits, i.e., same side enter/exit and 90 degree exit platforms. Also available are 3-stop packages that allow for multiple entrance/exit points on either side of the platform. The optional DC motor upgrade allows the vertical platform lift to operate even during a power outage.
The Highlander is a commercial grade vertical lift designed to meet ASME A18.1 safety standards. It has a 750 lb weight capacity and includes various safety features such as constant pressure controls, EMI interlocks on all doors and swing gates, safety hand rail and solid side panels. Also included is a one year warranty and free tech support from the manufacturer, giving the customer further peace of mind.
Free quotes and additional information on enclosed vertical platform lifts, as well as other types of handicapped lifts can be found at http://www.theliftstoreusa.com. A toll free number is also provided for those desiring to get more information by phone.
The Lift Store USA is a division of New Line Products, LLC. Its founder, Dennis Corrado, has over 10 years experience in the handicapped lift industry, including installation, service, and troubleshooting.