Inclined Platform Lifts | Wheelchair Lifts | Garaventa Lift

By: Garaventa Lift  09-12-2011
Keywords: Wheelchair Lifts, Wheelchair Lift, Inclined Platform Wheelchair

The Xpress II inclined platform wheelchair lift is an ideal accessibility solution for straight stairways with two landings. For design versatility, it can be mounted on either side of the stairway, depending on the stairway design and location. These wheelchair lifts can also be installed with little or no structural modifications, often within days of order placement.

Keywords: Inclined Platform Wheelchair, Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift, Platform Wheelchair Lift, Straight Stairways, Wheelchair Lift, Wheelchair Lifts,

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