Inclined Platform Lifts
Inclined platform lifts, or IPLs, are lifts that carry a wheelchair user over an existing staircase on a level platform—a little like a flying carpet. The platform folds up when the inclined lift is not in use, so the stairs are open and passable.
Where Can They Be Used: Inclined platform lifts can be used both indoors and out and in residential and commercial settings. Like stair lifts, IPLs are available for both straight and curved staircases.
What Do Inclined Platform Lifts Include?
- Track: IPL platforms travel on a track
- Mounting: IPL track is either wall mounted track or supported by a post system that secures into the treads of the stairs
- Platform: The rectangular platform can provide access from two or three sides and will include small ramps that fold up when traveling and down to roll-off at the bottom of the stairs. When not in use the platform can be folded up (manually or with power) against the wall to provide space for people using the stairs on foot. Depending on the options selected an IPL will take between 10" and 13" of the stairway width in the folded position.
- Options: IPLs can be equipped with folding arms to provide security as well as folding seats for non-wheelchair users.
Savaria Delta Inclined Platform Lift
The Savaria Delta Inclined Platform Lift boasts a sleek, space-saving design popular with homeowners when safe access is needed over a straight staircase. Built for indoor and outdoor use, the Savaria Delta can make your home fully accessible.View Product
Savaria Omega Inclined Platform Lift
An alternative to an elevator or vertical platform lift, the Savaria Omega inclined platform lift requires minimal construction. Custom built, the Omega provides access over staircases that curves, turns, or intermediate landings.View Product
Butler Inclined Platform Lifts
Butler Inclined Platform Lifts are the perfect solution wheelchair users that needs to access multiple levels of a home. As well as ADA-compliance, our platform wheelchair lifts meet or exceed all National Safety Code (ANSI/ASME code) requirements, are V.A. approved, and have UL® and CSA certified components.View Product